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The probable failure assessment of structures for nuclear power facilities has bearings on the choice and postulation of the loads and load combinations, since the exact magnitude of the loads encountered in nuclear power plant design cannot be easily predicted. The loads are normally treated as random variables. These loads are generally defined in terms of probability of strength in different components/elements of structures for a nuclear facility.
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