Polynomial chaos can also be used to represent random functions, but for that purpose something called a Karhunen-Lòeve expansion is also needed.
For analysing uncertain systems, something called polynomial chaos can be used. Despite the horrible name, it is actually quite simple. Read to learn!
Uncertainty quantification requires determining the sources of uncertainty, such as deviations in the product dimensions. Here’s how to do it.
Uncertainty quantification is one of the biggest engineering topics of the last decade or so. Read to learn what it is, and why it’s important!