How to account for uncertainties in engineering structures?

Actions on structures such as wind, earthquake and machinery vibrations, as well as the capacity of structural elements, the material properties, and the geometry of a structure are typically not known with certainty. STRUREL can account for all types of uncertainties and offers a powerful tool set for setting up probabilistic models of engineering structures/systems.


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Probabilistic analysis via structural reliability methods is the answer!

Our software product STRUREL is the indispensable tool for working with probabilistic models. STRUREL allows to efficiently assess the risk/reliability associated with engineering structures/systems - even if the underlying engineering model is computationally expensive to evaluate. STRUREL was founded at the Technische Universität München (TUM) and has been developed and tested for more than 30 years.

News & Announcements
How to employ a MATLAB limit state function in STRUREL?
We recorded a short tutorial video on how to integrate a MATLAB script as limit state function into STRUREL to perform a structural reliability analysis.
How to employ a Python limit state function in STRUREL?
Integrating a Python model into a reliability analysis is very straightforward in STRUREL. We explain the basic steps using a simple toy example.
Octave script as limit-state function
The latest release of STRUREL offers an external interface to Octave. In a mini-tutorial we show you how Matlab/Octave scripts can be used as limit-state functions in STRUREL:
External interfaces » advanced in-line coding in Strurel
In this post, we explain how advanced in-line coding for coupling external interfaces can be performed within STRUREL:

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