Probabilistic Methods in Geotechnical Engineering / Edition 1

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Learn to use probabilistic techniques to solve problems in geotechnical engineering. The book reviews the statistical theories needed to develop the methodologies and interpret the results. Next, the authors explore probabilistic methods of analysis, such as the first order second moment method, the point estimate method, and random set theory. Examples and case histories guide you step by step in applying the techniques to particular problems.

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Review of Probability Theory, Random Variables, and Random Fields (Gordon A. Fenton, D. V. Griffiths).- Tools and Strategies for Dealing with Uncertainty in Geotechnics (F. Nadim).- Basic Concepts and Applications of Point Estimate Methods in Geotechnical Engineering (Helmut F. Schweiger, Robert Thurner).- Basic Concepts and Applications of Random Sets in Geotechnical Engineering (Helmut F. Schweiger, Gerd Peschl).- On Some Aspects of Reliability Computations in Bearing Capacity of Shallow Foundations (W. Pula).- Application of the Response Surface Method (W. Pula, Jerzy Bauer).- Reliability of Laterally Loaded Rigid Piles (W. Pula).- Case History: Pile Foundations of a Large Gantry Crane (W. Pula, Jaroslaw Rybak).- Random Field Generation and the Local Average Subdivision Method (Gordon A. Fenton, D. V. Griffiths).- The Random Finite Element Method (RFEM) in Steady Seepage Analysis (D. V. Griffiths, Gordon A. Fenton).- The Random Finite Element Method (RFEM) in Settlement Analysis (Gordon A. Fenton, D. V. Griffiths, W. Cavers).- The Random Finite Element Method (RFEM) in Mine Pillar Stability Analysis (D. V. Griffiths, Gordon A. Fenton, Carisa B. Lemons).- The Random Finite Element Method (RFEM) in Bearing Capacity Analysis (Gordon A. Fenton, C. V. Griffiths).- The Random Finite Element Method (RFEM) in Slope Stability Analysis (C. V. Griffiths, Gordon A. Fenton).

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