Special Issue "Power Electronics and Power Quality"
A special issue of Energies (ISSN 1996-1073).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (28 February 2018).
A printed edition of this Special Issue is available here.
Interests: power electronics; power quality; active power conditioners; renewable energy systems; electric vehicles; digital control of power electronics converters
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Special Issue in Energies: Power Electronics and Power Quality 2019
Special Issue in Energies: Power Electronics and Power Quality 2021
The first studies on power quality were published in the sixties of the last century; however, the evolution of electric power systems, and especially the advances in power electronics, highlighted the significance of this matter in modern power systems. Nowadays, power systems are experiencing new challenges: the decentralized generation, the integration of renewable energy systems, the widespread of plug-in electric and hybrid-electric vehicles, the electrification of railway systems, the distributed control in smart grids, and the interconnected or islanded operation of microgrids brings to a higher level the importance of power quality. This scenario stimulates the research and development in monitoring technologies and power electronics solutions to ensure the power quality of the future power systems. This Special Issue of Energies intends to collect and disseminate the latest research and developments related to “Power Electronics and Power Quality”. The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- advanced power quality monitoring (smart meters, advanced metering infrastructure, phasor measurement unit, signal processing technics, event classification)
- active power conditioners (active power filters, hybrid filters, unified power quality conditioners (UPQCs))
- control techniques for power quality improvement (power theories, signal processing technics, artificial neural networks)
- power quality in smart grids and microgrids (islanding detection, grid synchronization, voltage control, frequency control)
- energy storage systems with power quality ancillary services (energy storage technologies, voltage support, reactive power control, active damping control)
- electric vehicle battery chargers with smart operation modes (grid-to-vehicle, vehicle-to-grid, vehicle-to-home, home-to-vehicle)
- integration of renewable energy systems with power quality ancillary services (voltage control, harmonics compensation)
Dr. José Gabriel Oliveira Pinto
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- power electronics
- power quality
- power quality monitoring
- power quality mitigation
- power quality conditioners
- control theories
- smart grids
- energy storage systems
- distributed generation
- renewable energy systems
- electric vehicles