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Special Issue "Hardware in the Loop for Electrical Systems: Techniques, Algorithm and Circuits"
A special issue of Electronics (ISSN 2079-9292). This special issue belongs to the section "Power Electronics".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 October 2020) | Viewed by 27070
Special Issue Editor
Interests: simulation and modelling of electrical systems; hardware in the loop simulation; electrical vehicle simulation and modelling; smart grid simulation; Industry 4.0
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Special Issue Information
The hardware in the loop simulation of electrical and electronic systems still has unexplored potential. The aim of this Special Issue is to collect the best contributions on both simulation methods and on architectures to be used, including the necessary interfacing circuits. For the latter aspect, the theme of power hardware in the loop is perfectly in line with the purpose of the Issue.
This Special Issue aims to collect methodological works, reviews, or innovative applications of hardware in the loop techniques applied to different fields of engineering, such as automotive, smart grids, avionics, and biomedical electronics. However, any application of hardware in the loop to the simulation of electrical and electronic systems is to be considered in the scope of this Special Issue.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Hardware in the loop simulation of grid-connected renewable energy;
- Hardware in the loop simulation of automotive components integration;
- Hardware in the loop simulation and testing of electronic control units;
- Hardware in the loop simulation of electronics and systems for biomedical devices;
- Hardware in the loop simulation for testing.
Dr. Giambattista Gruosso
Manuscript Submission Information
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- hardware in the loop
- control in the loop
- power hardware in the loop
- biomedical electronics and devices
- smart grids
- electrical vehicles
- energy storage systems
- real-time simulation