The Scientific Journal of Riga Technical University - Electrical, Control and Communication Engineering

The mission of the RTU Journal on Electrical, Control and Communication Engineering (ECCE Journal) is to provide a free forum for scientific discussions and a feedback between scientific society and particular scientists from all over the world on their later achievements in the mentioned fields. The journal considers post-conference papers after one of the following events (RTUCON, AIEEE, International Doctoral School of Electrical Energy Conversion and Saving Technologies of RTU-IIEEE, Doctoral School of Energy and Geotechnology of TalTech), as well as the papers recommended by section editors of the journal. The journal pay attention to (but not only to):

  • Electrical Machines and Apparatus (EMA) – Theory, simulation and design of electrical machines and apparatus such as transformers, relays etc.
  • Electrical Drives, Mechatronics and Robotics (EDR) – Applications of electrical machines and apparatus, as well as theory, simulation, design and control of electrical drives, in particular, in robotic and mechatronic systems.
  • Power Electronic Converters (PEC) – Topologies, theory and analysis, simulation, control and applications of power electronic converters.
  • Power Electronic Technologies (PEL) – Design, details of construction, manufacturing technology of power electronic converters. Implementation, protection and thermal design of power semiconductor switches. Snubbers and resonant circuits, as well as other topics related to power electronic converters.
  • Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) – Electromagnetic compatibility and interference of electrical equipment.
  • Electrical Materials, Reliability and Diagnostics (REL) – Research and development of materials utilized in electrical engineering (including semiconductor and magnetic materials), their new applications. Study of reliability and diagnostics of electrical equipment and materials. Measurements and sensors.
  • Electric Power Supply (EPS) – Theory and analysis, simulation, power and control equipment, as well as software dedicated for electrical energy distribution networks and distributed generation networks, including smart micro- and nano-grids, as well as utilization of renewable and alternative energy sources.
  • Control Engineering and IT (CTL) – Theory and analysis, simulation, hardware and software dedicated for process control in various areas.
  • Communication Engineering (CMN) – Physical principles of information transmission, technical and information processing support for such transmission, new interfaces and protocols.
  • Microwave Techniques, Antennas and Radar Systems (MTA) – The section is focused on the theory and analysis, simulation, software and experimental methods dedicated for microwave techniques, antennas & radar systems.

The editorial board of RTU ECCE Journal is always open for discussion on the journal topics!



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Vol 16, No 2 (2020): Electrical, Control and Communication Engineering

Table of Contents

Electrical Engineering Education

Serhii Zinchenko, Vadym Mateichuk, Pavlo Nosov, Ihor Popovych, Oleksandr Solovey, Pavlo Mamenko, Olga Grosheva

Electric Power Supply

Vadim Romanuke

Control Engineering and IT

Artūrs Āboltiņš, Juris Grizans, Dmitrijs Pikulins, Maris Terauds, Maris Zeltins

Communication Engineering

Karlis Kimsis, Janis Semenjako, Yury V. Shestopalov

Microwave Techniques, Antennas & Radar Systems

Esma Kökten, Bahadır Can Çalışkan, Saeid Karamzadeh, Ece Gelal Soyak

Electrical Drives, Mechatronics and Robotics

Anna Beinarovica, Mikhail Gorobetz, Ivars Alps

Power Electronic Converters

Viktor Shevchenko, Maksym Khomenko, Ihor Kondratenko, Oleksandr Husev, Bohdan Pakhaliuk