Reliability and Optimization of Structural Systems

Proceedings of the 10th IFIP WG7.5 Working Conference, Osaka, Japan, 25-27 March 2002
Routledge (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 27. April 2018
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  • 276 Seiten
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978-1-351-41912-3 (ISBN)
This volume contains 28 papers including 4 keynote papers presented at the 10th IFIP WG7.5 Working Conference, focusing on the reliability and optimization of structural systems.
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  • Cover
  • Half Title
  • Title Page
  • Copyright Page
  • Table of Contents
  • Preface
  • Calibration of the design code for concrete structures
  • Bayesian calibration of failure probability from observed performance
  • Elastic bodies with random distribution of micro-cracks
  • Reliability and optimum design of fiber-reinforced composite material systems and structures
  • Reliability-based optimization of symmetric laminated composite plate using lamination parameters
  • Effect of material quality on the performance of concrete bridges
  • Bridge management system for existing bridge groups
  • Weibull polynomial model for probabilistic load analysis
  • Probabilistic investigation on impact factor of deck slabs due to truck configuration type
  • Reliability model for girder bridge structural systems
  • Dynamic systems under random impulses driven by a generalized Erlang renewal process
  • Reliability of low-rise buildings: experimental wind load modeling vs. building codes
  • Managing structural failure mode dependence
  • Statistical analysis of data for timber strengths
  • Web-based safety management system in construction of pre-stressed concrete bridges
  • Stochastic modelling of the diffusion coefficient for concrete
  • Seismic response characteristics of seismically isolated bridge considering hardening effect of seismic isolator
  • Load factor of earthquake load considering non-linear behavior of steel bridge-pier
  • Evaluation of seismic resistant performance for steel rigid-frame piers of highway bridges with considering dynamic response characteristics
  • Reliability-based optimization of spatial shell trusses under multi-loading conditions
  • Development of algorithms to identify non-stationary structural systems using statistical filter theories
  • Maintenance support system of steel bridges based on life cycle cost and performance evaluation
  • Failure diagnosis of water supply network by immune system
  • Is the reliability of suspension bridges too high?
  • Measurement of human function to perceptive information - A trial by the approach of cognitive neuroscience
  • Bayesian framework for Poisson mixtures
  • Time aspects in applying the life quality index to structural safety
  • Highway variable amplitude long term fatigue behaviour of steel girders with welded attachments
  • Author index

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