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Reliability of Elements with Deterministic Limit Load

  • Oleksandr Grynchenko
  • Oleksiy Alfyorov
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Abstract

Sudden mechanical failures of elements and systems in mobile machines are mainly due to repeatedly random extreme loads, which can jump at least once exceed the load capacity and lead to quasistatic destruction or occurrence of unacceptable residual deformations. The limit load of each element for this type of failure should also be considered as a random variable and therefore the patterns of sudden mechanical failures are stochastic. An essential feature of the model under consideration to predict a sudden mechanical failure is that its risk is not associated with accumulation of damage and does not depend on the history of loads; it does not affect the limit load.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Oleksandr Grynchenko
    • 1
  • Oleksiy Alfyorov
    • 1
  1. 1.Vasylenko National Technical University of AgricultureKharkovUkraine

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