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Naples 12-15 december 2017



Monitoring, Diagnostics and Control for SOFC systems
Improving SOFC-based CHP performance through innovative diagnosis and control
16th december 2015

The event focuses on the most recent advances and the current research on monitoring, diagnostics and control for SOFC systems. It is organized in the frame of the project DIAMOND* (Diagnosis-aided control for SOFC power systems).

DIAMOND aims at a substantial improvement of the current performance of SOFC systems for CHP applications in order to boost their diffusion into broad commercial use. Advanced monitoring models are developed to integrate diagnostic and control functions with the objective of having meaningful information on the actual state-of-the-health of the entire system. A holistic view over the stack and BoP components enables advanced management and provides a comprehensive solution to the problem of achieving improved performance, maintenance scheduling, higher reliability and thus increased lifetime of the system.

The objective of the workshop is to present the DIAMOND approach and the recent project results for CHP systems equipped with both conventional stacks and integrated modules. The exploitation potential and a comprehensive overview of the project achievements are offered to the interested stakeholders and users at various academia, industry and public levels.

First and overview of the project is provided, then three technical presentations report on the experimental activity and on the modelling approaches for monitoring, diagnostics and advanced control. Guests from the industry and research sectors will bring their experiences to help DIAMOND in steering its activity for further advancements towards the development of prognostics tools for SOFC lifetime estimation.

Click the button below to download the registration form (pdf). Fill in, scan and send it directly to the follow email addresses: info@diamond-sofc-project.eu | pianese@unisa.it

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The project DIAMOND (Diagnosis-aided control for SOFC power systems) has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) for the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Technology Initiative under grant agreement n° 621208.



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