Chensen Ding
University of Exeter
Expected valueMonte Carlo methodStandard deviationIsogeometric analysisApplied mathematicsUncertainty quantificationMathematicsRepresentation (mathematics)Displacement (vector)Stochastic process
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#1Chensen Ding (University of Exeter)
#1Chensen Ding (University of Exeter)
Last. Stéphane Bordas (Cardiff University)H-Index: 65
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This work models spatially uncorrelated (independent) load uncertainty and develops a reduced-order Monte Carlo stochastic isogeometric method to quantify the effect of the load uncertainty on the structural response of thin shells and solid structures. The approach is tested on two demonstrative applications of uncertainty, namely, spatially uncorrelated loading, with (1) Scordelis–Lo Roof shell structure, and (2) a 3D wind turbine blade. This work has three novelties. Firstly, the research mod...