Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems (PCMP) is the first international modern power system protection and control journal originated in China. It is dedicated to present top-level academic achievements in this field and is endeavoured to supply a platform for international researchers and engineers, especially for the authors from China, to maximize the papers’ influence in the world wide and thus contribute to the development of power industry. PCMP is sponsored by Xuchang Ketop Electrical Research Institute and edited and published by Power System Protection and Control Press. It is expected to start publication in 2016. PCMP focuses on advanced views, techniques, and methodologies and experience in the filed of protection and control of modern power systems, for the sake of showing the latest technological achievements. The papers includes three categories, i.e. original research, review articles (mainly summarizing the newest research achievements in a specific field and pointing out the future development trend), and news flash (mainly reporting the latest and important discovery and progress).


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  • Reliability and efficiency enhancement of a radial distribution system through value-based auto-recloser placement and network remodelling
    Bratati Ghosh, Ajoy Kumar Chakraborty, Arup Ratan Bhowmik
    2023.(1): 1-14 [Abstract](94)[PDF](46)
  • Optimal layout model of feeder automation equipment oriented to the type of fault detection and local action
    Ruizhi Chen, Xihong Li, Yanbo Chen
    2023.(1): 15-29 [Abstract](48)[PDF](52)
  • A systematic review of real-time detection and classification of power quality disturbances
    Joaquín E. Caicedo, Daniel Agudelo-Martínez, Edwin Rivas-Trujillo, Jan Meyer
    2023.(1): 30-66 [Abstract](32)[PDF](37)
  • Grounding fault location method of overhead line based on dual-axis magnetic field trajectory
    Xiaowei Wang, Huan Du, Jie Gao, Xiangxiang Wei, Zhenfeng Liang, Liang Guo, Weibo Liu
    2023.(1): 67-80 [Abstract](56)[PDF](32)
  • Static information, K-neighbor, and self-attention aggregated scheme: a transient stability prediction model with enhanced interpretability
    Liukai Chen, Lin Guan
    2023.(1): 81-96 [Abstract](45)[PDF](29)
  • Current trajectory image-based protection algorithm for transmission lines connected to MMC-HVDC stations using CA-CNN
    Yingyu Liang, Yi Ren, Jinhua Yu, Wenting Zha
    2023.(1): 97-111 [Abstract](30)[PDF](27)
  • A novel collapse prediction index for voltage stability analysis and contingency ranking in power systems
    Salah Mokred, Yifei Wang, Tiancong Chen
    2023.(1): 112-138 [Abstract](65)[PDF](29)
  • Robust backstepping global integral terminal sliding mode controller to enhance dynamic stability of hybrid AC/DC microgrids
    Tushar Kanti Roy, Subarto Kumar Ghosh, Sajeeb Saha
    2023.(1): 139-151 [Abstract](36)[PDF](32)