Mr. Stamm is experienced in analyzing mechanical systems in real world applications to meet performance and life cycle requirements. This includes analyzing potential design alternatives and their effect on specific components as well as the entire system.
When an accident occurs, Mr. Stamm conducts field investigations in order to analyze how and why the failure occurred. This includes documenting all substantive subject evidence through proper note taking, photography, videography, and surveying. Often, testing is required in order to validate his opinions and Mr. Stamm has experience conducting and managing complex testing programs that have lasted anywhere from a few hours to several months. These programs involve taking exemplar artifacts and simulating their use through testing conducted to appropriate standards. Once Mr. Stamm has concluded his work he is able to present his findings in a clear and concise manner.