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.
- System Operational Challenges from the Energy Transition by V.N. Swedien et al
- Power Quality Trends in the Transition to Carbon-Free Electrical Energy System by C. F. Flytkjaer et al
- The Need for Enhanced Power System Modelling Techniques and Simulation Tools by B. Badrzadeh et al
- Using Internet-of-Things technology for modern asset management by J. Tammi et al
- Unwanted blocking of differential protection during converter transformer internal faults by Y. Zhao et al
- Planning for a sustainable transmission service and grid – an approach to maximise opportunities and minimise stranded assets by G. Chen et al
- Advanced techno-economic modelling of distribution network investment requirements by C. E. Higgins et al
- A surrogate-assisted modeling and optimization method for planning communication system in distribution network cyber-physical system by Z. Wang et al
- Use of PMU data for locating faults and mitigating cascading outage by M. Kezunovic et al
- Redundant secure timing sources and timing distribution to digital power protection and control applications by H. Hauglin et al
- Using Wavelength Division Multiplexing for Protection Applications by V. Skendzic et al
- Constant Frequency Operation of a Bulk Power System with Very High Levels of Inverter Based Resources by D. Ramasubramanian et al
- Determining Multiple Fault Ride-Through Requirements for Generating Systems in the Australian National Electricity Market by B. Badrzadeh et al
- Power System Operation with Reduced System Strength for Inverter-connected Generation during Prior Outage Conditions by B. Badrzadeh et al
- Frequency Response Assessment: Parameter Identification of Simplified Governor Response Models Using Historic Event Data by D. Zografos et al
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