Detail publikace

Virtual reliability assessment structures with damage, SARA - Part II.

Originální název

Virtual reliability assessment structures with damage, SARA - Part II.

Anglický název

Virtual reliability assessment structures with damage, SARA - Part II.

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

A complex interdisciplinary approach to the reliability assessment of reinforced concrete structures is presented. The main feature presented methodology is utilization of virtual testing for realistic modelling of structural behaviour and resistance. Nonlinearities in material, damage, degradation, non-linear response of support and other effects are employed in FEM modelling of the particular structure, including uncertainties and randomness involved in all these phenomena. Solution of the stochastic response requires repeated analyses of the structural model with random realizations of input parameters. Since the nonlinear structural analysis used for the realistic prediction of structural resistance is computationally rather demanding,a suitable statistical technique is utilized to get sufficiently accurate results keeping the number of simulations acceptably small.

Anglický abstrakt

A complex interdisciplinary approach to the reliability assessment of reinforced concrete structures is presented. The main feature presented methodology is utilization of virtual testing for realistic modelling of structural behaviour and resistance. Nonlinearities in material, damage, degradation, non-linear response of support and other effects are employed in FEM modelling of the particular structure, including uncertainties and randomness involved in all these phenomena. Solution of the stochastic response requires repeated analyses of the structural model with random realizations of input parameters. Since the nonlinear structural analysis used for the realistic prediction of structural resistance is computationally rather demanding,a suitable statistical technique is utilized to get sufficiently accurate results keeping the number of simulations acceptably small.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT28458,
  author="Radomír {Pukl} and Vladimír {Červenka} and Drahomír {Novák}",
  title="Virtual reliability assessment structures with damage, SARA - Part II.",
  annote="A complex interdisciplinary approach to the reliability assessment of reinforced concrete structures is presented. The main feature presented methodology is utilization of virtual testing for realistic modelling of structural behaviour and resistance. Nonlinearities in material, damage, degradation, non-linear response of support and other effects are employed in FEM modelling of the particular structure, including uncertainties and randomness involved in all these phenomena. Solution of the stochastic response requires repeated analyses of the structural model with random realizations of input parameters. Since the nonlinear structural analysis used for the realistic prediction of structural resistance is computationally rather demanding,a suitable statistical technique is utilized to get sufficiently accurate results keeping the number of simulations acceptably small.",
  booktitle="Structural health monitoring and intelligent infrastructure",
  chapter="28458",
  year="2007",
  month="november",
  pages="104",
  type="conference paper"
}