Alright then, hi all.
For a Mobility Design Master Thesis Project I want to charge an EV battery through the road while driving.
I just can't get to grips with this. I'm slightly frustrated, don't bash on me if the question is stupid (again). I tried understanding some similar questions, but they seem to tell that I need a ground connection. I didn't find an answer to my questions, or I was to stewpid to filter out what I need to know :D)).
How many contacts do I need? Aren't 2 enough? Does it need to be grounded? Does the ground connection have to be a "proper connection"? Or is a grounding strap enough? Do I even need this ####? Isn't the chassis enough grounding anyway? Cars don't need extra grounding on the ride, do they? So why extra grounding for charging???
How do these guys get along with 2 contacts? (basically what I want to do) Does it have anyting to do with DC? Is it possible with DC? How about AC?
Long story short: Do I need an external ground connection? What would be a "proper" ground connection? Do I need 3 connectors to the road?