Reliability and Optimization of Structural Systems: Proceedings of the 10th IFIP WG7.5 Working Conference, Osaka, Japan, 25-27 March 2002
This volume contains 28 papers including 4 keynote papers presented at the 10th IFIP WG7.5 Working Conference, focusing on the reliability and optimization of structural systems.
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W H Tang R W M Cheung
G Augusti M Gioffre PM Mariano FL Stazi
Y Murotsu N Kogiso
Bridge management system for existing bridge groups
Probabilistic investigation on impact factor of deck slabs due to truck configuration type
Dynamic systems under random impulses driven by a generalized Erlang renewal process
Managing structural failure mode dependence
Webbased safety management system in construction of prestressed concrete bridges
Seismic response characteristics of seismically isolated bridge considering hardening
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AASHTO accident algorithm assumed bias factor buckling calculated codes coefficient of variation column component failure modes composite material computed considered constraints cost deck slabs deterioration diffusion coefficient displacement ductility dynamic elastic Engineering equation estimated evaluated field Furuta girder spacing hardening effect highway bridges hysteretic impact factors in-plane indices Innoshima Bridge Japan Kansai University laminated composite lamination parameters live load load factor LogNormal LogNormal distribution LRFD maintenance plan method micro-cracks normal distribution Nowak obtained Optimization of Structural optimum pier ply failure ply orientation angles Poisson polynomial probabilistic probability density function PWMs random variables RC decks reliability analysis Reliability and Optimization reliability index resistance response sample seismic isolators sensor shear strain shown in Figure span standard deviation statistical parameters steel stiffness stochastic Structural Systems system reliability Table uncertainty vector visual Weibull Weibull distribution wind load