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TOC Alert for Publication# 61 2018February 15<![CDATA[Table of contents]]>331C12126<![CDATA[IEEE Power & Energy Society]]>331C2C258<![CDATA[Stray Current DC Corrosion Blind Spots Inherent to Large PV Systems Fault Detection Mechanisms: Elaboration of a Novel Concept]]>331311472<![CDATA[An Identification Method Based on Mathematical Morphology for Sympathetic Inrush]]>33112211011<![CDATA[Numerical Simulation and Field Test of the Transient Temperature Rise of HVdc Grounding Electrodes]]>33122311056<![CDATA[Multi-Scale and Frequency-Dependent Modeling of Electric Power Transmission Lines]]>$pi$-segment to represent the galvanic coupling within one time-step. Accurate and efficient simulation of both electromagnetic and electromechanical transients within a simulation run is so supported. The validation is verified through comparison with a staged field test covering the diverse transients of line energization, transient recovery voltage, and steady state.]]>33132411069<![CDATA[Probabilistic Estimation of Distribution Network Performance With Respect to Voltage Sags and Interruptions Considering Network Protection Setting—Part I: The Methodology]]>33142511307<![CDATA[Probabilistic Estimation of Distribution Network Performance With Respect to Voltage Sags and Interruptions Considering Network Protection Setting—Part II: Economic Assessment]]>33152611557<![CDATA[Impact of Power-Electronic Sources on Transmission Line Ground Fault Protection]]>3316270922<![CDATA[Frequency-Dependent Multiconductor Transmission Line Model With Collocated Voltage and Current Propagation]]>33171811200<![CDATA[A Modular Multilevel HVDC Buck–Boost Converter Derived From Its Switched-Mode Counterpart]]>33182921830<![CDATA[Investigation of Using IEC 61850-Sampled Values for Implementing a Transient-Based Protection Scheme for Series-Compensated Transmission Lines]]>331931011096<![CDATA[A Wide-Range Model for Metal-Oxide Surge Arrester]]>$mu$s), lightning current impulses (8/20 $mu$s), high current impulses (4/10 $mu$s), and fast-front current impulses (1.5/26 $mu$s and 3/6 $mu$s) encompass the three regions of operation and a wide range of frequencies and amplitudes. The results provided by the MOSA wide-range (MWR) model were compared with those obtained in the laboratory. The MWR model has shown good agreement in terms of waveform, peak value, and absorbed energy for the evaluated cases.]]>3311021091186<![CDATA[Fast Discrimination of Transformer Magnetizing Current From Internal Faults: An Extended Kalman Filter-Based Approach]]>331110118900<![CDATA[Finite-Difference Relaxation for Parallel Computation of Ionized Field of HVDC Lines]]>3311191294201<![CDATA[A Novel Interfacing Technique for Distributed Hybrid Simulations Combining EMT and Transient Stability Models]]>3311301402349<![CDATA[Voltage Regulation Method for Voltage Drop Compensation and Unbalance Reduction in Bipolar Low-Voltage DC Distribution System]]>3311411491199<![CDATA[Bad Data Detection Using Linear WLS and Sampled Values in Digital Substations]]>331150157853<![CDATA[Analysis of Energy Savings of CVR Including Refrigeration Loads in Distribution Systems]]>3311581682462<![CDATA[An Improved Measure of AC System Strength for Performance Analysis of Multi-Infeed HVdc Systems Including VSC and LCC Converters]]>331169178987<![CDATA[Transient-Based Fault Location on Three-Terminal and Tapped Transmission Lines Not Requiring Line Parameters]]>331179188485<![CDATA[Impedance-Based Fault Location Algorithm for Ground Faults in Series-Capacitor-Compensated Transmission Lines]]>$text{kV}$ system with an SCCTL is designed in PSCAD, while the fault-location algorithm is modeled in MATLAB. The proposed algorithm is tested through simulations covering various fault scenarios in an SCCTL. For performance evaluation, the comparative analysis of the proposed technique with a well-known existing technique is performed in this paper.]]>331189199669<![CDATA[Optimal Placement of GIC Blocking Devices Considering Equipment Thermal Limits and Power System Operation Constraints]]>331200208956<![CDATA[Development and Application of ±500 kV DC Transmission Line Arrester in China Power Grid]]>331209217752<![CDATA[Transformer Sympathetic Inrush Characteristics and Identification Based on Substation-Area Information]]>3312182281582<![CDATA[Propagation of AC Background Harmonics in MMC HVdc Multiterminal Systems Due to Resonances and Mitigation Measures]]>3312292381463<![CDATA[Parallel Electromagnetic Transients Simulation with Shared Memory Architecture Computers]]>3312392471486<![CDATA[Analytical Derivation of the AC-Side Input Admittance of a Modular Multilevel Converter With Open- and Closed-Loop Control Strategies]]>3312482561014<![CDATA[Table of contents]]>331257258118<![CDATA[Guest Editorial Special Section on Frontiers of DC Technology]]>33125925931<![CDATA[Operating DC Circuit Breakers With MMC]]>3312602701444<![CDATA[Linearized DC-MMC Models for Control Design Accounting for Multifrequency Power Transfer Mechanisms]]>3312712812177<![CDATA[A Transformerless High-Voltage DC–DC Converter for DC Grid Interconnection]]>3312822901133<![CDATA[Modular Multilevel Converter DC Fault Protection]]>d —q controller is likely to be unsuitable for fault studies. Finally, benchmarking shows that a 48% reduction in power-flow recovery time and a 90% reduction in the energy dissipated in the circuit breaker can be achieved, along with other benefits, depending on the protection design.]]