Applicability of First Order Reliability Methods A State of the Art
This paper introduces First-Order Reliability Methods (FORM) and presents in a condensed form examples from recent applications of FORM in structural analyses.
KeywordsReturn Period Fatigue Crack Growth Failure Probability Fault Tree Limit State Function
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