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  1. Electric distribution networks have to deal with issues caused by natural disasters. These problems possess unique characteristics, and their severity can make load restoration methods impotent. One solution t...

    Authors: Saeed Mousavizadeh, Arman Alahyari, Seyed Reza Movahhed Ghodsinya and Mahmoud-Reza Haghifam
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2021 6:24
  2. A new inter-cluster DC capacitor voltage balancing scheme for a delta connected modular multilevel cascaded converter (MMCC)-based static synchronous compensator (STATCOM) is presented. A detailed power flow a...

    Authors: Oghenewvogaga J. K. Oghorada, Li Zhang, Huang Han, Ayodele B. Esan and Mingxuan Mao
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2021 6:23
  3. Large-scale integration of wind power generation decreases the equivalent inertia of a power system, and thus makes frequency stability control challenging. However, given the irregular, nonlinear, and non-sta...

    Authors: Cheng Yan, Yi Tang, Jianfeng Dai, Chenggen Wang and Shengjun Wu
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2021 6:22
  4. With the continuous expansion of power systems and the application of power electronic equipment, forced oscillation has become one of the key problems in terms of system safety and stability. In this paper, a...

    Authors: Shirui Feng, Xi Wu, Zhenquan Wang, Tao Niu and Qiong Chen
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2021 6:21
  5. Fault section location of a single-phase grounding fault is affected by the neutral grounding mode of the system, transition resistance, and the blind zone. A fault section locating method based on an amplitud...

    Authors: Zhenxing Li, Jialing Wan, Pengfei Wang, Hanli Weng and Zhenhua Li
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2021 6:20
  6. With the increase in the proportion of multiple renewable energy sources, power electronics equipment and new loads, power systems are gradually evolving towards the integration of multi-energy, multi-network ...

    Authors: Lijuan Li, Yongdong Chen, Bin Zhou, Hongliang Liu and Yongfei Liu
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2021 6:19
  7. To enhance the robustness and dynamic performance of a self-excited induction generator (SEIG) used in a stand-alone wind energy system (WES), a virtual flux oriented control (VFOC) based on nonlinear super-tw...

    Authors: Yacine Bendjeddou, Abdelhakim Deboucha, Larafi Bentouhami, Elkheir Merabet and Rachid Abdessemed
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2021 6:18
  8. Ground source heat pumps (GSHPs) are one of the renewable energy technologies with features of high efficiency, energy saving, economic feasibility and environmental protection. In China, GSHPs have been widel...

    Authors: Chaofan Song, Yang Li, Taha Rajeh, Ling Ma, Jun Zhao and Wenjia Li
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2021 6:17
  9. Power swing is an undesirable variation in power flow. This can be caused by large disturbances in demand load, switching, disconnection or reclosing lines. This phenomenon may enter the zones of distance rela...

    Authors: Seyed Amir Hosseini, Behrooz Taheri, Hossein Askarian Abyaneh and Farzad Razavi
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2021 6:15
  10. This paper describes the integration of a photovoltaic (PV) renewable energy source with a superconducting magnetic energy storage (SMES) system. The integrated system can improve the voltage stability of the ...

    Authors: Abualkasim Bakeer, Hossam S. Salama and Istvan Vokony
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2021 6:14
  11. In the light of user-side energy power control requirements, a power control strategy for a household-level EPR based on HES droop control is proposed, focusing on the on-grid, off-grid and seamless switching ...

    Authors: Kun Huang, Yanman Li, Xiaoyan Zhang, Lei Liu, Yanbin Zhu and Xin Meng
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2021 6:13
  12. Globally abundant wave energy for power generation attracts ever increasing attention. Because of non-linear dynamics and potential uncertainties in ocean energy conversion systems, generation productivity nee...

    Authors: Muhammad Noman, Guojie Li, Keyou Wang and Bei Han
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2021 6:12
  13. Multi-Area Multi-Fuel Economic Dispatch (MAMFED) aims to allocate the best generation schedule in each area and to offer the best power transfers between different areas by minimizing the objective functions a...

    Authors: V. Ponnuvel Sakthivel and P. Duraisamy Sathya
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2021 6:11
  14. The impact of wind power forecast errors (WPFEs) on power system reliability can be quantified by a sensitivity model, which helps to determine the importance of different wind farms. However, the unknown dist...

