Application of fault tree analysis to fuel cell diagnosis

Résumé : Reliability and lifetime are common issues for the development and commercialization of fuel cells technologies'. As a consequence, their improvement is a major challenge and the last decade has experienced a growing interest in activities that aims at understanding the degradation mechanisms and at developing fuel cell systems diagnosis tools. Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) is one of the deductive tools that allow 'linking' an undesired state to a combination of lower-level events via a 'top-down' approach which is mainly used in safety and reliability engineering. The objective of this paper is to give an overview of the use and the contribution of FTA to both SOFC and PEFC diagnosis.
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Fuel Cells, 2012, 12 (2), pp. 302-309. 〈10.1002/fuce.201100072〉
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Nadia Yousfi-Steiner, Daniel Hissel, Philippe Mocoteguy, Denis Candusso, Dario Marra, et al.. Application of fault tree analysis to fuel cell diagnosis. Fuel Cells, 2012, 12 (2), pp. 302-309. 〈10.1002/fuce.201100072〉. 〈hal-01671445〉



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