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Probabilistic Nonlocal Theory for Quasibrittle Fracture Initiation and Size Effect Based on Extreme Value Statistics

Originální název

Probabilistic Nonlocal Theory for Quasibrittle Fracture Initiation and Size Effect Based on Extreme Value Statistics

Anglický název

Probabilistic Nonlocal Theory for Quasibrittle Fracture Initiation and Size Effect Based on Extreme Value Statistics

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The nonlocal generalization of Weibull theory previously developed for structures that are either notched or fail only after the formation of a large crack is extendedto predict the probability of failure of unnotched structures that reach the maximum load before a large crack forms, as is typical of the test of modulus of rupture (flexural strength).

Anglický abstrakt

The nonlocal generalization of Weibull theory previously developed for structures that are either notched or fail only after the formation of a large crack is extendedto predict the probability of failure of unnotched structures that reach the maximum load before a large crack forms, as is typical of the test of modulus of rupture (flexural strength).

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT7964,
  author="Zdeněk P. {Bažant} and Drahomír {Novák}",
  title="Probabilistic Nonlocal Theory for Quasibrittle Fracture Initiation and Size Effect Based on Extreme Value Statistics",
  annote="The nonlocal generalization of Weibull theory previously developed for structures that are either notched or fail only after the formation of a large crack is extendedto predict the probability of failure of unnotched structures that reach the maximum load before a large crack forms, as is typical of the test of modulus of rupture (flexural strength).",
  booktitle="8th ASCE Conference on Probabilistic Mechanics and Structural Reliability",
  chapter="7964",
  year="2000",
  month="july",
  pages="1",
  type="conference paper"
}