Welcome to The 6th International Advanced Research Workshop on transformers - ARWtr.
Transformers have been designed and widely used to transfer energy, for measurement, protection, electrical isolation, and signal coupling.
Much of the basic technology used in current transformers seems mature in its essence. However new challenges has to be enfaced every day tracking new sceneries that demands the highest level of knowledge, or even advanced concepts of transformers together with their components and equipment, expected to play a vital role in the upcoming systems.
These International Advanced Research Workshops on transformers have proved to be a well stablished and recognised way to stimulate exchange of practical knowledge and discussion about new trends on transformers.
If you are interested in joining to the ARWtr attendees, you are invited to the next ARWtr2019 edition to be held in Córdoba a nice Spanish city in October 2019, (6) 7, 8 and 9.
The transformers are expected to be efficient, reliable and flexible with considerations for both safety and environmental issues. They will need to be able to integrate with smart networks, and should be designed and management to address crucial issues for the networks of the future.
The 6th International ARWtr2019 intends to foster subjects focused to Technology Advances, as well as new trends in Smart Applications and Practices into the areas of Power, Instrument, and Frequency Transformers based on:
The Authors are encouraged to submit a two-pages digest of a provisional paper, previously unpublished and relevant to the Workshops topics, due by deadlines. A two-page digest (A4, single column) for each paper should be submitted together with the pre-registration form. It should contain the title of the paper, authors and contact information, a short abstract, keywords, the main contents of the paper, conclusions and references.
Here one can download the template for the digest in .doc format.
Pre-registration and submitting of digests should be done via the web interface.
The digests have to be uploaded online using the _ARWtr Manuscript Submission System.
Each digest will be peer-reviewed. Notification of the acceptance of the contribution will be given according to deadlines.
The Authors of approved digests will be invited to submit full papers. The final manuscript length could not exceed 6 full pages but not less than 4 pages.
The full paper submission process is described here..>>
The working language of the Workshop will be English.
Authors should present their papers in poster format (size approx. 0.8 x 1.2 m) during Coffee-Breaks.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
• Computation, modeling and simulation
• Design methodologies
• Design criterias
• Efficiency and reliability
• Monitoring, parameters and control techniques
• Operation criterias
• Sensing technologies and new materials
• Intelligent designs for a smooth infeed of renewable energies
• Solution for measurements and protections
• Management techniques
• Requirements to fulfill smart grid functions
• Special transformers for special purpose
• New market opportunities