Steven R. Winterstein
Steven R. Winterstein
Principal Engineer, Probability-Based Engineering
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Nonlinear vibration models for extremes and fatigue
SR Winterstein
Journal of Engineering Mechanics 114 (10), 1772-1790, 1988
5831988
Environmental parameters for extreme response: Inverse FORM with omission factors
SR Winterstein, TC Ude, CA Cornell, P Bjerager, S Haver
Proc. 6th Int. Conf. on Structural Safety and Reliability, Innsbruck, Austria, 1993
3731993
Environmental contour lines: A method for estimating long term extremes by a short term analysis
S Haver, SR Winterstein
Transactions of the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers 116 …, 2009
1562009
Temporal and magnitude dependence in earthquake recurrence models
C Allin Cornell, SR Winterstein
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 78 (4), 1522-1537, 1988
1441988
Non-normal responses and fatigue damage
SR Winterstein
Journal of Engineering Mechanics 111 (10), 1291-1295, 1985
1351985
Moment-based load and response models with wind engineering applications
SR Winterstein, T Kashef
J. Sol. Energy Eng. 122 (3), 122-128, 2000
1012000
On the skewness of random surface waves
T Marthinsen, SR Winterstein
Proceedings of the Second International Offshore and Polar Engineering …, 1992
971992
Springing and slow-drift responses: predicted extremes and fatigue vs. simulation
SR Winterstein, TC Ude, G Kleiven
Proceedings, Behaviour of Offshore Structures at Sea -- BOSS-94 3, 1-15, 1994
951994
A hybrid recurrence model and its implication on seismic hazard results
SC Wu, CA Cornell, SR Winterstein
Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 85 (1), 1-16, 1995
731995
Application of measured loads to wind turbine fatigue and reliability analysis
PS Veers, SR Winterstein
661998
Probabilistic seismic demand analysis of controlled steel moment‐resisting frame structures
LR Barroso, S Winterstein
Earthquake engineering & structural dynamics 31 (12), 2049-2066, 2002
642002
Parametric models for estimating wind turbine fatigue loads for design
L Manuel, PS Veers, SR Winterstein
J. Sol. Energy Eng. 123 (4), 346-355, 2001
592001
Extremes of nonlinear vibration: models based on moments, L-moments, and maximum entropy
SR Winterstein, CA MacKenzie
Proceedings, 30th International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic …, 2011
57*2011
Reliability of floating structures: extreme response and load factor design
SR Winterstein, AK Jha, S Kumar
Journal of waterway, port, coastal, and ocean engineering 125 (4), 163-169, 1999
561999
Reliability of floating structures: extreme response and load factor design
SR Winterstein, AK Jha, S Kumar
Journal of waterway, port, coastal, and ocean engineering 125 (4), 163-169, 1999
561999
Predicting design wind turbine loads from limited data: Comparing random process and random peak models
LRM Fitzwater, SR Winterstein
J. Sol. Energy Eng. 123 (4), 364-371, 2001
542001
Fatigue damage in the side shells of ships
PF Hansen, SR Winterstein
Marine Structures 8 (6), 631-655, 1995
531995
Moment-based Hermite models of random vibration
SR Winterstein
Rapp./Danmarks tekniske h@ 0ojskole. Afdelingen for baerende konstruktioner, 1987
491987
Volterra models of ocean structures: Extreme and fatigue reliability
SR Winterstein, TC Ude, T Marthinsen
Journal of Engineering Mechanics 120 (6), 1369-1385, 1994
481994
Reliability-based prediction of design loads and responses for floating ocean structures
SR Winterstein, K Engebretsen
Proc., 17th Intl. Offshore Mech. Arctic Eng. Symp, 1998
461998
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