Proceedings of the ICE - Forensic Engineering
Published/Hosted by Thomas Telford.
ISSN (printed): 2043-9903. ISSN (electronic): 2043-9911.
Forensic Engineering is a peer-reviewed international journal covering the investigation of constructed facilities and systems that fail to perform, function or operate as intended, resulting in environmental, property, personal or economic damage. Research and practice papers are sought on traditional or modern forensic engineering topics such as, but not limited to: reports on the investigation and assessment and remediation of serviceability or ultimate limit state damage caused by normal or exceptional actions such as blast, explosion, fire, flood, wave, landslide, corrosion, fatigue and/or deficiencies in risk management, procurement, design and construction. Topics covered also include research and education best practice in forensic engineering and structural pathology, new understanding of the application of engineering principles as a result of unexpected unsatisfactory performance, innovative techniques or equipment used in forensic engineering investigations, and the contribution of forensic engineering and investigation techniques to the role of the expert witness.
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