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The Transactions of The Korean Institute of Power Electronics

ISO Journal Title : Trans. Korean Inst. Power Electron.

  • Free Access Journal
  • Bimonthly
  • Journal launch year: 1996
  • pISSN: 1229-2214
  • eISSN: 2288-6281
  • DOI Prefix: 10.6113/TKPE
  • Indexed/abstracted in: DOI/Crossref, KCI
  • Supported by: This journal was supported by the Korean Federation of Science and Technology Societies(KOFST) Grant funded by the Korean Government(MEST)
  • Copyright: The Korean Institute of Power Electronics


The Transactions of the Korean Institute of Power Electronics (hereinafter, TKPE) is intended to provide the readers with new technologies for control, structure, and various application of power electronic systems.

The scope of TKPE includes the structure of power conversion systems, control and application thereof, and includes the structure, design and control of power electronic systems and the electric devices related to motor driving as well as the contents of the elements constituting the systems. TKPE, also, covers various application such as new and renewable energy systems electric cars, and railway cars. In particular, it is recommended to contribute the results of technological development of industry to TKPE in light of the nature of the power electronics sector. It is strongly encouraged to submit papers on new attempts to analyze and solve the problems that may arise from the actual industrial fields even if they are verified theoretically. The submissions should not necessarily be written in Korean, and the contributions written in English will, also, be accepted. As mentioned above, TKPE covers a variety of topics, including power electronic systems, and is not limited to the fields mentioned below.

  • 1) Adjustable speed drives
  • 2) Resonant converters
  • 3) High power converters
  • 4) DC-DC converters
  • 5) Multi-level converters
  • 6) Modeling and simulations
  • 7) Industry applications
  • 8) Renewable energy
  • 9) Inverters and inverter applications
  • 10) Power semiconductor devices and components
  • 11) Power quality
  • 12) Rectifiers
  • 13) Other applications

Enhanced Global Maximum Power Point Tracking Method for a Photovoltaic System

Yohan Jang ; Sungwoo Bae ; Seunghoon Choung

Proposal of the Energy Recovery Circuit for Testing High-Voltage MLCC

So-Jeong Kong ; Jae-Hyun Kwon ; Dae-Young Hong ; Min-Woo Ha ; Jun-Young Lee

Multi-Phase Interleaved ZVT Boost Converter With a Single Soft-Switching Cell

Joo-Seung Lee ; Yun-Seong Hwang ; Sung-Hyun Kang ; Man-Jae Kwon ; Eunsu Jang ; Byoung-Kuk Lee

Power Control Method for FB-SRC IH Cooktop System Considering Limited Switching Frequency Range Condition

Yun-Seong Hwang ; Joo-Seung Lee ; Seung-Hyun Kang ; Man-Jae Kwon ; Eunsu Jang ; Byoung-Kuk Lee

Machine Learning-based Screening Algorithmfor Energy Storage System Using Retired Lithium-ion Batteries

Eui-Seong Han ; Je-Yeong Lim ; Hyeon-Ho Lee ; Dong-Hwan Kim ; Tae-Won Noh ; Byoung-Kuk Lee