Reliability of A Structure

Discussion in 'Cycling Equipment' started by Bretcahill, Nov 3, 2003.

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  1. Bretcahill

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    You have a bell curve of a projected load and a bell curve of the projected failure strength of a
    structure.

    How do you determine the reliability curve?

    Bret Cahill
     
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    > You have a bell curve of a projected load and a bell curve of the
    projected
    > failure strength of a structure.
    >
    > How do you determine the reliability curve?

    The reliability function (aka the survival function) is the complement of the cdf: P[T>t].

    If you're asking about reliability, where is the relative frequency of failure as a
    function of time?

    Or are you about something other than reliability?

    Scott-
     
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