Department of Electrical Engineering, Bradford University,
Department of Electrical Engineering, Al-Mustansiriya University,
Husam Saad Abdulla
Department of Electrical Engineering, Sam Higginbottom Institute,
Az Eddine Derkaoui Chhibou
Department of Electrical Engineering, Valencia University,
Sunil Kumar Jilledi
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Adama Science and Technology Universrity,
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Power systems face crucial challenges in the coming decades, hence, the socialization of results that leading to the solution of real problems, have a positively impact in our society.
Modeling and Simulation in Electric Power Engineering is a peer-reviewed special issue of International Journal of Energy and Power Engineering. Modeling and simulation is an important design and analysis method in electric power engineering.
This special issue aims to include the mathematic numerical modeling and computational simulation theoretical investigation with engineering application in electric power engineering to obtain reliable and cost effective electric power systems modeling and simulation and to bring the latest advances in research on modeling and simulation of power systems, renewable energies and smart grids.
The subject areas considered include, but are not limited to: 1. Modeling and simulation of electric power systems. 2. Modeling and simulation of renewable power systems. 3. Modeling and simulation of Smart grids. 4. Modeling and simulation of hybrid power systems. 5. Equipment for generation, conversion and storage of electrical energy. 6. Voltage stability. 7. Angle stability. 8. Frequency Stability. 9. Devices and Systems. 10. Control of Power Systems. 11. Protection devices. 12. Control devices. 13. Control techniques. 14. Power System Simulation Software. 15. DC Transmission Line.