Analyzing Uncertainty in Civil Engineering Book

This Book addresses the issue of uncertainty in civil
engineering from design to construction. Failures do occur in practice.
Attributing them to a residual risk or a faulty execution of the project does
not properly cover the range of causes. A closer scrutiny of the design, the
engineering model, the data, the soil-structure-interaction and the model
assumptions is required. Usually, the uncertainties in initial and boundary
conditions as well as material parameters are abundant. Current engineering
practice often leaves these issues aside, despite the fact that new scientific tools
have been developed in the past decades that allow a rational description of
uncertainties of all kinds, from model uncertainty to data uncertainty.
Analyzing Uncertainty in Civil Engineering Book
It is the aim of this volume to have a critical look at
current engineering risk concepts in order to raise awareness of uncertainty in
numerical computations, shortcomings of a strictly probabilistic safety
concept, geotechnical models of failure mechanisms and their implications for
construction management, execution, and the juristic question as to who has to
take responsibility. In addition, a number of the new procedures for modelling
uncertainty are explained.

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Title of the Book

Analyzing Uncertainty in Civil Engineering

Authors of the Book

W. Fellin, H. Lessmann, M. Oberguaggenberger,  R. Vieider


Contents of the Book 

  • Assessment of characteristic shear strength parameters of
    soil and its implication in geotechnical design
  • Ambiguity of safety definition in geotechnical models
  • The fuzziness and sensitivity of failure probabilities
  • The mathematics of uncertainty models, methods and
    interpretations
  • Multi-parameter models : rules and computational methods for
    combining uncertainty
  •   Sensitivity analysis
  • Difficulties related to numerical predictions of deformations
  • FE ultimate load analysis of pile-supported pipelines –
    tackling uncertainty in a real design problem
  • The implications of geotechnical model uncertainty for
    construction management
  • Fuzzy probabilistic and stochastic modeling of an
    elastically bedded beam
  • Queueing model with fuzzy data in construction management
  • Fuzzy models in geotechnical engineering and construction
    management
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