This work investigates the field of Integrated Vehicle Health Management (IVHM) and more specifically on the components which are producing or consuming electricity. Firstly, diagnostic and prognostic characteristics are defined. This allows later, from the mapped characteristics, to sort the most relevant methods for critical components. The mapping leads finally to define some scientific issues to be solved in order to improve the diagnostic and prognostic of such components.
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diagnostics and prognostics, Electronic PHM, IVHM
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