How to account for uncertainties in engineering structures?

Actions on structures such as wind, earthquake, machinery vibrations, as well as the capacity of structural elements, the material properties and the geometry of structure can fluctuate randomly.

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Probabilistic analysis via structural reliability methods is the answer!

Our software product STRUREL is the indispensable tool for effective and safe engineering computations. STRUREL was founded at the Technische Universität München (TUM) and has been developed and tested for more than 30 years.

News & Announcements
The new release of STRUREL is available. We have added many helpful features to our software packages COMREL, SYSREL and COSTREL. Most notably, we extended the external interface of STRUREL: All our packages can now be coupled to C/C++, FORTRAN, Maplesoft Maple, Wolfram Mathematica, MathWorks Matlab, Python and Ruby.
16.11.2020
There is still a small number of seats available for our short course on ‘Uncertainty and Reliability in Engineering’, which takes place in Munich on December 2 to 3.
15.11.2019
This is a reminder that we organize a short course on ‘Uncertainty and Reliability in Engineering’. It takes place in Munich on December 2 to 3.
23.09.2019
Once more, we organize a short course on ‘Uncertainty and Reliability in Engineering’. It will take place in Munich on December 2 to 3.
22.08.2019

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