This study considers the effect of Pulsed Power Loads (PPLs) on micro-grid power systems such as those on warships, pulsed weapons and recovery systems. A design metric to describe the disturbance of PPLs on power systems is shown. A control strategy utilizes the design metric to reduce the impact of PPL. This strategy is based on identifying the optimal charging profile. Using simulation, it is shown the proposed strategy is highly effective in reducing the adverse impact of pulsed-power loads by reducing the impulse response of capacitor current. This study outlines an approach to analyze the effects of such loads upon the electric power grid using the proposed technique Trapezoidal Based Control (TBC) and a charging profile is developed for the existing analysis technique Limit Based Control (LBC). Both the control techniques are compared to find the effective approach in reducing the impact of pulsed power loads.