What are the main reasons for choosing the probabilistic limit states philosophy of LRFD over the deterministic design philosophy of ASD?
2. Discuss the influence that residual stresses had on the selection of a limit states design philosophy.
3. The AASHTO LRFD basic design expression includes a load modifier term η. What is the purpose of this modifier? Why is it on the load side of the inequality?
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