Open Journal of Power Electronics
Sponsor: Power Electronics Society (PELS)
The IEEE Open Journal of Power Electronics (OJPEL) is a 100% open access journal that publishes high-quality, peer-reviewed papers. This means that all content is freely available without charge to users and their institutions. Users can copy, distribute, download, link, print, read, and search the full texts of the articles and can use them for any lawful purpose (as long as proper attribution is given).
OJPEL covers the development and application of power electronic systems and technologies. Some topics include the use of electronic components, the application of circuit theory and design techniques, and the development of analytical methods and tools for efficient electronic conversion, control, and conditioning of electric power to enable the sustainable use of energy. The aim is to publish novel developments as well as tutorial and survey articles, including those of value to both the practicing professional, research, and development segments of the field.
For more information, please contact Editor in Chief H. Alan Mantooth.
Special Compendiums - Calls for Papers
|Topic||Deadline||Scheduled Publication Time|
|Digital Design of Power Electronics Device and Equipment||
15 June 2023
|Power Electronics for Sustainable Transport Systems with Emphasis in Fluvial, Marine or Maritime Applications||1 May 2023||September 2023|
|Wide Bandgap Devices for Next-Generation Automotive Applications||15 June 2023||October 2023|
|2023 IEEE 8th Electronic Grid Workshop (eGrid 2023)||1 January 2024||September 2024|
For a list of papers that are included in previous special compendiums, please click here.
Topic: Passive Components in Power Electronics
- "Intercell Transformer (ICT) Design Optimization and Interphase Crosstalk Mitigation of a 100-kW SiC Filter-Less Grid-Connected PV String Inverter" (Y. Shi et al., 2020)
- "Minimum Loss Operation and Optimal Design of High-Frequency Inductors for Defined Core and Litz Wire" (P. Papamanolis et al., 2020)
- "iGSE-Cx - a New Normalized Steinmetz Model for Class II Multilayer Ceramic Capacitors" (D. Menzi et al., 2021)
- "Optimized Resonators for Piezoelectric Power Conversion" (W. D. Braun et al., 2021)
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If the article is accepted for publication, instructions containing the next steps will be sent by email. The author may be asked to upload final production-ready files. Shortly after they are uploaded, the author will receive an article proof for final review along with instructions on how to review the proof and submit corrections. Please note: major changes to the article (including the list of references) are not permitted after the article is accepted for publication. If there are any doubts about whether a modification is appropriate, please contact the Editor in Chief.
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Open access is provided through the payment of an article-processing charge (APC) that is paid after acceptance. APCs are often financed by an author's institution or the funder supporting their research. Corresponding authors from low-income countries are eligible for waived or reduced APCs.
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