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This research aims to develop a numerical method to determine the fracture strength and simulate crack propagation of glass considering random heterogeneous fracture properties. The concept is based on fracture mechanics, statistics and probability analysis. Using Monte Carlo simulations the statistical information of structural responses will be provided in the lifetime prediction model can be used for predictive modelling and structural design.
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structural glass, flaw distribution, random field analysis, crack propagation, Monte Carlo method, fracture strength

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Daneshfar, Shima. “Assessment of Structural Glass Components by Random Field Analysis.” Recent, Current & near-Future Research on Structural Glass : COST Action TU0905 “Structural Glass : Novel Design Methods and next Generation Products,” edited by Jan Belis, Ghent University Press, 2012, pp. 13–14.
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Daneshfar, S. (2012). Assessment of structural glass components by random field analysis. In J. Belis (Ed.), Recent, current & near-future research on structural glass : COST Action TU0905 “Structural Glass : novel design methods and next generation products” (pp. 13–14). Ghent, Belgium: Ghent University Press.
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Daneshfar, Shima. 2012. “Assessment of Structural Glass Components by Random Field Analysis.” In Recent, Current & near-Future Research on Structural Glass : COST Action TU0905 “Structural Glass : Novel Design Methods and next Generation Products,” edited by Jan Belis, 13–14. Ghent, Belgium: Ghent University Press.
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Daneshfar, Shima. 2012. “Assessment of Structural Glass Components by Random Field Analysis.” In Recent, Current & near-Future Research on Structural Glass : COST Action TU0905 “Structural Glass : Novel Design Methods and next Generation Products,” ed by. Jan Belis, 13–14. Ghent, Belgium: Ghent University Press.
Vancouver
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Daneshfar S. Assessment of structural glass components by random field analysis. In: Belis J, editor. Recent, current & near-future research on structural glass : COST Action TU0905 “Structural Glass : novel design methods and next generation products.” Ghent, Belgium: Ghent University Press; 2012. p. 13–4.
IEEE
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S. Daneshfar, “Assessment of structural glass components by random field analysis,” in Recent, current & near-future research on structural glass : COST Action TU0905 “Structural Glass : novel design methods and next generation products,” Ghent, Belgium, 2012, pp. 13–14.
@inproceedings{2956079,
  abstract     = {{This research aims to develop a numerical method to determine the fracture strength and simulate crack propagation of glass considering random heterogeneous fracture properties. The concept is based on fracture mechanics, statistics and probability analysis. Using Monte Carlo simulations the statistical information of structural responses will be provided in the lifetime prediction model can be used for predictive modelling and structural design.}},
  author       = {{Daneshfar, Shima}},
  booktitle    = {{Recent, current & near-future research on structural glass : COST Action TU0905 'Structural Glass : novel design methods and next generation products'}},
  editor       = {{Belis, Jan}},
  isbn         = {{9789461970299}},
  keywords     = {{structural glass,flaw distribution,random field analysis,crack propagation,Monte Carlo method,fracture strength}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  location     = {{Ghent, Belgium}},
  pages        = {{13--14}},
  publisher    = {{Ghent University Press}},
  title        = {{Assessment of structural glass components by random field analysis}},
  year         = {{2012}},
}