Special Issue on: Research on Microgrid Protection
One of the most efficient ways of integrating a significant number of distributed generation into power systems is by using a Microgrids. The Microgrid is a small distribution system consisting of DG, loads, and energy management systems. The difference between the MG operation and the conventional distribution system, however, raises several protection problems. This Special Issue will help in the expansion of innovative technology for Microgrid protection. Publication topics of concern include, but are not limited to, adaptive protection, intelligent fault detection, classification of faults, and islanding detection. For the advancement of Microgrid protection technology, we welcome all papers linked to the subjects listed above. In addition, we would like to thank the readers and authors interested in this Special Issue.
Deadline: 1st of July 2020
The International Journal of Microgrid Systems (IJMS) is not a for-profit organization. IJMS is a quarterly published, open-source journal and operates an online submission with the peer review system allowing authors to submit articles online and track their progress via its web interface. IJMS seeks to promote and disseminate knowledge of the various topics and Microgrids. The journal aims to present to the international community important results of work in the fields of Microgrid research, development, application or design. The journal also aims to help researchers, scientists, manufacturers, institutions, world agencies, societies, etc. to keep up with new developments in theory and applications and to provide alternative energy solutions to current issues such as the greenhouse effect, sustainable and clean energy issues.
The IJMS journal aims for a decision speed of 30 days from submission until the final decision. IJMS uses the archival system and cited in Google Scholar.
The main focus of the International Journal of Microgrid Systems (IJMS) is on, but not limited to;
- Structure of Microgrids
- Operation of Microgrids
- Micro and smart grid protection
- Fault location of Microgrids
- Protection of DC and AC networks.
- Control of power systems
- Control of Microgrids
Manuscript Submission & Author Guidelines
Only registered users can submit manuscripts to IJMS. A user has to be registered as an Author in order to submit a manuscript.
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- To submit a paper follow the "New Submission" link in your user profile, next to "Author".
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- Author Guidelines can be found here,
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- The journal is published 4 times per year. The first issue of every year is published in February.
The first decision about each submitted paper will be reached within 2 weeks from submission. An added time of 2-4 weeks should be considered for each additional review round. Accepted papers will be published as soon as possible (possibly in the following issue).
- The IJMS Editorial Board can be found here,