Special Issue "Voltage Stability"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 March 2020).
Interests: high-efficiency energy conversion system; renewable energy in small islands; optimization of power system operation and control
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The Guest Editor is inviting submissions for a Special Issue of Applied Sciences on the subject area of “Voltage Stability”. Voltage stability is one of the most fundamental criteria for stable operation of power systems. The transmission system and distribution system deal with voltage stability and voltage control. In recent years, there have been many distributed generators in power systems, and, therefore, voltage stability is very complicated for large power systems. The voltage stability is largely related to voltage control in short-term, mid-term, and long-term. There are many voltage stability criterions; however, we need more accurate and comprehensive voltage stability criterions. Moreover, voltage control using power electronics equipment using optimal control is another interesting research topic in this Special Issue.
Prof. Tomonobu Senjyu
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- steady state voltage stability
- mid-term voltage stability
- long-term voltage stability
- short-term voltage stability
- transient voltage stability
- transmission line voltage control
- distribution line voltage control
- power supply reliability
- renewable energy
- optimal voltage control
- energy storage system
- power electronics for voltage stability