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Failure Analysis Methodology
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Failure analysis is a multidisciplinary activity. The approach to failure analysis and the methodology adopted are often governed by the expertise of the analyst. Because a single analyst may not be equipped with knowledge in various disciplines such as metallurgy, materials science, structural mechanics, corrosion engineering, propulsion engineering, aerodynamics, and so on, which may be necessary for analyzing a particular failure or accident, a team effort is always desirable to arrive at the correct solution to the problem.
- From: Failure Analysis of Engineering Structures: Methodology and Case Histories (ASM International)
- Published: October 01, 2005
- Pages: 5
- Review Type: Peer reviewed
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