MEC-1525 has about thirty years of experience in the mechanical engineering field. He owns a consulting company in Southern California, where he is a scientific consultant and consulting mechanical engineer. He provides consultations in vehicular and industrial accident reconstruction; machine analysis; auto, truck, and railroad braking analysis; operational and failure characteristics; low-speed rear-end impacts; and foreign and domestic bicycle design, construction, manufacture, operation and repair. He also looks at occupant and pedestrian dynamics and kinematics in vehicular collisions.
M.S., Mechanical Engineering (Dynamics, Friction, Stress Analysis, & Machine Design), University of Southern California
B.S., Mechanical Engineering (Dynamics & Machine Design), California State University, Los Angeles
Engineering, Surveying, Chemistry & Mathematics, Pasadena City College