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Applied Methods of Structural Reliability

Author: Milík Tichý
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1993.
Series: Topics in safety, reliability, and quality, 2.
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This book presents the principal concepts, rules and techniques of structural reliability. It is written primarily for the engineer and will be useful as an introduction to the subject of reliability engineering.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Milík Tichý
ISBN: 9789401119481 9401119481
OCLC Number: 851368306
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 403 pages).
Contents: 1 Principal Concepts --
1.1 Reliability systems S-L-E and CF --
1.2 Defectologic concepts --
1.3 States, stages, and situations --
1.4 Requirements, criteria, and parameters --
2 Tools --
2.1 Probability and statistics --
2.2 Reliability theory --
2.3 Method of moments --
2.4 Monte Carlo simulation --
2.5 Fuzzy logic --
3 Phenomena, Events and Relations --
3.1 Phenomena and events --
3.2 Existential relations --
3.3 Sequential relations --
3.4 Physical relations --
3.5 Statistical relations --
3.6 Favorable and adverse phenomena --
3.7 Combinations of events --
4 Structure --
4.1 Elementary properties --
4.2 Resistance --
4.3 Stiffness --
5 Load --
5.1 Load/structure relations --
5.2 Load/load relations --
5.3 Random behavior of load --
5.4 Analysis of load data --
5.5 One-variable model of load --
5.6 Loading history --
5.7 Load combinations --
6 Environment --
7 Physical Reliability Requirements --
7.1 Formative requirement --
7.2 Global requirement --
7.3 Elementary requirements --
8 Probabilistic and Statistical Reliability Requirements --
8.1 Global probabilistic reliability requirement --
8.2 Formative probabilistic reliability requirements --
8.3 Elementary probabilistic reliability requirements --
8.4 Classification of the probabilistic design methods --
8.5 Statistical reliability requirements --
9 Calculation of the Failure Charac leristics --
9.1 Calculation of the failure probability --
9.2 Calculation of the Hasofer-Lind reliability index --
9.3 Estimate of Pf based on?HL --
10 Reliability Parameters --
10.1 Values of constructed facilities --
10.2 Target life --
10.3 Target failure probability --
10.4 Reliability differentiation --
10.5 Constraints --
11 Probability-Based Optimization --
11.1 Problem statement --
11.2 Maximum distress probability --
11.3 Minimum distress requirement --
11.4 Target values of $${\dot P_{dt}}$$ and $${\bar P_{dt}}$$ --
12 Direct Method --
12.1 Principles --
12.2 Proportioning based on the direct method --
12.3 Codified design format --
12.4 Merits and drawbacks --
13 Method of Extreme Functions --
13.1 Principles --
13.2 Load and load-effects --
13.3 Resistance --
13.4 Differentiation problem --
13.5 Codified design format --
13.6 Merits and drawbacks --
14 Method of Extreme Values --
14.1 Principles --
14.2 Combinations of adverse events --
14.3 Load and load-effects --
14.4 Resistance variables --
14.5 Differentiation problem --
14.6 Codified design format --
14.7 Partial reliability factors --
14.8 Merits and drawbacks --
15 Reliability Engineering --
15.1 Reliability engineer --
15.2 Reliability assurance --
15.3 Structural codes --
15.4 Quality control and quality assurance --
15.5 Reliability assessment --
16 The Future --
16.1 Position of the structural reliability theory --
16.2 Limitations --
Appendices --
A Log-Normal Distribution --
Tables --
B Beta-4 Probability Paper --
C Summary of Notations and Abbreviations --
D References.
Series Title: Topics in safety, reliability, and quality, 2.
Responsibility: by Milík Tichý.

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This book presents the principal concepts, rules and techniques of structural reliability. It is written primarily for the engineer and will be useful as an introduction to the subject of reliability engineering.

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