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IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery

IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery

The scope of the IEEE Transactions on Power Delivery embraces innovations in electric apparatus for power delivery with a main focus on power transmission and distribution components. It also covers apparatus modeling, analysis, implementation and application issues such as power system protection, instrumentation, communication, and grounding; electromagnetic transients and power quality; and substation automation. The Transaction’s scope further includes research works leading to power engineering standards.

Open Access

This publication is a hybrid journal, allowing either Traditional manuscript submission or Open Access (author-pays OA) manuscript submission.

The OA option, if selected, enables unrestricted public access to the article via IEEE Xplore. The OA option will be offered to the author at the time the manuscript is submitted. If selected, the OA discounted fee of $1,750 must be paid before the article is published in the journal. If you have unusual circumstances about this, please contact the Editor-in-Chief. Any other applicable charges (such as the over-length page charge and/or charge for the use of color in the print format) will be billed separately once the manuscript formatting is complete but prior to the publication.

The traditional option, if selected, enables access to all qualified subscribers and purchasers via IEEE Xplore. No OA payment is required.

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Editorial Board

Editor in Chief, Wilsun Xu, University of Alberta This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Editor in Chief, Power Engineering Letters, Kit Po Wong, University of Australia This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Editorial Board Members

 

JORGE LUIS AGUERO, National University de la Plata, Argentina

YOSHIHIRO BABA, Doshisha University, Japan

KENNETH E. BOW, The Dow Chemical Company, United States

SUKUMAR M. BRAHMA, New Mexico State University, United States

ANTONIO CATALIOTTI, Università di Palermo, Italy

GARY CHANG, National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan

NILANJAN RAY CHAUDHURI, North Dakota State University, United States

MOHAMED ELMOURSI, Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, UAE

WALMIR FREITAS, University of Campinas, Brazil

FRANCISCO DE LEON, Polytechnic Institute of NYU, United States

LESLIE T. FALKINGHAM, Vacuum Interrupters Limited, United Kingdom

SHERIF FARIED, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

CHRISTIAN M. FRANCK, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, Switzerland

ORIOL GOMIS-BELLMUNT, Technical University of Catalonia, Spain

THOMAS E. GREBE, EnerNeX Corporation, United States

JINGBO GUO, Tsinghua University, China

JENNIFER L HAVEL, Bonnevile Power Administation, United States

JINLIANG HE, Tsinghua University, China

DAVID INGRAM, Ingram Technology, Australia

BRIAN J JOHNSON, University of Idaho

GEORGE G. KARADY, Arizona State University, United States

ALBERT J. F. KERI, American Electric Power, United States

S. V. KULKARNI, Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, India 

CHUN LI, Hydro One Networks, Canada

ZUYI LI, Illinois Institute of Technology, United States

JEAN MAHSEREDJIAN, Ecole Polytechnique, Montreal, Canada

ALI MEHRIZI-SANI, Washington State University, United States

JACOB MERRIMAN, Burns & McDonnell, United States

SARATH PERERA, University of Wollongong, Australia

ABNER RAMIREZ,CINVESTAV - Guadalajara, Mexico

JULIO ROMERO AGÜERO, Quanta Technology, United States

MARYAM SAEEDIFARD, Georgia Institute of Technology, United States

MAJID SANAYE-PASAND, University of Tehran, Iran

SANJIB K. SOM, Siemens Industry, Inc., United States

SIDDHARTH SURYANARAYANAN, Colorado State University, United States

NEVILLE WATSON, University of Canterbury, New Zealand

INMACULADA ZAOMRA BELVER, University of the Basque Country, Spain

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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