Vol. 3
Does FEA apply to my case?     

Many attorneys hire metallurgists to study failures across many industries. Similarly, finite element analysis is regularly applied to a vast array of products. As discussed in previous issues of Courtroom FEA, FEA applies when something bending or breaking is an issue.

The following collage presents some of the industries that FEA is applied to. The blue text lists some of the products the author has experience with.


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