Developing Expert Systems for Structural Diagnostics and Reliability Assessment at J.R.C.
The on-going activities at JRC-Ispra on structural diagnostics and reliability tackle the problem of the assessment of the degree of deterioration of the integrity of structures and of the quantification of their residual safety margins during service life or, in other words, of the remnant lifetime.
KeywordsExpert System Residual Lifetime Inspection Technique NATO Advance Study Institute Qualitative Knowledge
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