Uncertainty Quantification in the Comparison of Structural Criterions of Failure

YASAR YANIK, Samuel da Silva, Americo Cunha Jr
2018 Anais do X Congresso Nacional de Engenharia Mecânica   unpublished
Uncertainty Quantification is a discipline which deals with the quantitative description and reduction of uncertainties in real world applications. It tries to find out how likely certain results are in a few parts of the system are not precisely known. Furthermore, failure theory is the investigation of predicting the circumstances under which solid materials under the processing of external loads. The Failure Theory is known as different failure criteria such as Von Mises and Tresca which are
more » ... the most famous of these for certain materials. In this context, this paper is going to show a comparison between Tresca and Von Mises failure criterions, taking into account the underlying uncertainties in the constitutive equations and stress analysis.
doi:10.26678/abcm.conem2018.con18-1176 fatcat:7lpkc3ecb5ckvbpfhxyhcbndkm