Engineering

ToxStrategies professionals have both the expertise and practical experience necessary to solve challenging engineering problems in a variety of settings.  Investigating an engineering failure requires the application of fundamental engineering principles to uncover the root cause. Assessing the potential risk of a future incident requires a thorough assessment of possible failure mechanisms.

Engineering analysis provides valuable insights and solutions to a wide array of problems in industrial, commercial, and residential settings.  The analysis may be related to a personal injury, a transactional dispute, manufacturing improvements, new facilities, or consumer-product design.  Understanding how scientific reality intersects with practical necessity is key to solving real-world problems.  Selected examples of relevant staff experience include the following:

Chemical Processes

  • Distillation
  • Emergency shutdowns
  • Furnaces
  • Heat exchangers
  • Process data analysis
  • Process safety
  • Process upsets
  • Reactors
  • Vessels

Chemical Release 

  • Atmospheric emission
  • Chemical interaction
  • Combustion sources
  • Evaporative emissions
  • Historical emissions
  • Material off-gassing
  • Odor complaints
  • Source-term characterization

Consumer Products

  • Product defects
  • Product evaluation
  • Warning labels

Exposure Assessment

  • Air sampling
  • Atmospheric dispersion
  • Computer modeling
  • HVAC systems
  • Indoor air quality
  • Worker exposure

Forensic Engineering

  • Data analysis
  • Evidence collection
  • Fire/explosion investigation
  • Post-incident investigation
  • Root-cause analysis
  • Site inspection
  • Testing
  • Thermal science

Manufacturing

  • Audits
  • Code compliance
  • Combustible-dust hazards
  • Fire safety

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