Forensic engineering: an introduction to the investigation, analysis, reconstruction, causality, risk, consequence, and legal aspects of the failure of engineered products
This book provides extensive coverage of all the engineering aspects of product liability from the design review stage to failure analysis to preparation for legal proceedings. It will greatly help you understand the engineering and scientific viewpoints of product failures as well as provide a technical framework for litigation.
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An Elusive Goal
Legal Implications of Codes and Standards
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