MEC-1031 is a self-employed consulting mechanical engineer. His expertise includes the following areas: motor vehicle accident reconstruction; accident reenactment; collision analysis; vehicle mechanical failure; vehicle speed; collision avoidance; time-distance; visibility; and stopping distance analysis. He also does safety analysis of tools, equipment, industrial machinery, and facilities, including mechanical failure analysis, construction safety, machinery guarding, and pedestrian slips, trips and falls. MEC-1031S previous positions have contributed to his diverse expertise. They include development engineer for Hewlett-Packard; test engineer, weapon production engineer, device engineer, lead engineer and responsible engineer for Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory; and staff engineer for Chevron.
Mechanical Engineering (Design Analysis) , Stanford University, Mechanical Engineering , California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, CA
Automotive Technology, College of the Sequoias, Visalia, CA