Engine Fan Fault Tree

Engine Fan Fault Tree

The Fan Doesn't Work

When the Engine Overheat

Fan Motor Over-large Resistance

Fan Motor Underpowered

Fan blakes get stuck

Fan Motor Lack of Power Supply

Fan Motor Broke Down

Power Supply Circuits Broke Down

System Voltage Low

Thermo Switch Broke Down

Fuse Burned Down

Line Connection Fault

publish time: 2021-06-04
Lisa Anderson

Create an engine fan fault tree analysis using EdrawMax and use its predefined templates to ensure that the fault tree analysis diagram is factually correct. Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) is a graphical tool to explore the causes of system-level failures. The attached diagram shows that the engine cooling fan is designed to move air through the radiator when the vehicle is at slower speeds or stopped. This airflow removes heat from the coolant created by the engine using the radiator as a conductor. However, sometimes some faults might happen that can be analyzed by creating an engine fan fault tree analysis diagram.

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