Probabilistic Assessment to Analyze of Steel Hall Collapse due to Extreme Wind Impact

J. Kralik and J. Kralik, jr.
Department of Structural Mechanics,
Faculty of Civil Engineering,
Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava,
810 05 Bratislava, Slovakia
Received 28/02/2020, Revised 21/07/2020, Accepted 28/10/2020
Abstract: Engineering structures are designed to resist all expected loadings without failure. However, structural failures do happen occasionally, mainly due to inadequate design and construction, especially for extreme loads. The main aim of this contribution is to find out the maximum load carrying capacity of the steel frame. Account is taken of nonlinear material behavior and geometry of member, in combination of the stability analysis.
� European Society of Computational Methods in Sciences and Engineering
Keywords: Extreme wind, nonlinearity, probability, sensitivity, NPP, RSM, FEM, ANSYS
Mathematics Subject Classification: 00A69, 49Mxx


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