On the Application of Conditional Integration in Structural Reliability Analysis

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by W. Ouypornprasert, Univ of Innsbruck, Austria,
C. G. Bucher, Univ of Innsbruck, Austria,
G. I. Schuëller, Univ of Innsbruck, Austria,

Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Structural Safety and Reliability:

Abstract: An accurate, and efficient computational procedure is proposed for structural reliability analysis. The suggested advanced Monte-Carlo simulation utilizes the concept of conditional integration which takes into account the shape of limit-state functions in the generation of samples. An efficient computational scheme to determine approximate analytical limit-state functions, from which the samples will be generated, is also suggested for those cases where no analytical limit-state function is available. Numerical examples show the applicability of the proposed procedure to analyze structural systems in terms of failure probability.

Subject Headings: Structural analysis | Structural reliability | Failure analysis | Risk management | Limit states | Structural failures | Computing in civil engineering | Monte Carlo method | Europe | Monaco | Monte Carlo

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