The CIGRE journal of selected peer reviewed articles.
This journal is the outcome of CIGRE’s desire to broaden its publication to articles of interest for its members and non-members, outside the CIGRE sphere.
All articles in this journal are peer reviewed and a significant number of most experienced and acknowledged experts in the various fields of the electric power sector are available as reviewers.
Articles in the entire field of the electric power sector ranging from system aspects, environmental issues to subsystem, equipment-and information technology for the power system are welcomed.
Scientific as well as more application related papers are meant to be included for an expert’s academia, i.e. students, professors and young in career engineers and experienced experts in industry.
CSE is an open electronic Journal, free available for download to everyone, and has three issues per year, on February, June and October.
CSE Editorial Team accepts only high quality papers which are stringently peer reviewed by the world’s leading experts, these being the Chairpersons of the 16 CIGRE Study Committees.
What may Electric Power Utilities (EPUs) do to mitigate the cyber threat landscape?
Assumptions and numerical parameters influencing the accuracy of thermal models for core-type power transformer windings
A Monitoring architecture for smart grid cyber security
Verification of the short-circuit withstand capability of transformers
Preferential Subject N PS1 Operational, short and long term profile optimization (economic dispatch) of distributed energy resources in Microgrid
Smart control of energy distribution grids over heterogeneous communication networks Impact of communication network performance on voltage control and energy balancing
Temperature Profiles of All-Aluminum-Alloy Conductors near Wedge Tension Clamps
Practical methodology for calculation of corona losses induced by hoarfrost using operational measurements
External lightning protection system for wind turbine blades - Power performance
Experimental validation of frequency control from offshore wind power plants in multi-terminal DC grids
Methods for modeling the dynamics of wind turbines in systems with distributed generation
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The impact of battery energy storage systems on distribution networks
The future of reliability - Definition of reliability in light of new developments in various devices and services which offer customers and system operators new levels of flexibility
Voltage Source Converter (VSC) HVDC for Power Transmission - Economic Aspects and Comparison with other AC and DC Technologies
Update of Service Experience of HV Underground and Submarine Cable Systems
Recommendations for testing of long AC submarine cables with extruded insulation for system voltage above 30 (36) to 500 (550) kV (This TB replaces electra article ELT_189_1)