Call for papers

Special Issue on Partial Discharges Detection, Measurement and Interpretation

   A Special lssue of the IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation is being planned on Partial Discharges (PD) Detection, Measurement and Interpretation for publication in the February 2017 issue. Authors wishing to have their papers considered for publication should submit their manuscripts to the IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation web portal (http://www.cloznet.com/ieeetdei). On the submission form, there is a location for special issue paper submission where the name of the Guest Editor is to be chosen. Instructions for the preparation of manuscripts and a template are available at the website: http://www.cloznet.com/ieeetdei/TDEI%20Template.doc.

For this special issue suggested topics within the field of Partial Discharges include, but are not limited to:

  • PD measurement and detection techniques with application to rotating machines, transformers, capacitors, insulators and cables;
  • PD pattern recognition;
  • PD detection and interpretation;
  • Experimental and theoretical studies directed towards a better understanding of the PD mechanisms;
  • Relationship between partial discharges and breakdown;
  • PD detection as an advanced tool for the management and periodical or online control of transformers, cables and other electrical equipments;
  • PD detection as a part of the HV transformer health index evaluation;
  • PD associated signal-processing techniques.

 

The deadline for the submission of the manuscripts is 28 February 2016 at the TDEI website (http://www.cloznet.com/ieeetdei).

All submitted papers will automatically be checked using CrossCheck software for plagiarism, including self-plagiarism. Papers submitted after this date will be considered but may not meet the printing deadline and, if accepted, will be included in subsequent regular issues.

Questions regarding the special issue on Partial Discharges (PD) Detection, Measurement and Interpretation can be addressed to the Guest Editor, Professor Massimo Pompili or to the Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Transactions on Dielectrics and Electrical Insulation, Professor Reuben Hackam, at hackam@uwindsor.ca.

 

Professor Massimo Pompili

University of Roma “La Sapienza”

Department of Electrical Engineering

Via Eudossiana, 18 – 00184 Roma (Italy)

Email: massimo.pompili@uniroma1.it

Phone: +39 348 4127240