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Topic in Depth - Forensic Engineering

The field of forensic engineering involves the study of products, materials, and structures that fail to function properly. Forensic engineers investigate the problem to locate the source of the failure in order to improve the product or structure. ...
National Academy of Forensic...
The National Academy of Forensic Engineers provides a short definition of forensic engineering here. After reading through the definition, click the "Menu"...
Materials Evaluation and...
This website from Materials Evaluation and Engineering, Inc., which specializes in the analysis of product failures, points out that materials engineering is...
Kenneth L. Carper's Commentary on...
Given the role forensic engineers play in legal disputes, research in forensic engineering is also a topic on this engineering ethics website. In this...
Forensic-Evidence.com
Forensic-Evidence.com offers The Forensic Center Newsletter, which aims "to stimulate interdisciplinary efforts and research that unite, explore, and advance...
Building Science Corporation
Internationally recognized firm and valuable website for expertise in moisture dynamics, indoor air quality, and forensic (building failure) investigations....



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