Summarizing the career and life of Albert Einstein would be difficult… to associate him with forensic engineering even more so! For many of us, he's that shaggy-haired scientist, sticking his tongue out and shouting "E=mc²." However, this pop culture image doesn't really do justice to the political and global influence he had throughout his life.
There is a large variety of heavy vehicles out there and, though these machines are built to be durable, they operate in a multitude of environments and undergo enormous variation in stresses. Many things can go wrong with these expensive vehicles, including fire losses. To find out more about this topic, we sat down with Geoff Wowk, a Forensic Engineer from our Edmonton office.
There are people like that who are born under a lucky star or… under the right tree! Yes, legend has it that Isaac Newton developed the theory of gravity after seeing an apple fall from his apple tree. He probably thought to himself "Why did it fall?" as he ate it. Isaac Newton is about much more than gravity! Discover what he brought to forensic engineering, and much more!
Nikola Tesla: does that name mean anything to you? This is the tragedy of this Serbian electrical engineer, mechanic and physicist, born in 1856. This man, who held over 300 patents, generated the foundations of electrical engineering, which electrical engineers still use today.
Christmas elves are really busy during the holidays, and essential helpers for Santa Claus! But who are these sprites and what technologies do they employ? Did they receive training in school? Do they use magic? Do they only eat cookies and other sweets washed down with milk? To satisfy your curiosity, here is a little more information!
Nowadays, we only have to type a few words into any Internet search engine to see an almost endless supply of products that can be purchased with just a few clicks. That said, caution is required when purchasing plumbing and electrical components online.
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