There is a growing demand from institutional bodies for the justification of industrial methodologies and practices (e.g. safety criteria, environmental protection and control, maintenance and design optimization). Previous books in this area have either been too theoretical, or too specific in their scope. Uncertainty in Industrial Practice
aims to provide a practical reference on uncertainty treatment for all types of industry, enabling the adoption of universal practices. The book is built upon a wide range of examples taken from within relevant industries, including nuclear technology, aeronautics, civil structures, and mechanical engineering.