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IET Electric Power Applications
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IET Electric Power Applications publishes papers of a high technical standard with a suitable balance of practice and theory. The scope covers a wide range of applications and apparatus in the power field. In addition to papers focussing on the design and development of electrical equipment, papers relying on analysis are also sought, provided that the arguments are conveyed succinctly and the conclusions are clear.

The scope of the journal includes the following:

    The design and analysis of motors and generators of all sizes
    Rotating electrical machines
    Linear machines
    Power transformers
    Railway traction machines and drives
    Variable speed drives
    Machines and drives for electrically powered vehicles
    Industrial and non-industrial applications and processes
Last updated by Dou Sun in 2016-08-20
Special Issues
Special Issue on Electric and Hybrid Electric Propulsion for Aviation
Submission Date: 2017-09-30

Activity is increasing in the area of hybrid electric propulsion for aircraft. Some of these efforts extend to complete electric propulsion systems, while others seek to leverage electrical systems to support high power applications that can enhance the fuel consumption and emission reductions that come with operating scenarios that reach beyond what efficient engine thrust can provide. Work by governmental agencies, aircraft manufacturers, and component suppliers alike are actively pursuing electrical technologies that support the aircraft of the future that will have reduced carbon footprint. These technologies extend well into multi-MW power levels across a wide range of speeds. Topics of interest for this Special Issue include, but are not limited to: 1.Electric machine design for aircraft electrification: - Novel electric machine designs - Multiphase and fault tolerant designs - High power density electric machines - Cooling methods for electric machines - Insulation systems suitable for operation at high altitude - Integration of electric machines with turbomachinery 2.Impact of electric power architectures on machine design for aircraft electrification: - Voltage selection for multi-MW electric propulsion - Use of active rectifier versus passive rectifiers - Aircraft power systems with multiple voltage levels - Aircraft power system reconfigurability for fault mitigation 3.Impact of electronic power converters for aircraft electrification: - Effective use of wide bandgap semiconductors in aircraft converters for electric machines - Converter topologies for aircraft electric machines - Design for high power density - Design for fault tolerance - Design for electromagnetic compatibility 4.Electric machine control algorithms suitable for aircraft electrification: - Management of multiple power sources - Sensorless commutation algorithms - Algorithms for fault management - Algorithms for maximizing fuel efficiency subject to route constraints
Last updated by Dou Sun in 2017-06-22
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