Chunting Chris Mi
Chunting Chris Mi
Professor and Chair, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, San Diego State University
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Wireless power transfer for electric vehicle applications
S Li, CC Mi
IEEE journal of emerging and selected topics in power electronics 3 (1), 4-17, 2014
13242014
Eliminate reactive power and increase system efficiency of isolated bidirectional dual-active-bridge DC–DC converters using novel dual-phase-shift control
H Bai, C Mi
IEEE Transactions on power electronics 23 (6), 2905-2914, 2008
8262008
Modeling and simulation of electric and hybrid vehicles
DW Gao, C Mi, A Emadi
Proceedings of the IEEE 95 (4), 729-745, 2007
5412007
A double-sided LCC compensation network and its tuning method for wireless power transfer
S Li, W Li, J Deng, TD Nguyen, CC Mi
IEEE transactions on Vehicular Technology 64 (6), 2261-2273, 2014
5282014
Compensation topologies of high-power wireless power transfer systems
W Zhang, CC Mi
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 65 (6), 4768-4778, 2015
4482015
Modern advances in wireless power transfer systems for roadway powered electric vehicles
CC Mi, G Buja, SY Choi, CT Rim
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics 63 (10), 6533-6545, 2016
4462016
Hybrid electric vehicles: principles and applications with practical perspectives
C Mi, MA Masrur
John Wiley & Sons, 2017
4382017
Operation, design and control of dual H-bridge-based isolated bidirectional DC–DC converter
C Mi, H Bai, C Wang, S Gargies
IET Power Electronics 1 (4), 507-517, 2008
3412008
Quantitative comparison of flux-switching permanent-magnet motors with interior permanent magnet motor for EV, HEV, and PHEV applications
R Cao, C Mi, M Cheng
IEEE Transactions on magnetics 48 (8), 2374-2384, 2012
2832012
State of charge estimation of lithium-ion batteries in electric drive vehicles using extended Kalman filtering
Z Chen, Y Fu, CC Mi
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 62 (3), 1020-1030, 2012
2812012
A Double-Sided LCLC-Compensated Capacitive Power Transfer System for Electric Vehicle Charging
F Lu, H Zhang, H Hofmann, C Mi
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics 30 (11), 6011-6014, 2015
2792015
Three-level inverter-based shunt active power filter in three-phase three-wire and four-wire systems
O Vodyakho, CC Mi
IEEE transactions on power electronics 24 (5), 1350-1363, 2009
2772009
Design methodology of LLC resonant converters for electric vehicle battery chargers
J Deng, S Li, S Hu, CC Mi, R Ma
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 63 (4), 1581-1592, 2013
2762013
Prognostic and warning system for power-electronic modules in electric, hybrid electric, and fuel-cell vehicles
Y Xiong, X Cheng, ZJ Shen, C Mi, H Wu, VK Garg
IEEE Transactions on Industrial Electronics 55 (6), 2268-2276, 2008
2762008
Modeling of iron losses of permanent-magnet synchronous motors
C Mi, GR Slemon, R Bonert
IEEE Transactions on Industry applications 39 (3), 734-742, 2003
2532003
A review of wireless power transfer for electric vehicles: Prospects to enhance sustainable mobility
Z Bi, T Kan, CC Mi, Y Zhang, Z Zhao, GA Keoleian
Applied Energy 179, 413-425, 2016
2502016
Energy management for a power-split plug-in hybrid electric vehicle based on dynamic programming and neural networks
Z Chen, CC Mi, J Xu, X Gong, C You
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 63 (4), 1567-1580, 2013
2372013
The state of charge estimation of lithium-ion batteries based on a proportional-integral observer
J Xu, CC Mi, B Cao, J Deng, Z Chen, S Li
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 63 (4), 1614-1621, 2013
2372013
A new method to estimate the state of charge of lithium-ion batteries based on the battery impedance model
J Xu, CC Mi, B Cao, J Cao
Journal of power sources 233, 277-284, 2013
2302013
Experimental comparison of traditional phase-shift, dual-phase-shift, and model-based control of isolated bidirectional DC–DC converters
H Bai, Z Nie, CC Mi
IEEE Transactions on Power Electronics 25 (6), 1444-1449, 2009
2142009
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