About Us: Forensic Engineers
EMA is an engineering firm in Florida . About us, Our engineers and inspectors specializes in structural engineering and design, structural peer review of contract documents, threshold inspections, Cause & Origin studies.
Forensic Engineers Daytona, JAX & Cocoa
EMA also performs Roof hail damage inspections, roof wind damage inspections and hurricane damage assessment. Our engineers perform floor tile damage claims, SB408 and sinkhole structural damage assessments, structural inspections & shop drawing review,
EMA structural engineers also performs roof consulting, structural damage assessment, structural collapse inspections, infrared inspections, structural condition inspections. We have experience in roof infrared surveys, electrical infrared inspections, Structural Engineering, building inspections, building damage assessments etc.
Damage Inspections and assessments within the firm are supervised by a licensed professional engineers or threshold engineer experienced in the area. structural forensic Engineers performs, directs, and controls the document preparation in their areas of expertise.
Failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA) and fault tree analysis methods also examine product or process failure in a structured and systematic way, in the general context of safety engineering. However, all such techniques rely on accurate reporting of failure rates, and precise identification, of the failure modes involved.
There is some common ground between forensic science and forensic engineering, such as scene of crime and scene of accident analysis, integrity of the evidence and court appearances. Both disciplines make extensive use of optical and scanning electron microscopes, for example. They also share common use of spectroscopy (infrared, ultraviolet, and nuclear magnetic resonance) to examine critical evidence. Radiography using X-rays (such as X-ray computed tomography), or neutrons is also very useful in examining thick products for their internal defects before destructive examination is attempted. Often, however, a simple hand lens may reveal the cause of a particular problem.