Nearly, three-quarters of all chemical elements are metals. Metals are solid materials that are usually shiny, flexible, fusible, and is good for conducting heat and electricity. When they are unearthed most metals are non-reflective until they are polished. At that point, they become a good reflector of light. There are two categories of metal. Ferrous metals are metals that contains iron, such as steel, carbon steel, and cast iron. Non-ferrous metals, such as brass, gold, silver, lead, zinc, and aluminum do not contain iron. Our metals expert witnesses, speakers and consultants are scholars and professionals from various industries and backgrounds which include, but are not limited to, mechanical engineering, materials science, metallurgy, ceramics, sintering, powder processing, material characterization, mechanical component strength analysis, engineering, economics, financial engineering, resource economics, finance, mine and mineral property valuation, failure analysis, and forensic metallurgy. They have published extensively and given lectures and presentations on their specific areas of expertise. Our experts have experience with depositions and testimony at trial in numerous cases. Our metals experts have conducted technical examinations of evidence in a multitude of cases and have provided testimony on many occasions by federal, and state courts.
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