Special Issue "Electrical Power Engineering and Renewable Energy Technologies"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 10 October 2022 | Viewed by 485
Interests: electrical & electronics engineering; rotating electric machines; system modeling; control techniques; optimization techniques; fault diagnosis; wind turbines; solar energy; renewable energy technologies
Interests: internet of things; design; model-based design; processes; safety critical embedded systems
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Interests: machines drives; renewable energy systems; electrical power engineering; control theory; adaptive control; solar energy; optimization techniques; artificial intelligence; system modeling.
Due to decreasing fossil resources and environmental friendliness, innovative methods in renewable energy generation and utilization are rapidly becoming attractive. Electrical drives and power electronics are one of the most critical components of modern applications of renewable energy systems. The robustness of machines and the increased efficiency of power semiconductor devices enable the improvement of many types of power conversion and generation. Thus, this Special Issue aims to present and disseminate recent advances related to the theory, design, modelling, application, control, and reviews related to the advancement of power electronics in renewable energy, power quality, and electrical drives.
The authors are invited to submit their original work and survey papers for publication in this Special Issue of Energies. Potential topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Advanced control strategies for electrical machines in renewable energy applications;
- Emerging power electronics for electric drives in renewable energy applications;
- Application of power electronic converters in wind and solar systems;
- Energy storage for renewable energy applications;
- Advanced current and voltage controller’s technology for power converter;
- Novel AC/AC, DC/AC, AC/DC, DC/DC converter topologies, including their control techniques;
- Multilevel converter topologies and control;
- Artificial intelligence techniques in smart grid and renewable energy systems;
- Evolutionary and heuristic optimization techniques in renewable energy systems
- Smart grid modelling and simulation;
- Controls for smart grids: architectures and applications;
- PV water pumping system;
- Robotic power electronics;
- Electric vehicles;
- Fault-tolerant methods in power electronic converter systems.
Prof. Dr. Najib El Ouanjli
Prof. Dr. Saad Motahhir
Prof. Dr. Mustapha Errouha
Manuscript Submission Information
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- renewable energy systems
- power electronics
- electric machines
- control and optimization
- fault diagnosis
- electric vehicles
- smart grids
- power system control
- standard and new topologies