Fractography

This list shows every expert witness in the UK Register of Expert Witnesses who claims expertise in Fractography. Click on any expert witness to view full details. You may prefer to interactively search the Register.

Mr Broadhurst in MANCHESTER
Engineering failure investigations ranging from small personal injury claims to large multinational company losses • Forensic metallurgical investigations both on site & laboratory based • All aspects of metallurgical engineering, including materials selection, design evaluation, manufacturing & fabrication techniques, quality assurance • Industries previously serviced include rotating equipment, power generation, pressure vessels, quarrying, oil & gas, petrochemical, rail, automotive, aerospace
Mr Lovis in SANDBACH
Consultant Forensic Engineer & expert witness undertaking the investigation of engineering incidents & personal injury accidents for commercial, legal & insurance clients • Provision of independent & impartial expert witness evidence • Mechanical, metallurgical & non-metallic materials (i.e. polymer, composite, rubber, glass & ceramic materials) based investigations • Forensic investigations both on-site & laboratory based • Component failure analysis, including expertise in fractography & electron microscopy...
Professor Korsunsky in OXFORD
Failure: fracture, fatigue, creep, impact, crack, stress • Manufacturing: casting, HIP, rolling, drawing, forging, welding, joining • Structures: engine, turbine, pressure vessel, power, gears, wheels, oil & gas • Civil: cement, concrete, mineral, rock • Materials: alloys, nickel, steel, titanium, aluminium, shape memory • Ceramics: alumina, zirconia, glass • Polymer: composite, fibre, NDT • Dental: dentine, enamel, cement, bonding, porcelain, resin • Coatings:...
Dr Wall in ABINGDON
Metallurgist, materials scientist, inspection and failure expert • 40 years+ experience • Experienced expert witness • Non-destructive testing and evaluation (NDT, NDE) • Failure analysis • Metallurgical analysis • Fracture mechanisms • Inspection performance & reliability • Probability of detection (POD) • Human reliability • Digitalisation • Corrosion • Cracking • Hydrogen embrittlement (HIC) • Welding defects • Steam turbine failures • Hospital pipework • Storage tanks & facilities • Pipelines • Composite materials (GRP,...
Dr Pitman in LEATHERHEAD
Materials analysis • Microanalysis using energy & wavelength dispersive X-ray analysis & interpretation of analysis results in engineering failures or materials characterisation • Scanning electron microscopy • Fractography • Hydrogen embrittlement of fasteners • Copper pipe failures • Fastener failures • Fuse failures • Metallic packaging failures (including beverage cans) • Pitting corrosion & preferential corrosion in water supply systems • Particle analysis & wear debris analysis • Electrical equipment failures...
Miss Bagnall in MARGAM
Metallurgical failure investigation • Failure analysis of polymer and composite materials • Expertise in a range of failure mechanisms, i.e. corrosion, mechanical failure, high temperature, structural failure, welding, coatings • Particular expertise in the thermal degradation of austenitic stainless steels and nickel-based alloys • Extensive experience in corrosion mechanisms for the power, petrochemical and oil and gas industries • Forensic engineering
Mr Hammersley in CHEADLE HULME
Consultant Forensic Mechanical & Materials Engineer & expert witness (practising since 1997, 18 years with Dr J H Burgoyne & Partners LLP (Burgoynes), 9 of which as a partner) • Forensic mechanical engineering-based investigations • Forensic metallurgical based investigations • Forensic polymer/non-metallic materials based investigations • Forensic component failure analysis, including expertise in fractography & electron microscopy • Forensic investigations into the cause of damage to equipment...

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