MEC-1522 has about 33 years of experience in mechanical engineering. His diverse experience includes machinery design (maintenance, operation, and analysis), design of air handling and pneumatic conveying systems, and power transmission and control systems for machinery and electrical loads. He has experience with computer programming in such computer languages as BASIC and FORTRAN, and he has written many programs used by his current employer, an engineering company. He also programs numerical control and computer numerical control machine tools. MEC-1522 has assisted in many investigations of mechanical systems involved in litigation where his expertise was needed in the following areas: machine design, precision measurement, testing, photography, computer operation, and accident reconstruction.
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, Northern Arizona University
A.S., Quality Control, Mesa Community College
Tire Forensics for Traffic Accident Investigator (Investigator of Child Restraint & Seat Belt Injuries, Motorcycle Accident Investigation), Institute of Police Technology, University of North Florida