TIR-1850 has more than thirty years of experience in the tire and automotive industries, including product design, process development, and failure analysis. He has extensive tire engineering experience in development and manufacturing. TIR-1850 is well known in the industry for his unusually wide background in passenger, truck, farm service, and aircraft tires. He worked for B.F. Goodrich Tire Company for a number of years. He is a uniquely qualified expert in the analysis of tire defects. He has conducted many controlled cause and effect experiments on many different types of tires. He has analyzed more than 5,000 tires during his tire-engineering career. TIR-1850 is also experienced in non-destructive testing of tires. He designed the manufacturing process for the NASA space shuttle tires.
B.S., Mechanical Engineering, University of Michigan