    Authors: Wangchao Dong and Shenghu Li
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2021 6:10
  15. Real time monitoring and control of a modern power system has achieved significant development since the incorporation of the phasor measurement unit (PMU). Due to the time-synchronized capabilities, PMU has i...

    Authors: Bhargav Appasani, Amitkumar Vidyakant Jha, Sunil Kumar Mishra and Abu Nasar Ghazali
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2021 6:9
  16. This paper uses a Grasshopper Optimization Algorithm (GOA) optimized PDF plus (1 + PI) controller for Automatic generation control (AGC) of a power system with Flexible AC Transmission system (FACTS) devices. ...

    Authors: Pratap Chandra Nayak, Ramesh Chandra Prusty and Sidhartha Panda
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2021 6:8

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  17. In this paper, the impact of communication time delays (CTDs) on combined load frequency control (LFC) and automatic voltage regulation (AVR) of a multi-area system with hybrid generation units is addressed. I...

    Authors: C H. Naga Sai Kalyan and G. Sambasiva Rao
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2021 6:7
  18. In this paper, a Sliding mode controller design method for frequency regulation in an interconnected power system is presented. A sliding surface having four parameters has been selected for the load frequency...

    Authors: Anand Kumar, Md Nishat Anwar and Shekhar Kumar
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2021 6:6
  19. The modeling and multi-energy flow calculation of an integrated energy system (IES) are the bases of its operation and planning. This paper establishes the models of various energy sub-systems and the coupling...

    Authors: Mengting Zhu, Chengsi Xu, Shufeng Dong, Kunjie Tang and Chenghong Gu
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2021 6:5
  20. As a key component of an integrated energy system (IES), energy storage can effectively alleviate the problem of the times between energy production and consumption. Exploiting the benefits of energy storage c...

    Authors: Sai Liu, Cheng Zhou, Haomin Guo, Qingxin Shi, Tiancheng E. Song, Ian Schomer and Yu Liu
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2021 6:4
  21. Wind power, solar power and water power are technologies that can be used as the main sources of renewable energy so that the target of decarbonisation in the energy sector can be achieved. However, when compa...

    Authors: Erdiwansyah, Mahidin, H. Husin, Nasaruddin, M. Zaki and Muhibbuddin
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2021 6:3
  22. A Simplified Grey Wolf Optimizer (SGWO) is suggested for resolving optimization tasks. The simplification in the original Grey Wolf Optimizer (GWO) method is introduced by ignoring the worst category wolves wh...

    Authors: Sasmita Padhy and Sidhartha Panda
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2021 6:2
  23. Large integration of doubly-fed induction generator (DFIG) based wind turbines (WTs) into power networks can have significant consequences for power system operation and the quality of the energy supplied due ...

    Authors: Mohamed Nadour, Ahmed Essadki and Tamou Nasser
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2020 5:33
  24. Non-renewable fuel sources have been the predominant energy sources and a significant source of foreign exchange income for Nigeria, while at the same time there is a severe problem of electricity inconsistenc...

    Authors: Olusola Joshua Olujobi
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2020 5:32
  25. Optimal reactive power dispatch (ORPD) is a complex and non-linear problem, and is one of the sub-problems of optimal power flow (OPF) in a power system. ORPD is formulated as a single-objective problem to min...

    Authors: Tanmay Das, Ranjit Roy and Kamal Krishna Mandal
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2020 5:31
  26. Large interconnected power systems are usually subjected to natural oscillation (NO) and forced oscillation (FO). NO occurs due to system transient response and is characterized by several oscillation modes, w...

    Authors: Mohd Zuhaib, Mohd Rihan and Mohd Tayyab Saeed
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2020 5:30
  27. For AC transmission lines connected to an LCC-HVDC inverter station, commutation failure can lead to the wrong operation of traditional protection. To solve the problem, this paper proposes a fast protection s...

    Authors: Zhen Liu, Houlei Gao, Sibei Luo, Le Zhao and Yuyao Feng
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2020 5:29
  28. Phasor measurement units (PMUs) are preferred for installation at weak buses in a power network. Therefore, the weak buses need to be located and the strategic locations of PMUs identified to ensure network ob...

    Authors: Rohit Babu, Saurav Raj and Biplab Bhattacharyya
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2020 5:28
  29. The electric vehicle (EV) charging station is a critical part of the infrastructure for the wide adoption of EVs. Real-time simulation of an EV station plays an essential role in testing its operation under di...

