Probabilistic Risk Assessment: Impact of Human Factors on Nondestructive Evaluation and Sensor Degradation on Structural Health Monitoring (Preprint)
COMPUTATIONAL TOOLS INC GURNEE IL
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Managing human factors in nondestructive evaluation is critical to maintain inspection reliability. Reliability of structural health monitoring systems is particularly sensitive to sensor degradation over time. To investigate the impact of these issues, probabilistic models for risk assessment and cost-benefits analysis have been developed. Quantitative studies are presented evaluating the effects of variations in probability of detection associated with human factors, plus in-situ sensor degradation on life cycle measures such as cost and probability of failure.
- Operations Research
- Test Facilities, Equipment and Methods
- Miscellaneous Detection and Detectors
- Human Factors Engineering and Man Machine Systems