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The stochastic finite element method

Michael Kleiber

The stochastic finite element method

basic perturbation technique and computer implementation

by Michael Kleiber

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Published by Wiley in Chichester .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMichael Kleiber, Tran Duong Hien.
ContributionsTran, Duong Hien.
The Physical Object
Paginationxiv,322p. :
Number of Pages322
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21475360M
ISBN 10047193626X

Huh, J., and Haldar, A., Chapter 24 - Reliability Assessment of an Unbraced Frame with Leaning Columns using Stochastic Finite Element Method, Probabilistic Assessment of Structures using Monte Carlo Simulation, 2 nd Edition, edited by Marek, P., J. Brozzetti, and M. Gustar, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Praha, Czech Republic, The Stochastic Finite Element Method. Marcin Kamiński. Book Author(s): Marcin Kamiński. Department of Structural Mechanics, Technical University of Łódź, Poland. Search for more papers by this author. First published: 17 January Stochastic Finite Element Method Equations.

1. Introduction. Material properties, geometry parameters and applied loads of the structure are assumed to be stochastic. Although the finite element method analysis of complicated structures has become a generally widespread and accepted numerical method in the world, regarding the given factors as constants can not apparently correspond to the reality of a : Mo Wenhui. In numerical analysis, the interval finite element method (interval FEM) is a finite element method that uses interval parameters. Interval FEM can be applied in situations where it is not possible to get reliable probabilistic characteristics of the structure. This is important in concrete structures, wood structures, geomechanics, composite structures, biomechanics and in many other areas.

Local Integration Method in Stochastic Finite Element Analysis. This paper, introducing local integration method, proposes a new stochastic finite element method for estimating the response variability of multi-dimensional stochastic systems. Young's modulus is considered to have spatial variation and is idealized as a multi-dimensional, continuous, Gaussian, stochastic by: 5. SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis , Abstract | PDF ( KB) () Application of Stochastic Finite Element Methods to Study the Sensitivity Cited by:


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Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. The first complete guide to using the Stochastic Finite Element Method for reliability assessment Unlike other analytical reliability estimation techniques, the Stochastic Finite Element Method (SFEM) can be used for both implicit and explicit performance functions, making it a particularly powerful and robust tool for today's by: The book covers the basic topics of computational stochastic mechanics focusing on the stochastic analysis of structural systems in the framework of the finite element method.

The target audience primarily comprises students in a postgraduate program specializing in structural engineering but the book may also be beneficial to practicing.

The stochastic finite element method is an extension of the FEM that considers the uncertainty of a system that arises through variations in initial conditions, materials or geometry.

Discrepancies frequently occur between a physical system's responses and predictions obtained from mathematical models. The Spectral Stochastic Finite Element Method (SSFEM) has proven successful at forecasting a variety of uncertainties in calculating system responses.

This text analyzes a class of discrete mathematical models of engineering systems, identifying key issues and. The book provides a self-contained treatment of stochastic finite element methods.

It helps the reader to establish a solid background on stochastic and reliability analysis of structural systems and enables practicing engineers to better manage the concepts of analysis and design in the presence of uncertainty. Thus, the problem is cast in a finite dimensional setting.

Then, various spectral approximations for the stochastic response of the system are obtained based on different criteria. Implementing the concept of Generalized Inverse as defined by the Neumann Ex­ pansion, leads to an explicit expression for the response process as a multivariate.

This chapter gives an overview of finite element related methods for the solution of problems in which the system has random properties. The notion of stochastic variables and fields is introduced.

Interval Finite Element Method with MATLAB provides a thorough introduction to an effective way of investigating problems involving uncertainty using computational modeling. The well-known and versatile Finite Element Method (FEM) is combined with the concept of interval uncertainties to develop the Interval Finite Element Method (IFEM).

An interval or stochastic environment in parameters and 5/5(7). Fuzzy stochastic finite element method Bemd Moller*, Wolfgang Graf, Michael Beer, Jan-Uwe Sickert Institute of Structural Analysis, Dresden University of Technology, Mommsenstra D Dresden, Germany Abstract Using fuzzy random functions it is possible to mathematically describe uncertainty characterized by fuzzy : Bernd Möller, Wolfgang Graf, Michael Beer, Jan-Uwe Sickert.

This monograph considers engineering systems with random parame­ ters. Its context, format, and timing are correlated with the intention of accelerating the evolution of the challenging field of Stochastic Finite Elements.

The random system parameters are modeled as second order stochastic. The well-known and versatile Finite Element Method (FEM) is combined with the concept of interval uncertainties to develop the Interval Finite Element Method (IFEM).

An interval or stochastic environment in parameters and variables is used in place of crisp ones to make the governing equations interval, thereby allowing modeling of the problem.

A 2D plane stress solid with uncertain elasticity modulus and subjected to deterministic distributed load is analyzed by the spectral stochastic finite element method. This reference example is described in Sec.(): "Stochastic finite elements: A spectral approach" by Ghanem and s: 1.

Later chapters apply the theory of random fields to the numerical solution of elliptic PDEs with correlated random data, discuss the Monte Carlo method, and introduce stochastic Galerkin finite-element by: The first complete guide to using the Stochastic Finite Element Method for reliability assessment Unlike other analytical reliability estimation techniques, the Stochastic Finite Element Method (SFEM) can be used for both implicit and explicit performance functions, making it a particularly powerful and robust tool for todays engineer.

This book, written by two pioneers in SFEM-based. Fundamentals of Finite Element Method 2. Finite Element Method for Stochastic Structures - A Review and Improvement 3.

Finite Element Method for Stochastic Structures Based on Exact Inverse of Stiffness Matrix 4. FEM Based on Direct Exact Inverse of Stiffness Matrix 5. Variational Principles-Based FEM for Stochastic Beams : Isaac Elishakoff.

One of the first books to provide in-depth and systematic application of finite element methods to the field of stochastic structural dynamics The parallel developments of the Finite Element Methods in the &#;s and the engineering applications of stochastic processes in the Pages: Discrepancies frequently occur between a physical system's responses and predictions obtained from mathematical models.

The Spectral Stochastic Finite Element Method (SSFEM) has proven successful at forecasting a variety of uncertainties in calculating system responses.

Direct Integration Methods for Temporally and Spatially Stochastic Nonlinear Structural Systems Perturbation Approximation Techniques and Stochastic Finite Element Methods Stochastic finite element method Statistical moments of responses Solution procedure and computational steps Concluding.

() Full-discrete finite element method for the stochastic elastic equation driven by additive noise. Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equationsn/a-n/a. () Weak convergence of finite element approximations of linear stochastic evolution equations with additive noise by:.

See also the complete list of RFEM Publications. InDrs. G.A. Fenton and D.V. Griffiths combined random field simulation with the finite element method to produce the Random Finite Element Method, or method has been used to investigate the random behaviour of soils in the context of a variety of classical geotechnical problems, ranging from settlement of shallow foundations to.Wu K, Tang H and Xiu D () A stochastic Galerkin method for first-order quasilinear hyperbolic systems with uncertainty, Journal of Computational Physics, C, (), Online publication date: 15 .One of the first books to provide in-depth and systematic application of finite element methods to the field of stochastic structural dynamics The parallel developments of the Finite Element Methods in the s and the engineering applications of stochastic processes in the s provided a combined numerical analysis tool for the studies of dynamics of structures and structural systems under.