Ingeniaria forensis

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Ingeniaria forensis est investigatio materiarum, operum, structurarum, vel elementorum quae deficiant vel apte non operentur, noxam vel iniuriam personalem vel damnum bonorum efficientia. Consecutiones defectionis per legem noxiae bonorum tractantur, quae etiam rationes repetitionis modosque operandi indagat qui ad casus in vehiculis vel machinis actos ducunt. Res saepissime in causis iuris civilis adhibetur, quamquam ad causas iuris criminalis quoque attinere potest. Propositum investigationis ingeniariae forensis plerumque est causam causasve defectionis invenire ut operatio vel vita elementi emendetur, vel ut curiae determinatio factorum temeritatis adiuvetur. Investigatio forensis etiam postulationes bonorum intellectualium, praecipue diplomatum inventionis, considerare potest.[1]

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Smith (1960) (1988).

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Brown, Sam, ed. 1995. Forensic engineering : an introduction to the investigation, analysis, reconstruction, causality, risk, consequence, and legal aspects of the failure of engineered products. Humble Texiae: ISI Publications. ISBN 0964553600.
  • Lewis, Peter Rhys, Colin Gagg, et Ken Reynolds. 2004. Forensic Materials Engineering: Case Studies. Boca Raton Floridae: CRC Press
  • Lewis, Peter Rhys, et Sarah Hainsworth. 2006. Fuel Line Failure from stress corrosion cracking. Engineering Failure Analysis 13: 946-962.
  • Noon, Randall. 1992. Introduction to forensic engineering. Boca Raton Floridae: CRC Press. ISBN 0849381029.
  • Smith, Cyril Stanley. (1960), 1988. A History of Metallography: The Development of Ideas on the Structure of Metals before 1890. Cantabrigiae Massachusettae: MIT Press. ISBN 9780262691208.

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