Posts tagged with: IES publications

A Grid-Connected Converter Configuration for the Synergy of Battery-Supercapacitor Hybrid Storage and Renewable Energy Resources

Authors: Bhaskara Rao Ravada, Narsa Reddy Tummuru and Bala Naga Lingaiah Ande
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The integration of renewable power sources and energy storage using multiport converters is gaining immense attention. Appreciable research has been done and reported regarding the multiport converters. Among them, very few are related to the integration of supercapacitor-battery-based …

2022 IEEE Industrial Electronics Society Paper Awards announced!

The 2022 society’s paper awards are now announced by IEEE Industrial Electronics Society!
Congratulations to all the authors!
IES would also like to express great appreciations to the IES Awards & Honors Committee chaired by Hiromasa Haneda, and all editorial board members of IES publications for their …

Call for Nominations for open Editor Positions

The IEEE Industrial Electronics Society (IES) invites nominations for the position of co-Editor-in-Chief and Senior Editors for the following journals: IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics and IEEE Transactions on Mechatronics (see below open positions and requirements).
Nominations should be sent to IES Vice-President for Publications, …

Modular Multilevel Converters: Recent Achievements and Challenges

Authors: Marcelo A. Perez; Salvador Ceballos; Georgios Konstantinou; Josep Pou; Ricardo P. Aguilera
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The modular multilevel converter (MMC) is currently one of the power converter topologies, which has largely increased its research and development worldwide. Its features, such as high quality of voltages and …

JESTIE Special Section on “Low Inertia Power Systems: Challenges and Opportunities”

Organized by: Prof. Andrea Benigni, Priv.-Doz. Thomas I. Strasser, Prof. Federico Milano, Dr.-Ing. Martina Joševski
The target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions motivated by environmental and sustainability concerns has led to substitute a significant share of conventional generation with renewable sources. In this transition, synchronous machines …