Power Electronics Converters in Future Power Network
A special issue of Applied Sciences (ISSN 2076-3417). This special issue belongs to the section "Electrical, Electronics and Communications Engineering".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 July 2024 | Viewed by 53
Interests: DC–DC and DC–AC converters; grid-connected photovoltaic inverters; high-gain DC–DC converters
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Interests: grid-connected photovoltaic inverters; high-gain DC–DC converters; stability analysis in power electronics level
The new Electric Power Network began to be structured with the emergence of Distributed Generations (DGs) System, where the Power Electronics area plays a crucial role in its development.
The introduction of DGs inserted renewable energy into Electric Power Network, particularly solar photovoltaic and wind energy. From the design of the DGs, microgrids emerged, which added energy storage systems to the DGs, through batteries, supercapacitors and flywheels. This set of systems formed by power electronics inverters, energy storage and adequate control gave rise to Active Electrical Distribution Networks. The various microgrids interconnected to the Active Electrical Distribution Networks, managed from a specific control system, with communication between the various electrical networks of the system, gave rise to the Intelligent Electrical Networks, known in the international literature as Smart Grids, that represent the Future of the Electric Power Network.
This Special Issue is dedicated to attract the new perspectives and latest results in high performance Power Electronics Topologies and Control Strategies applied to the Electric Power Network. Researchers are invited to present their research including, but not limited, to: power electronics topologies, future development of HVDC & FACTS, control of grid-connected networks, operation in islanded mode, active and reactive power control, AC-DC microgrid, LCL filters, storage systems, stability analysis in power electronics level.
Prof. Dr. Denizar Cruz Martins
Prof. Dr. Roberto Francisco Coelho
Prof. Dr. Lenon Schmitz
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- power electronics
- power quality
- active and reactive power
- stability analysis
- virtual synchronous machine
- modeling and control of grid-connected networks
- control techniques
- storage systems