Effects of Damage and Redundancy on Structural Performance: Proceedings of a Session
Dan M. Frangopol
The Society, Jan 1, 1987 - Technology & Engineering - 85 pages
There are numerous factors involved in the interrelationship between damage states, redundancy, system strength and structural performance. This volume examines some of these factors. Topics covered include: damage accumulation models for structural materials, damage corrosion models for steel girder bridges, and more.
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Damage States Redundancy and System Strength 0A
Evaluation of Structural Damage and Redundancy
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100 ft span analysis applied load ASCE assumed basic events bridge loss brittle behavior bundle calculated capacity of member Civil Engineering coefficient of variation components compound Poisson processes considered corrosion rates crevice corrosion Damage and Redundancy Damage Level damage matrix damage to member damaged collapse load damaged structures deterioration ductile Earthquake Equation Evaluation example failure of member Falsework fault tree fault tree analysis fibers Figure Frangopol Fumal function galvanic corrosion Hadipriono imposed damage Indeterminate Truss Kemper Arena live load loss Matrices member 9 member damage condition mils/year mils/yr paper parameters perfectly-ductile behavior probabilistic probability pseudo event random variables redistribution reduction redundant factor Reserve Capacity kips sample problem saxouaxoxjap Shinozuka shown in Fig structural damage Structural Engineering structural redundancy structural system system capacity system strength top event Truss in Fig truss system truss versus undamaged versus Expected Damage weathering steel yielding strength