Published: Jan 1983
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A method is presented for computing the probability of failure of structural members exposed to spectrum loading conditions and subjected to periodic inspections.
The output is failure probability as a function of service exposure time. The effects of perturbations in the severity of service exposure and variations in inspection effectiveness and inspection period length are demonstrated.
failure probability, spectrum loading, crack growth, initial equivalent flaw distribution, periodic inspection effects, fatigue (materials), fracture mechanics, probabilistic fracture mechanics