>3312913001347<![CDATA[Effect of Control-Loops Interactions on Power Stability Limits of VSC Integrated to AC System]]>3313013101325<![CDATA[Evaluation of DC Collector-Grid Configurations for Large Photovoltaic Parks]]>$pm mathbf { 5}{%}$ uncertainty in the considered cost and energy yield parameters.]]>3313113201297<![CDATA[Adaptive Single-Pole Autoreclosing Concept with Advanced DC Fault Current Control for Full-Bridge MMC VSC Systems]]>3313213291961<![CDATA[Comprehensive Fault Type Discrimination Concept for Bipolar Full-Bridge-Based MMC HVDC Systems with Dedicated Metallic Return]]>3313303391948<![CDATA[Hybrid AC/DC Post-Contingency Power-Flow Algorithm Considering Control Interaction of Asynchronous Area]]>3313403481718<![CDATA[Thyristor-Bypassed Submodule Power-Groups for Achieving High-Efficiency, DC Fault Tolerant Multilevel VSCs]]>on and turn-off of the thyristors by using voltages generated by the parallel stack of SMs within each PG are presented, while keeping both the required size of the commutation inductor, and the thyristor turn-off losses low. Efficiency estimates indicate that this concept could result in converter topologies with power losses as low as 0.3% rated power while retaining high quality current waveforms and achieving tolerance to both ac and dc faults.]]>3313493591743<![CDATA[Operation Modes and Combination Control for Urban Multivoltage-Level DC Grid]]>3313603701497<![CDATA[Integrated HVDC Circuit Breakers With Current Flow Control Capability]]>3313713801526<![CDATA[Experimental Validation of Dual H-Bridge Current Flow Controllers for Meshed HVdc Grids]]>3313813924742<![CDATA[Corona Current Coupling in Bipolar HVDC and Hybrid HVAC/HVDC Overhead Lines]]>331393402889<![CDATA[Analysis of Faults in Multiterminal HVDC Grid for Definition of Test Requirements of HVDC Circuit Breakers]]>3314034111870<![CDATA[A Direct Current Circuit Breaker With the Grid Method]]>3314124181507<![CDATA[Decoupled Current Control With Synchronous Frequency Damping for MMC Considering Sub-module Capacitor Voltage Ripple]]>3314194282177<![CDATA[Improving Small-Signal Stability of an MMC With CCSC by Control of the Internally Stored Energy]]>3314294393748<![CDATA[Direct Current Gas-Insulated Transmission Lines]]>331440446546<![CDATA[Frequency Control of Island VSC-HVDC Links Operating in Parallel With AC Interconnectors and Onsite Generation]]>3314474541123<![CDATA[Virtual Capacitor Control: Mitigation of DC Voltage Fluctuations in MMC-Based HVdc Systems]]>3314554653307<![CDATA[Enhanced Model and Real-Time Simulation Architecture for Modular Multilevel Converter]]>3314664762926<![CDATA[High Dynamics Control for MMC Based on Exact Discrete-Time Model With Experimental Validation]]>3314774883445<![CDATA[Secondary Arc Current During DC Auto Reclosing in Multisectional AC/DC Hybrid Lines]]>331489496965<![CDATA[On DC Fault Dynamics of MMC-Based HVdc Connections]]>3314975077314<![CDATA[An Isolated Resonant Mode Modular Converter With Flexible Modulation and Variety of Configurations for MVDC Application]]>3315085191534<![CDATA[Analysis of Short-Circuit Current Characteristics and Its Distribution of Artificial Grounding Faults on DC Transmission Lines]]>3315205281293<![CDATA[DC Interrupting With Self-Excited Oscillation Based on the Superconducting Current-Limiting Technology]]>2 and SF_{6} were investigated by applying a TMF of 0 and 200 mT with a puffer-type structure as a benchmark. The experimental results show that applying a TMF of 200 mT can significantly reduce the arcing time compared with a TMF of 0 mT and puffer-type structure. The dc interruption capacity for the SF_{6 } insulation is higher than that for the CO_{2} insulation in the interrupter module under the same experimental condition. The simulation results of rated voltage of 10 kV show that the superconducting current-limit module limited the short current of 20 kA to less than 1 kA, and the arcing time was 4.5 ms. The results of rated voltage of 200 kV, short current of 30 kA, show that the DCCB only needed to interrupt the limited current of 3.5 kA and the overvoltage was less than 200 kV.]]>3315295361201<![CDATA[The Power of Information]]>3315375371002<![CDATA[I am investing in tomorrow Are you?]]>331538538612<![CDATA[Information for Authors]]>331C3C3120<![CDATA[[Blank page]]]>331C4C42