3. Obiective of this exercise: To illustrate (in a simplistic manner) the procedure that limit states codes have used to come up with the partial safety factors for all), 01L , ...associated with dead, live loads, etc. The process starts with a specified target probabilities of failures (items 3.a, 3.b) followed by a determination of load factors (item 3c). The dead load acting on a structure has an average value D1=120kN and a coefficient of variation of 0.2 while the live load has an average value LI = 90kN with a coefﬁcient of variation of 0.5.
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