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Probabilistic mechanical design - Edward B.

Haugen - 1980 - Wiley, 1980


- 9780471058472 - 626 pages
Probabilistic mechanical design
Fatigue Design
Fundamentals of mechanical component design
Reliability, Stress Analysis, and Failure Prevention
Methods in Mechanical Design
Engineering Applications of Reliability:.
Metal fatigue
The main par t of the book is Chapter 2, which applies pr obability and computer analysis to fatigue, design, and var iations of both. The essence of this chapter is the ideas pr esented in Metal Fatigue (1959) edited by Geor ge Sines and J. L. Waisman and consider s the pr oblem of having to deal with a limited amount of engineer ing data. This book is an
extension of Haugenâ ™s book Pr obabilistic Mechanical Design (1980) with applications. B uy a cheap copy of Pr obabilistic Mechanical Design book by Edwar d B . Haugen. Focuses on the pr oblem of engineer ing design based on the behavior of r andom var iables. Gives numer ous examples for deter mining r eliability specifications in which Fr ee
shipping over $10. Focuses on the pr oblem of engineer ing design based on the behavior of r andom var iables. Gives numer ous examples for deter mining r eliability specifications in which both over - and under - designing can be avoided. PR OMWNV IR , the pr obabilistic mechanical design envir onment, is an advanced meta computing tool for
per for ming stochastic analysis of gener ic physical systems. Stochastic analysis, whether applied to str uctur al mechanics or computational fluid mechanics, is a technique which enables one to take into account the scatter that is nor mally pr esent in near ly all the data managed by engineer s. The tool is based on moder n Monte Car lo techniques.
Pr obabilistic Mechanical Design. Mil HDB K- 5F. NewYor k: Elsevier Publishing Co. Gr ube KR . (2.A pplicationof Pr obability to Mechanical Design 49 Eq. Someof the values quoted in the liter atur e and [2. (2.19. The case of E.16) ~2= 1- - z ~2 +~z~ Zz ]A 2y x r - y or  ¯ 2. (2. This means all the var iables in the equation ar e independent of each other and a
single var iable can be changed without changing the value of the r est.18] and Miscke [2.2.1.42] for both cor r elated and uncor r elated var iables. Pr obabilistic Design Methodology for Composite A ir cr aft Str uctur es. June 1999 Final R epor t. 1.4 GENER A L CONCEPT. The foundation of pr obabilistic design involves basing design cr iter ia on r eliability
tar gets instead of deter ministic cr iter ia. Design par ameter s such as applied loads, mater ial str ength, and oper ational par ameter s ar e r esear ched and/or measur ed, then statistically defined. A pr obabilistic analysis model is developed for the entir e system and solutions per for med to yield failur e pr obabilities.