ACC-1331 is a consulting engineer with 25 years of experience in design, research, and analysis. He started his own company in 1995 after fifteen years with a failure analysis firm, the last five as managing engineer of human performance and mechanical engineering. He has made presentations at many technical conferences and lectured before the Defense Research Institute, the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and the National Business Institute. ACC-1331 has performed a wide range of work in the area of tire, wheel, and brake systems. He has testified as an expert witness in cases involving such issues as tread/belt separation, wheel/tire balancing, tread wear, tire durability, brake failure, and brake pedal misapplication.
M.S., Mechanical Engineering, Stanford University
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan