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Stochastic nonlinear analysis of concrete structure - Part I: From simulation of experiment and parameter identification to reliability assessment

Originální název

Stochastic nonlinear analysis of concrete structure - Part I: From simulation of experiment and parameter identification to reliability assessment

Anglický název

Stochastic nonlinear analysis of concrete structure - Part I: From simulation of experiment and parameter identification to reliability assessment

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This paper describes a complex methodology for statistical and reliability analyses of concrete structures. It describes a virtual simulation to be used all the way from the assessment of experimental results to reliability analysis. The approach is based on a randomization of nonlinear fracture mechanics finite element analysis of concrete structures. Theoretical as well as practical application aspects are presented emphasizing the conceptual framework and key points of the solution. Efficient techniques using both nonlinear numerical analysis of concrete structures and stochastic simulation methods of the Monte Carlo type have been combined in order to offer an advanced tool for assessment of the realistic bahaviour of concrete structures from the statistical and reliability points of views. In order to use appropriate parameters of material laws in the computational model, an inverse analysis based on experimental results has to be performed. The applications of the approach are described in consequent papers - Part II - facade panels made of fiber reinforced and Part III - concrete bridges.

Anglický abstrakt

This paper describes a complex methodology for statistical and reliability analyses of concrete structures. It describes a virtual simulation to be used all the way from the assessment of experimental results to reliability analysis. The approach is based on a randomization of nonlinear fracture mechanics finite element analysis of concrete structures. Theoretical as well as practical application aspects are presented emphasizing the conceptual framework and key points of the solution. Efficient techniques using both nonlinear numerical analysis of concrete structures and stochastic simulation methods of the Monte Carlo type have been combined in order to offer an advanced tool for assessment of the realistic bahaviour of concrete structures from the statistical and reliability points of views. In order to use appropriate parameters of material laws in the computational model, an inverse analysis based on experimental results has to be performed. The applications of the approach are described in consequent papers - Part II - facade panels made of fiber reinforced and Part III - concrete bridges.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT23247,
  author="Drahomír {Novák} and Miroslav {Vořechovský} and David {Lehký} and Konrad {Bergmeister} and Radomír {Pukl} and Vladimír {Červenka}",
  title="Stochastic nonlinear analysis of concrete structure - Part I: From simulation of experiment and parameter identification to reliability assessment",
  annote="This paper describes a complex methodology for statistical and reliability analyses of concrete structures. It describes a virtual simulation to be used all the way from the assessment of experimental results to reliability analysis. The approach is based on a randomization of nonlinear fracture mechanics finite element analysis of concrete structures. Theoretical as well as practical application aspects are presented emphasizing the conceptual framework and key points of the solution. Efficient techniques using both nonlinear numerical analysis of concrete structures and stochastic simulation methods of the Monte Carlo type have been combined in order to offer an advanced tool for assessment of the realistic bahaviour of concrete structures from the statistical and reliability points of views. In order to use appropriate parameters of material laws in the computational model, an inverse analysis based on experimental results has to be performed. The applications of the approach are described in consequent papers - Part II - facade panels made of fiber reinforced and Part III - concrete bridges.",
  booktitle="Applications of statistics and probability in civil engineering",
  chapter="23247",
  year="2007",
  month="july",
  pages="1--9",
  type="conference paper"
}