Special Issue "Advanced Solutions for Monitoring, Protection and Control of Modern Power Transmission System"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 15 April 2021.
Interests: power system monitoring; protection and control; synchronized measurements; power system stability; power transmission; generation and distribution; renewable sources; electric power industry
Undoubtedly, renewable energy sources (RES) have changed traditional transmission grids and represent a significant electricity resource in modern transmission grids. The positive effects of RES on environmental preservation are indisputable, but their long-term intermittent and unpredictable performance, along with their low inertia, necessitate new requirements for power transmission system control in order to maintain the stability of the power system, creating challenges for system operators in terms of monitoring, protection, and control of advanced networks.
The traditional principle of the regulation of a power system relies on redundant production from classical generation units (thermal power plants, hydro power plants, and gas power plants) that, in case of disturbances in the system—especially in the case of renewable energy source outage—maintain the stability of the power system.
Therefore, it is necessary to develop innovative solutions (both in terms of hardware and software) to provide to system operators in order to maintain system integrity and preserve system resilience. The aim of this Special Issue is to present advanced and innovative technical solutions, which will emphasize the monitoring, protection, and control of the modern transmission system.
More specifically, topics of interest for this Special Issue include (but are not limited to) the following:
- Power system monitoring, protection, and control;
- Industry experience in deploying smart grid technologies for power transmission;
- Synchronized measurements and applications;
- Regulation of mixed generation;
- Ancillary services of distributed generation;
- Information and communication technologies for smart grids, interoperability, and cyber-security;
- Transmission system dynamic modeling;
- Interoperability between the transmission system operator and distribution system operator;
- Hybrid SCADA/EMS applications;
- System integration of distributed energy resources, islanding, and hosting capacity;
- Transmission system technologies, HVDC, FACTS, SVC, and energy storage;
- Planning and management of transmission grid assets;
- Power electronics and control and protection systems for transmission grid applications;
- Transmission grid monitoring and advanced metering infrastructures;
- Diagnostics, maintenance, risks, reliability, vulnerability, and self-healing of transmission grids;
- Demand-side management;
- Transmission grid planning, forecasting, and operation;
- Regulations, standards, and codes for modern transmission grids;
- Machine learning;
- Big data analysis;
- Smart transmission grid impacts on electricity markets;
- Business models for transmission grids.
Prof. Dr. Srđan Skok
Manuscript Submission Information
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- Smart power transmission system
- Monitoring, protection and control
- Distributed generation
- Synchronized measurements
- Power system stability
- Transmission system resilience
- Transmission system integrity