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Lecture: Uncertainty and Artificial Intelligence in Structural Analysis

07.02.2012


Structures should be resistant against a multiplicity of environmental actions during their lifetime. The applications of new materials in engineering practice as well as the evaluation of existing structures require knowledge about the time-dependent behavior. Structural monitoring is a possibility to get information. In addition to in situ monitoring of existing structures, numerical or real tests can be performed to investigate time-dependent material and structural behavior. The obtained data sequences can be used to identify structural parameters, which are required to predict structural responses and to assess serviceability, reliability, and lifetime.

SFB837_Gastvortrag_Freitag_klein2.pdf

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