[Live Webinar] Forensic Engineering Applications in Civil Engineering
Intended Audience: Civil & Structure Engineers
Credits: 3 PDH Units
When: Wednesday 9/29. 2 – 5 pm ET
Forensic engineering is broadly defined as the application of the engineering sciences to the investigation of failures or other performance problems. This webinar will discuss the engineering principles involved in the diagnosis of common types of accidents and failures and will include discussion of the latest technologies used by forensic engineers.
The webinar begins with an introduction to the fundamentals of forensic engineering and how the failure investigation and forensic analysis process works. Instruction is provided regarding the technical reporting required and how to prepare for court as an expert witness.
Structural and construction case studies will be included in this webinar and will be the basis for a discussion on professional integrity, ethics and the legal aspects of engineering.
The subject matter of this webinar is appropriate for both those with little to no experience in the field of forensics and those with some experience in the field.
Date: Wednesday. September 29. Starts: 2 – 5 pm ET
Credits: 3 PDH Units
At the successful conclusion of this webinar, you will learn the following knowledge and skills:
- The causes and types of failures
- The investigation process and how the legal system affects that investigation
- Steps involved in conducting failure studies
- Details of famous structural and construction failure cases
- Essential lessons from previous mistakes and ways to avoid them and/or minimize their impact
- Guidance to start forensic engineering practice
- Forensic engineering report writing technique
Special Webinar Instructions
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