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By Jae-Hun Jeong, Kook-Sung Hur, Hee-Je Kim (auth.), Jangmyung Lee, Min Cheol Lee, Honghai Liu, Jee-Hwan Ryu (eds.)

This volumes set LNAI 8102 and LNAI 8103 constitutes the refereed court cases of the sixth overseas convention on clever Robotics and purposes, ICIRA 2013, held in Busan, South Korea, in September 2013. The 147 revised complete papers provided have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from 184 submissions. The papers talk about numerous subject matters from clever robotics, automation and mechatronics with specific emphasis on technical demanding situations linked to different purposes equivalent to biomedical software, commercial automation, surveillance and sustainable mobility.

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H. -R. -J. Kim Fig. 5. LLC Resonant Converter PSIM Model Fig. 6. Simulation Switch waveform Fig. 7. Simulation Output waveform Bunker Oil C Heating Using Induction Heating 4 29 Result In this case, Experiment is not directly use system voltage(AC220). Input voltage is slowly increase using Slidacs. On a figure 8, we find that current phase is lagging then voltage phase. Through this figure, we conclude that ZVS is realized well. When we Measure the MOSFET temperature, There are no problems in connection with heat.

On the other hand, the waveform (right-upper) of an arthritis patient has the appearance of a gentle repeated wave pattern. This waveform is often observed in patients with inflammation. , might affect the pulse. Neurogenic gastritis (rightmid) is also irregular and it tends to change its form suddenly. In addition, the wave of headache patients can have a high voltage (20~25mV), Moreover, although it appears regular overall, it suddenly becomes irregular in part, and the peaks of the wave are variable and sharp.

Kim n sin (2 ) (3) As the formula, we can see the sinusoidal wave. 11. 3 Receiver The receiver circuit consists of resonant coil, capacitor, and rectifying diode bridge. This circuit operates around 130kHz. If we use this circuits over or less than resonant frequency, it will not operate. Fig. 13. 4 Fig. 14. Transmitter & Receiver Coils Result Fig. 15. Experiment Fig. 16. Output data Magnetic Resonance Wireless Power Transmission Using a LLC Resonant Circuit 37 Fig. 17. Output power efficiency vs.

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