Patents by Inventor Omer C. ONAR

Omer C. ONAR has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Patent number: 11420524
    Abstract: A method for wirelessly or conductively (non-wireless) providing AC or DC power in AC or DC load applications and bidirectional applications.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 18, 2020
    Date of Patent: August 23, 2022
    Assignee: UT-Battelle, LLC
    Inventors: Erdem Asa, Veda Prakash Galigekere, Omer C. Onar, Burak Ozpineci, Jason L. Pries, Gui-Jia Su
  • Publication number: 20220242258
    Abstract: A shield construction for transfer of wireless power is provided. The shield construction be a magnetic shield in the form of a border or frame with respect to aspects of a wireless transmitter or a wireless receiver. The wireless transmitter or the wireless receiver, or both, may be double-D coil based configurations.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 28, 2022
    Publication date: August 4, 2022
    Inventors: Mostak Mohammad, Jason L. Pries, Omer C. Onar, Veda Prakash Galigekere, Gui-Jia Su
  • Publication number: 20210188106
    Abstract: A method for wirelessly or conductively (non-wireless) providing AC or DC power in AC or DC load applications and bidirectional applications.
    Type: Application
    Filed: December 18, 2020
    Publication date: June 24, 2021
    Inventors: Erdem Asa, Veda Prakash Galigekere, Omer C. Onar, Burak Ozpineci, Jason L. Pries, Gui-Jia Su
  • Patent number: 10177647
    Abstract: A direct current controller includes a rectifier configured to convert alternating current input into a direct current output. A converter electrically coupled to the rectifier generates a converted direct current voltage that regulates a converted direct current from the direct current output of the rectifier and synthesizes an ac component of an alternating current grid to counteract an induced back-emf. A direct current controller central controller coupled to the converter regulates the converted direct current.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 9, 2016
    Date of Patent: January 8, 2019
    Assignee: UT-BATTELLE, LLC
    Inventors: Fei (Fred) Wang, Burak Ozpineci, Sheng Zheng, Steven L. Campbell, Madhu Sudhan Chinthavali, Aleksandar D. Dimitrovski, Philip R. Irminger, Omer C. Onar, Larry E. Seiber, Leon M. Tolbert, Clifford P. White, Daniel J. Costinett, Zhi Li, Jingxin Wang, Fei Yang
  • Patent number: 9640976
    Abstract: A wireless power transfer overvoltage protection system is provided. The system includes a resonant receiving circuit. The resonant receiving circuit includes an inductor, a resonant capacitor and a first switching device. The first switching device is connected the ends of the inductor. The first switching device has a first state in which the ends of the inductor are electrically coupled to each other through the first switching device, and a second state in which the inductor and resonant capacitor are capable of resonating. The system further includes a control module configured to control the first switching device to switching between the first state and the second state when the resonant receiving circuit is charging a load and a preset condition is satisfied and otherwise, the first switching device is maintained in the first state.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 26, 2015
    Date of Patent: May 2, 2017
    Assignee: UT-BATTELLE, LLC
    Inventors: Paul H. Chambon, Perry T. Jones, John M. Miller, Omer C. Onar, Lixin Tang, Clifford P. White
  • Publication number: 20170077799
    Abstract: A direct current controller includes a rectifier configured to convert alternating current input into a direct current output. A converter electrically coupled to the rectifier generates a converted direct current voltage that regulates a converted direct current from the direct current output of the rectifier and synthesizes an ac component of an alternating current grid to counteract an induced back-emf. A direct current controller central controller coupled to the converter regulates the converted direct current.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 9, 2016
    Publication date: March 16, 2017
    Inventors: Fei (Fred) Wang, Burak Ozpineci, Sheng Zheng, Steven L. Campbell, Madhu Sudhan Chinthavali, Aleksandar D. Dimitrovski, Philip R. Irminger, Omer C. Onar, Larry E. Seiber, Leon M. Tolbert, Clifford P. White, Daniel J. Costinett, Zhi Li, Jingxin Wang, Fei Yang
  • Publication number: 20160254659
    Abstract: A wireless power transfer overvoltage protection system is provided. The system includes a resonant receiving circuit. The resonant receiving circuit includes an inductor, a resonant capacitor and a first switching device. The first switching device is connected the ends of the inductor. The first switching device has a first state in which the ends of the inductor are electrically coupled to each other through the first switching device, and a second state in which the inductor and resonant capacitor are capable of resonating. The system further includes a control module configured to control the first switching device to switching between the first state and the second state when the resonant receiving circuit is charging a load and a preset condition is satisfied and otherwise, the first switching device is maintained in the first state.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 26, 2015
    Publication date: September 1, 2016
    Inventors: Paul H. Chambon, Perry T. Jones, John M. Miller, Omer C. Onar, Lixin Tang, Clifford P. White
  • Publication number: 20160001662
    Abstract: An energy buffer including an electrochemical capacitor can be added to the primary circuit and/or to the secondary circuit of in-motion wireless power transfer system. The energy buffer(s) can smoothen the power delivered by the power grid and captured by a vehicle passing over an array of transmit coils through in-motion wireless power transfer. The reduction in the transient power transfer can reduce the peak current that flows through various components of the in-motion wireless power transfer system including a vehicle battery on the vehicle, and prolong the life of the in-motion wireless power transfer system.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 25, 2013
    Publication date: January 7, 2016
    Inventors: John M. MILLER, Omer C. ONAR