Publisher : The Korean Institute of Building Construction
DOI : 10.5345/JKIBC.2016.16.1.077
Title & Authors
Reinforcing Method for the Protective Capacities of Dispersal and Combat Facilities using Logistic Regression Park, Young Jun; Park, Sangjin; Yu, Yeong-Jin; Kim, Taehui; Son, Kiyoung;
This study provides the numerical model to assess retrofit and strengthen levels in the dispersal and combat facilities. First of all, it is verified that direct-hitting projectiles are more destructive to the structures rather than close-falling bombs with explosion tests. The protective capacity of dispersal and combat facilities, which are modeled with soil uncertainty and structural field data, is analyzed through finite element method. With structural survivability and facility data, the logistic regression model is drawn. This model could be used to determine the level of the retrofit and strengthen in the dispersal and combat facilities of contact areas. For more reliable model, it could be better to identify more significant factors and adapt non-linear model. In addition, for adapting this model on the spot, appropriate strengthen levels should be determined by hands on staffs associated with military facilities.
explosion verification test;finite element analysis;logistic regression;protective capacity reinforcement;dispersal facility;combat facility;
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