Detail publikace

Simulation of random behaviour of engineering structures: From parameters identification to reliability assessment

Originální název

Simulation of random behaviour of engineering structures: From parameters identification to reliability assessment

Anglický název

Simulation of random behaviour of engineering structures: From parameters identification to reliability assessment

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The paper presents a complex methodology for statistical and reliability analyses of engineering structures. It describes the virtual simulation concept and tools used on the way from assessment of experimental results to reliability analysis. The methodology is represented by consequent steps starting by material parameters identification based on artificial neural networks and finite element modelling. The aim is finally to perform advanced reliability assessment using appropriate stochastic finite element model. Software tools are briefly described. Selected examples of application illustrate the applicability of the approach. The aim is finally to perform advanced reliability assessment. Finally, the paper documents two examples of successful application of this methodology and software tools for life-cycle assessment of concrete structures: bridge and fiber-reinforced concrete façade panels.

Anglický abstrakt

The paper presents a complex methodology for statistical and reliability analyses of engineering structures. It describes the virtual simulation concept and tools used on the way from assessment of experimental results to reliability analysis. The methodology is represented by consequent steps starting by material parameters identification based on artificial neural networks and finite element modelling. The aim is finally to perform advanced reliability assessment using appropriate stochastic finite element model. Software tools are briefly described. Selected examples of application illustrate the applicability of the approach. The aim is finally to perform advanced reliability assessment. Finally, the paper documents two examples of successful application of this methodology and software tools for life-cycle assessment of concrete structures: bridge and fiber-reinforced concrete façade panels.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT99135,
  author="Drahomír {Novák} and Radomír {Pukl}",
  title="Simulation of random behaviour of engineering structures: From parameters identification to reliability assessment",
  annote="The paper presents a complex methodology for statistical and reliability analyses of engineering structures. It describes the virtual simulation concept and tools used on the way from assessment of experimental results to reliability analysis. The methodology is represented by consequent steps starting by material parameters identification based on artificial neural networks and finite element modelling. The aim is finally to perform advanced reliability assessment using appropriate stochastic finite element model. Software tools are briefly described. Selected examples of application illustrate the applicability of the approach. The aim is finally to perform advanced reliability assessment. Finally, the paper documents two examples of successful application of this methodology and software tools for life-cycle assessment of concrete structures: bridge and fiber-reinforced concrete façade panels.",
  booktitle="International symposium on life-cycle civil engineering",
  chapter="99135",
  howpublished="electronic, physical medium",
  year="2012",
  month="october",
  pages="2267--2272",
  type="conference paper"
}