2020 - Member of the National Academy of Construction of the United States
2020 - Foreign Associate of the Engineering Academy of Japan
2017 - Honorary Member of the Romanian Academy
2016 - Foreign Member of the Royal Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts
2015 - Member of Academia Europaea
2010 - Distinguished Member of the American Society of Civil Engineers
2000 - Honorary Member of the Academy of Technical Sciences of Romania
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Reliability, Structural engineering, Reliability engineering, Bridge and Structural system. His research in Reliability intersects with topics in Random variable, Geotechnical engineering, Reinforced concrete, Monte Carlo method and Hazard analysis. The various areas that Dan M. Frangopol examines in his Structural engineering study include Probabilistic logic, Service life and Corrosion.
His Reliability engineering research includes elements of Multi-objective optimization, Structural reliability and Process. His work carried out in the field of Bridge brings together such families of science as Preventive maintenance, Management system, Strategic planning, Bayesian probability and Operations research. His studies deal with areas such as Truss, Field, Systems engineering, Redundancy and Component as well as Structural system.
Dan M. Frangopol mainly investigates Structural engineering, Reliability engineering, Reliability, Probabilistic logic and Bridge. His Structural engineering study frequently involves adjacent topics like Corrosion. His studies in Reliability engineering integrate themes in fields like Structural reliability, Structural system, Process and Structural health monitoring.
The Reliability study combines topics in areas such as Service life, Random variable, Sensitivity, Bridge and Monte Carlo method. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Forensic engineering and Bridge.
Dan M. Frangopol mostly deals with Structural engineering, Reliability engineering, Reliability, Bridge and Risk analysis. His research integrates issues of Corrosion resistant, Corrosion and Nonlinear system in his study of Structural engineering. His research in Reliability engineering intersects with topics in Risk assessment, Probabilistic logic, Decision support system and Structural health monitoring.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Damage detection and Process. His Reliability research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Bridge and Reinforced concrete. Dan M. Frangopol works mostly in the field of Bridge, limiting it down to topics relating to Forensic engineering and, in certain cases, Resilience, as a part of the same area of interest.
Dan M. Frangopol spends much of his time researching Structural engineering, Reliability engineering, Reliability, Probabilistic logic and Risk analysis. Dan M. Frangopol combines subjects such as Geotechnical engineering, Gumbel distribution and Corrosion with his study of Structural engineering. His Reliability engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Fatigue damage, Structural health monitoring, Order, Decision support system and Process.
His study in Reliability is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Bridge, Service life and Engineering design process. Dan M. Frangopol has included themes like Serviceability, Civil engineering and Damage detection in his Probabilistic logic study. His Risk analysis research includes themes of Key, Risk management and Resilience.
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Life-cycle cost design of deteriorating structures
Dan M. Frangopol;Kai-Yung Lin;Allen C. Estes.
RELIABILITY-BASED LIFE-CYCLE MANAGEMENT OF HIGHWAY BRIDGES
Dan M. Frangopol;Jung S. Kong;Emhaidy S. Gharaibeh.
Maintenance and management of civil infrastructure based on condition, safety, optimization, and life-cycle cost∗
Dan M. Frangopol;Min Liu.
Probabilistic models for life‐cycle performance of deteriorating structures: review and future directions
Dan M Frangopol;Maarten-Jan Kallen;Jan M van Noortwijk.
Effects of Damage and Redundancy on Structural Reliability
Dan M. Frangopol;James P. Curley.
Resilience and Sustainability of Civil Infrastructure: Toward a Unified Approach
Paolo Bocchini;Dan M. Frangopol;Thomas Ummenhofer;Tim Zinke.
Probabilistic analysis of resistance degradation of reinforced concrete bridge beams under corrosion
Michael P. Enright;Dan M. Frangopol.
Structural Health Monitoring and Reliability Estimation: Long Span Truss Bridge Application With Environmental Monitoring Data
F. Necati Catbas;Melih Susoy;Dan M. Frangopol.
Bridge Reliability Assessment Based on Monitoring
Dan M. Frangopol;Alfred Strauss;Sunyong Kim.
Life-cycle reliability-based maintenance cost optimization of deteriorating structures with emphasis on bridges
Jung S. Kong;Dan M. Frangopol.
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