Katrina M. Groth
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Hydrogen storage and delivery: Review of the state of the art technologies and risk and reliability analysis
R Moradi, KM Groth
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2019
Thermal and flammability properties of polypropylene/carbon nanotube nanocomposites
T Kashiwagi, E Grulke, J Hilding, K Groth, R Harris, K Butler, J Shields, ...
Polymer 45 (12), 4227-4239, 2004
Flammability properties of polymer nanocomposites with single-walled carbon nanotubes: effects of nanotube dispersion and concentration
T Kashiwagi, F Du, KI Winey, KM Groth, JR Shields, SP Bellayer, H Kim, ...
Polymer 46 (2), 471-481, 2005
A data-informed PIF hierarchy for model-based human reliability analysis
KM Groth, A Mosleh
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 108, 154-174, 2012
Bridging the gap between HRA research and HRA practice: A Bayesian network version of SPAR-H
KM Groth, LP Swiler
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 115, 33-42, 2013
Deriving causal Bayesian networks from human reliability analysis data: A methodology and example model
KM Groth, A Mosleh
Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part O: Journal of …, 2012
HyRAM: A methodology and toolkit for QRA of hydrogen systems.
KM Groth, E Hecht
Proceedings of the International Conference on Hydrogen Safety {(ICHS 2015)}, 2015
Hybrid causal methodology and software platform for probabilistic risk assessment and safety monitoring of socio-technical systems
K Groth, C Wang, A Mosleh
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 95 (12), 1276-1285, 2010
A data-informed model of performance shaping factors for use in human reliability analysis
KM Groth
University of Maryland, 2009
Overview of the DOE hydrogen safety, codes and standards program, part 3: Advances in research and development to enhance the scientific basis for hydrogen regulations, codes …
C San Marchi, ES Hecht, IW Ekoto, KM Groth, C LaFleur, BP Somerday, ...
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 42 (11), 7263-7274, 2017
A Bayesian method for using simulator data to enhance human error probabilities assigned by existing HRA methods
KM Groth, CL Smith, LP Swiler
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 128, 32-40, 2014
Capturing cognitive causal paths in human reliability analysis with Bayesian network models
K Zwirglmaier, D Straub, KM Groth
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 158, 117-129, 2017
A hybrid algorithm for developing third generation HRA methods using simulator data, causal models, and cognitive science
KM Groth, R Smith, R Moradi
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 191, 106507, 2019
3D risk management for hydrogen installations
T Skjold, D Siccama, H Hisken, A Brambilla, P Middha, KM Groth, ...
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 42 (11), 7721-7730, 2017
Modernizing risk assessment: A systematic integration of PRA and PHM techniques
R Moradi, KM Groth
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 204, 107194, 2020
Application of Quantitative Risk Assessment QRA for Performance-Based Permitting of Hydrogen Fueling Stations
AC LaFleur, AB Muna, KM Groth
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 42 (11), 7529-7535, 2017
Data requirements for improving the Quantitative Risk Assessment of liquid hydrogen storage systems
C Correa-Jullian, KM Groth
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 47 (6), 4222-4235, 2022
Integration of deep learning and Bayesian networks for condition and operation risk monitoring of complex engineering systems
R Moradi, S Cofre-Martel, EL Droguett, M Modarres, KM Groth
Reliability Engineering & System Safety 222, 108433, 2022
A review of data-driven oil and gas pipeline pitting corrosion growth models applicable for prognostic and health management
R Heidary, SA Gabriel, M Modarres, KM Groth, N Vahdati
International Journal of Prognostics and Health Management 9 (1), 2018
Early-stage quantitative risk assessment to support development of codes and standard requirements for indoor fueling of hydrogen vehicles
KM Groth, JL LaChance, AP Harris
Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM, 2012
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