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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Protection and Control of Modern Power Systems
  • Comparative study of three types of controllers for DFIG in wind energy conversion system
    2018.(3): - [Abstract](534)[PDF](414)
  • Relay performance verification using fault event records
    2018.(3): - [Abstract](355)[PDF](232)
  • Microgrid dynamic security considering high penetration of renewable energy
    2018.(3): - [Abstract](450)[PDF](267)
  • Residue Theorem based soft sliding mode control for wind power generation systems
    2018.(3): - [Abstract](254)[PDF](249)
  • Design of a P-&-O algorithm based MPPT charge controller for a stand-alone 200W PV system
    2018.(3): - [Abstract](227)[PDF](236)
  • Fault-line selection and fault-type recognition in DC systems based on graph theory
    Yan Xu, Jingyan Liu and Yuan Fu
    2018.(3): - [Abstract](206)[PDF]()
  • A comparative study on grid resource utilization rate between China Southern Power Grid and National Grid Plc of UK
    Long Zhou1, Di Zhang2, Weijie Wu3, Manman Zhu2, Hanyu Yang2, Canbing Li2, Ge Li2, Fei Li2 and Mingjian Cui4
    2018.(3): - [Abstract](189)[PDF]()
  • Programmable protective device for LV distribution system protection
    S. Gopiya Naik, Vibin Ravi and Ramya Arshiya
    2018.(3): - [Abstract](168)[PDF]()
  • A cumulative standard deviation sum based method for high resistance fault identification and classification in power transmission lines
    Mohammed H. H. Musa1, Zhengyou He1, Ling Fu1 and Yujia Deng1
    2018.(3): - [Abstract](249)[PDF]()
  • Data mining for classification of power quality problems using WEKA and the effect of attributes on classification accuracy
    S. Asha Kiranmai1 and A. Jaya Laxmi2
    2018.(3): - [Abstract](180)[PDF]()