Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by C. Guedes Soares.|
|Series||Solid mechanics and its applications ;, v. 56|
|Contributions||Soares, C. Guedes.|
|LC Classifications||TA658.2 .P76 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 402 p. :|
|Number of Pages||402|
|LC Control Number||97026094|
The book discusses the discrete element analysis of composite structures; the concepts of probabilistic design and reliability as it pertains to composites; and the experimental methods for characterizing composites and composite components. The text also describes the state-of-the-art of the analysis of discontinuities, edge effects, and joints in composites; as well as the Book Edition: 1. The usual approach to the study of the response of the structures under the blast loading assumed deterministic design variables. However, design variable that generally defined the applied loading as well as the structural resistance are random and therefore uncertain. The best approach to accommodate uncertainties is to use probabilistic method. probabilistic design approached will be studied and consequences for future re-lated work in structural engineering will be drawn. This report is divided in two parts: –Part 1 is the theoretical part which exposes the concepts of determinis-tic design and probabilistic design in structural engineering and intro-duces the Monte Carlo theory. Probabilistic methods use DoEx to systematically generate a set of dynamic model runs and then develop response surfaces to generate probability distributions using Monte Carlo simulation. Amorim and Mocyzdlower recognize the value of the methodology in evaluating exploration prospects but caution the modeler to “take great care not to trust right away all the results generated by the proxy .
MS_ Performancebased design for structures subject to natural hazard 2. MS_ Probabilistic methods for the assessment of existing concrete structures 3. MS_ Probabilistic methods in hydraulic and spatial structural analysis. Typically in structural design, foreseeable loads are assumed in a structural design and dimensioning exercise and design material properties may be handled in a semi-probabilistic approach. Structures can, however, be exposed to largely unforeseeable events such as intense environmental phenomena, accidents, malicious acts, and planning or execution errors, in addition to degradation with time. (). Advanced probabilistic design and reliability-based design optimization for composite sandwich structure. Advanced Composite Materials: Vol. 23, International Conference on Advances in Structural Health Management and Composite Structures – ASHMCS , pp. introduction to the probabilistic methods for the evaluation of structural reliability including the philosophy on which the methods are based. The introduction is sufﬁcient for reading Appendix 3 which is a revised reprint of a JCSS Working Document from exemplifying a proposal for.
The design method, which is based on probabilistic techniques, can provide quantitative estimates of the structural reliability of individual pole components as well as complete wood pole structures. The method described in this paper is applied to a typical 44 kV wood pole distribution line to predict the probability of structural failure under wind load, ice load and wind-on-ice load. Typically in structural design, foreseeable loads are assumed in a structural design and dimensioning exercise and design material properties may be handled in a semi-probabilistic approach. Structures can, however, be exposed to largely unforeseeable events such as intense environmental phenomena, accidents, malicious acts, and planning or execution errors, in addition to degradation with. It gives a series of methods or recipes which can be applied to specific book is essential reading for practicing engineers who need a sound background knowledge of probabilistic and statistical concepts and methods of analysis for their everyday work. It is also a useful guide for graduate engineering students. ISBN: X OCLC Number: Language Note: English. Description: x, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: Basic concepts of structural design / J. Ferry Borges --Quantification of model uncertainty in structural reliability / C. Guedes Soares --Response surface methodology in structural reliability / J. Labeyrie --Stochastic modeling of fatigue crack growth.