Reliability of Multistate Structural Systemsby Michel Ghosn, CCNY, United States,
Abstract: The theory of system reliability consists of establishing the relationship between the reliability of a complex system and the reliability of its components. Often, the system and its components are considered to be either functioning or failed; in reality, they are capable of assuming a range of performance levels varying from perfect functioning to complete failure. This paper attempts to develop a structural reliability methodology that accounts for various states of damage to the components and the overall structural system.
Subject Headings: System reliability | Structural reliability | Structural systems | Damage (structural) | Structural analysis | Failure analysis
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