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Design and Operation of Microgrids
Submission Deadline: September 30, 2023 (Open) Submit Now
Daming Zhang, PhD
School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications, University of New South Wales, Sydney, 2052, Australia
Research interests: Magnetics for power converters; Autonomous AC microgrid; Gravitational potential energy storage; Power system protection for islanded microgrid either DC or AC or hybrid.
Farhad Shahnia, PhD, Associate Professor
Murdoch University, Australia
Research interests: Electricity Distribution Networks; Application of Power Electronics in Distribution Networks; Microgrid & Smart Grid; Power Quality.
Li Li, PhD, Associate Professor
University of Technology Sydney, Australia
Research interests: Control engineering; Calculus of variations, mathematical aspects of systems theory and control theory; Electrical energy transmission, networks and systems; Electrical energy generation; Electrical energy storage.
About This Topic
Integration of renewable energy generation with existing large power systems is the main trend for solving energy crisis due to the potential depletion of fossil fuels. In the meantime, autonomous microgrids in the scale of hundreds of kilowatts to tens of megawatts are in fast development and will become a feasible choice in the near future. This is to meet ever increasing consumption of electricity due to population growth and higher level of electrification of modern life. In this special issue of call-for-paper, authors are invited to write papers on design and operation of microgrids. The topics are mainly about but not limited to the following several aspects of this state-of-art research:
In-depth review articles are also welcome.
Autonomous microgrid, energy storage, grid-tied microgrid, penetration level, solid-state transformers, stability issue.
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