Forensic Engineering: An Introduction to the Investigation, Analysis, Reconstruction, Causality, Risk, Consequence, and Legal Aspects of the Failure of Engineered Products by Sam Brown

Forensic Engineering: An Introduction to the Investigation, Analysis, Reconstruction, Causality, Risk, Consequence, and Legal Aspects of the Failure of Engineered Products Author: Sam Brown
eBook Title: Forensic Engineering: An Introduction to the Investigation, Analysis, Reconstruction, Causality, Risk, Consequence, and Legal Aspects of the Failure of Engineered Products
ISBN10: 0964553600
ISBN13: 978-0964553606
Language: English
Publisher: I S I Pubns (December 1, 1995)
Category: Engineering & Transportation
Subcategory: Engineering
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Size PDF vers.: 1898 kb
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Forensic Engineering may be described as a science that deals with the relationship and application of engineering/scientific facts to reconstruct the sequence of events of an intentional or unintentional failure of an engineered product that led or may lead to economic loss and/or injury; and, to arrive at a conclusion of causal factors and remedies. Forensic Engineering is an effective engineering/scientific means to improve product performance, safety, and cost. When properly applied, Forensic Engineering can define the real technical issues in a design review meeting, hearing, or litigation.

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