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Furthermore, a method to infer the material failure probability or strength distribution from the median size effect obtained from experiments or Monte Carlo simulations is formulated. Compared to the direct estimation of the histogram, which would require more than ten million test repetitions, the size effect method requires only a few typically about six tests for each of three or four structure sizes to obtain a tight upper bound on the failure probability distribution. Finally, comparisons of the model predictions and actual histograms are presented.
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The course is addressed to academic and industrial researchers materials scientists, mechanical engineers, applied physicists working on or interested in studying the thermomechanical properties of microstructured materials such as composites, metals and ceramics. While an introduction into the methods involved in studying the mechanics of microstructured materials will be an integral part of the course, a basic familiarity of the participants with continuum mechanics is assumed. Upon agreement between CISM representatives, course coordinators and the director of the specific doctoral school, short courses can award credits for doctoral programmes.