Outcrossing Rates By Point Crossing Method

by Peter Bjerager, Stanford Univ, United States,
Steven R. Winterstein, Stanford Univ, United States,
C. Allin Cornell, Stanford Univ, United States,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Probabilistic Methods in Civil Engineering

Abstract: The point crossing method is applied to compute outcrossing rates for general safe domains, i.e., nonlinear load combinations problems. For stationary processes the method typically yields conservative approximations. Application of the method is shown for a set of simple test problems with Gaussian processes.

Subject Headings: Stationary processes | Gaussian process | Load combinations | Load factors | Structural analysis | Load tests | High-rise buildings | Safety

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