    Authors: Zirun Li, Jin Xu, Keyou Wang, Pan Wu and Guojie Li
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2020 5:27
  30. This paper presents a novel composite wide area control of a DFIG wind energy system which combines the Robust Exact Differentiator (RED) and Discontinuous Integral (DI) control to damp out inter-area oscillat...

    Authors: Ayyarao S. L. V. Tummala
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2020 5:25
  31. Combined estimation of state and feed-back gain for optimal load frequency control is proposed. Load frequency control (LFC) addresses the problem of controlling system frequency in response to disturbance, an...

    Authors: Anju G. Pillai, Elizabeth Rita Samuel and A. Unnikrishnan
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2020 5:24
  32. Environmental considerations have prompted the use of renewable energy resources worldwide for reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. An accurate prediction of wind speed plays a major role in environmental pl...

    Authors: M. Madhiarasan
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2020 5:22
  33. Photovoltaic (PV) systems are widely spread across MV and LV distribution systems and the penetration of PV generation is solidly growing. Because of the uncertain nature of the solar energy resource, PV power...

    Authors: Mokhtar Bozorg, Antonio Bracale, Pierluigi Caramia, Guido Carpinelli, Mauro Carpita and Pasquale De Falco
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2020 5:21
  34. In a deregulated power system uncertainty exists and lack of sufficient damping can lead to Low Frequency Oscillations (LFO). The problem can be addressed using robust Power System Stabilizers (PSS). In this p...

    Authors: Vijaya Lakshmi A.S.V, Ramalinga Raju Manyala and Siva Kumar Mangipudi
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2020 5:20
  35. Considering power quality problems such as overvoltage and three-phase unbalance caused by high permeability distributed photovoltaic access in low-voltage distribution networks, this paper proposes a comprehe...

    Authors: Ruisheng Li, Peter Wong, Kun Wang, Bin Li and Fangfang Yuan
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2020 5:18
  36. This paper presents a fast hybrid fault location method for active distribution networks with distributed generation (DG) and microgrids. The method uses the voltage and current data from the measurement point...

    Authors: Sadegh Jamali, Alireza Bahmanyar and Siavash Ranjbar
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2020 5:17
  37. The Floating nuclear power plant grid is composed of power generation, in-station power supply and external power delivery. To ensure the safety of the nuclear island, the in-station system adopts a special po...

    Authors: Yikai Wang, Xin Yin, Wen Xu, Xianggen Yin, Minghao Wen and Lin Jiang
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2020 5:16
  38. To improve the robustness and performance of the dynamic response of a cage asynchronous motor, a direct torque control (DTC) based on sliding mode control (SMC) is adopted to replace traditional proportional-...

    Authors: Soukaina El Daoudi, Loubna Lazrak and Mustapha Ait Lafkih
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2020 5:13
  39. Conventional proportional integral derivative (PID) controllers are being used in the industries for control purposes. It is very simple in design and low in cost but it has less capability to minimize the low...

    Authors: Pabitra Kumar Guchhait and Abhik Banerjee
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2020 5:11
  40. With the development of power electronics technology, the flexible DC grid will play a significant role in promoting the transformation and reformation of the power grid. It is immune to commutation failure an...

    Authors: Jinghan He, Keao Chen, Meng Li, Yiping Luo, Chenguang Liang and Yin Xu
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2020 5:15
  41. Demand Response (DR) provides both operational and financial benefits to a variety of stakeholders in the power system. For example, in the deregulated market operated by the Electric Reliability Council of Te...

    Authors: Hao Ming, Bainan Xia, Ki-Yeob Lee, Adekunle Adepoju, Srinivas Shakkottai and Le Xie
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2020 5:12
  42. With the rapid development of modern distribution network and the access of distributed generation, the network structure is becoming increasingly complex. Frequent single-phase break faults have seriously aff...

    Authors: Yang Xiao, Jinxin Ouyang, Xiaofu Xiong, Yutong Wang and Yongjie Luo
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2020 5:10
  43. Aspects of power system protection which contributes to mal-operations and blackouts can be improved by supervision of system behavior and response based analysis rather than condition-based or event-based ana...

    Authors: Deepa S. Kumar, Savier J.S. and Biju S. S.
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2020 5:9
  44. Considering the advantages and limitations of traditional identification method, combined with the strategy of active detection, the principle of DC grid pilot protection based on active detection is proposed ...

    Authors: Guobing Song, Junjie Hou, Bing Guo and Zhehong Chen
    Citation: Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems 2020 5:6

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