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Title: System reliability-based bridge assessment using the response surface method
Authors: Onoufriou, Toula 
Jo, SungIl
Crocombe, Andrew D.
Keywords: Structural analysis (Engineering)
Concrete bridges
Issue Date: 2005
Source: 5th International Conference on Bridge Management, 2005, Guildford
Abstract: The resistance response surface method (RSM) is known to be a powerful tool for the evaluation of failure probability of complex structures such as bridges. The resistance RSM is addressed in detail in this paper. Loading models for the reliability-based bridge assessment were also addressed. Some assumptions on the traffic loading were made in order to simplify the loading conditions. An actual UK bridge was used as a numerical example. Reliability analyses show that the reliability of a bridge model is dominated mainly by the reliability for a two-lane loading case.
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