Construction of Hydrogen Safety Evaluation Model Based on Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP)

Jianlun Xu, Minghao Wang, Ping Guo

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With the large consumption of traditional primary energy, hydrogen as a clean and renewable energy has been widely studied by scholars around the world. Hydrogen is mainly used in hydrogen internal combustion engine and hydrogen fuel cell. Hydrogen internal combustion engine is the direct combustion of hydrogen as fuel, with the advantages of easy use. Alternatively, hydrogen fuel cell converts the chemical energy of hydrogen into electrical energy by electrochemical reaction, which has the advantages of high efficiency and zero pollution. Regardless of the use method, the safety of hydrogen use needs to be considered. However, in the whole life cycle of hydrogen, the process from hydrogen production to the use of hydrogen in automobiles is extremely complex. There are many factors affecting the safety of hydrogen use, and a single factor cannot be used as an evaluation. In order to make the evaluation of hydrogen safety more complete and accurate, the weight of four primary evaluation indexes and eight secondary evaluation indexes affecting hydrogen safety is determined by analytic hierarchy process, and a reliable hydrogen safety evaluation model is established.

Citation: Xu, J., Wang, M., and Guo, P. (2022). Construction of Hydrogen Safety Evaluation Model Based on Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP). Trends in Renewable Energy, 8(2), 84-95. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17737/tre.2022.8.2.00140


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Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP); Multi-objective evaluation; Hydrogen safety grade; Hydrogen fuel cell; Alternative energy sources

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