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Making the Most of Failures

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A reliable technical failure investigation is an essential starting point for any subsequent analyses of the broader aspects of the cause of a failure, efforts to prevent reoccurrence and/or legal proceedings. What the technical investigation does is to collect the evidence, establish the facts, give an opinion on the failure mechanism, sequence and cause, and report the conclusions. The investigation does not attribute blame, assess liability or accuse parties who are possibly in error.

This talk is part of the PCS Fracture and Shock Physics series.

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