A.C.W.M. Vrouwenvelder

Msc. Delft University of Technology


Ton Vrouwenvelder, born 28 September 1947, received his civil engineering education at Delft University where he now is a part-time professor in structural mechanics and structural reliability. His present main occupation is senior researcher at TNO Building and Construction Research in The Netherlands. He is involved in national as well as international projects in the fields of structural mechanics and structural reliability. He is a member of many national and international research and code committees and the present president of the Joint Committee on Structural Safety.

Research interests

Structural mechanics, Random load modeling, Risk and reliability analysis, Fatigue and fracture mechanics, Durability of structures

Secondary employment

Primary function TNO construction

Recent Publications

  • W. Guijt, A.C.W.M. Vrouwenvelder, A.M. Gresnigt, G.J. Dijkstra (2004)
    Safety concepts in the new Dutch Pipeline Standard NEN 3650, ISOPE-2004-, Toulon, 2004 Paper no. AMG-01
  • W. Hoeckman and A. Vrouwenvelder (2004)
    Wind-Induced Vibration of Tubular Diagonals of the Werkspoorbridge, Structural Engineering International, vol. 14, number 4, November 2004
  • Y. Li, T. Vrouwenvelder, G.H. Wijnants and J. Walraven (2004)
    Spatial variability of concrete deterioration and repair strategies, Structural Concrete, Thomas Telford, 2004.5 no 3
  • T. Vrouwenvelder, .M.H. Faber, M. Chryssanthopoulos (2003)
    Mission and work Programm of the Joint Committee on Structural Safety, Applications of Statistics and Probability in Civil Engineering, Der Kiureghian, Madanat & Pestana (eds). 2003 Millpress, Rotterdam, ISBN, 90 5966 004 8, p. 989-994.
  • Cheng, P.W., Kuik, G.A.M., van Bussel, G.J.W. and Vrouwenvelder, A.C.W.M. (2002)
    Bayesian Analysis Applied to Statistical Uncertainties of Extreme Response Distributions of Offshore Wind Turbines, Wind Engineering, Volume 26, No. 3, 2002, p. 157 - 169, Multi-Science Publishing Company, UK.

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