Physical and Polynomial Response Surfaces

Abstract : Generally, structural reliability analysis is based on the supply of mechanical and probabilistic models and a limit state function. In this chapter, we first define a mechanical model that describes structural behavior. In a general sense, the mathematical transfer function $M$ allows us to evaluate the influence of loading with the knowledge of input parameters (or stimuli) that describe the structure and its environment. These parameters constitute the vector $x$. The model response is denoted here as $y=\mathcal M (x)$.
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Construction Reliability: Safety, Variability and Sustainability, pp.123-146, 2012, 9781848212305
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Frédéric Duprat, Franck Schoefs, Bruno Sudret. Physical and Polynomial Response Surfaces. Construction Reliability: Safety, Variability and Sustainability, pp.123-146, 2012, 9781848212305. 〈hal-01007519〉

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