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Electrical Research Paper

Use the databases listed below to search for and find articles on topics in electrical engineering. There will be some overlap in these databases, but they will also all have unique materials in them.

Applied Physics, Electrical Engineering, Optics Databases

    Covers electrical and electronics engineering, applied physics, and computer and control technologies. More info.

  • Compendex (Engineering Index)
    Engineering & applied science-related research. More info

  • IEEE Xplore
    Provides full text access to IEEE and IET publications. More info

  • SPIE Digital Library
    Extensive research database on optics and photonics research, providing full text access to SPIE journals, conferences, and selected books. More info

  • Applied Science & Technology Source
    Multi-disciplinary database with references to technical literature (journal articles, magazine articles, news stories, and conference papers) and links to selected full-text. More info

  • ACM Digital Library
    Leads to Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) publications including journal articles and conference papers. More info

  • APS Journals
    Full text of all American Physical Society journals back to 1893. More info

  • IOP Electronic Journals
    Full-text of selected Institute of Physics journals. More info

  • ASME Journals
    Full-text journals published by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. More info

  • AIP Journals via Scitation
    Searches American Institute of Physics (AIP) and AIP Member Society journals, over 40 titles and over 1 million articles. Note: While searching is open to the public, access to the full-text of articles is limited to those that UB has a subscripton to or are open access (free-to-read). More info

Major Multidisciplinary Databases

  • Web of Science
    One-pass searching of Web of Science citation indexes, BIOSIS Citation Index, Derwent Innovations Index, MEDLINE and more. More Info

  • ScienceDirect
    Full-text of all Elsevier published journals.More Info

  • Nature Journals
    The UB Libraries subscribe to most Nature Publishing Group journals (and its subsidiary, Cell Press), including the flagship journals Nature and Cell. In many cases, the full-text is available back to the first volume of each title. More Info

Electric Power Systems Research is an international medium for the publication of original papers concerned with the generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of electrical energy. The journal aims at presenting important results of work in this field, whether in the form of applied research, development of new procedures or components, orginal application of existing knowledge or new designapproaches. The scope of Electric Power Systems Research is broad, encompassing all aspects of electric power systems. The following list of topics is not intended to be exhaustive, but rather to indicate topics that fall within the journal purview.

• Generation techniques ranging from advances in conventional electromechanical methods, through nuclear power generation, to renewable energy generation.
• Transmission, spanning the broad area from UHV (ac and dc) to network operation and protection, line routing and design.
• Substation work: equipment design, protection and control systems.
• Distribution techniques, equipment development, and smart grids.
• The utilization area from energy efficiency to distributed load levelling techniques.
• Systems studies including control techniques, planning, optimization methods, stability, security assessment and insulation coordination.

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