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Failure Analysis

Failure analysis is the analytical and efficient examination of equipment or machinery by studying data to determine the cause, probabilities, and consequences of a failure, and correct the cause. For instance, sometimes materials fracture progressively crack under repeated alternating, recurring and intense stresses.

Family

In the 1950s, the traditional family included a mother who was a homemaker, a father who went to work, and two or more children. Today, the modern family includes a significantly larger range of living arrangements and a wider group of people as families

Family Medicine

Approximately, 1 in 4 of all doctor’s visits are made with Family physicians in Family Medicine practices. Family medicine is a medical specialty that focuses on comprehensive health care for all age groups, genders, and diseases.

Fatigue

Material fatigue is a term utilized in the field of materials science and is used to describe the weakening of materials when they are exposed to recurring loading and unloading. Microscopic cracks form when loads above a specific limit. When cracks reach an alarming size they will quickly spread, which leads the structure to rupture.

Film

Films, also known as motion pictures or movies, are images moving in sequence usually with sound, that tells a story. These films are important because they provide social commentary and express cultural ideas. Society effects films and films influence society.

Finance

Finance is the management of money and includes activities like borrowing, lending, investing, budgeting, savings, and for predicting. In business, finance teams make sure that the company has enough resources to operate in the best way to boost their productivity. I

Financial Planning

Financial planning is a process that includes the estimating of capital required and the outlining of policies that lead to the administration of an organization’s funds. The most common types of financial planning methods are investment planning, estate planning, tax and business planning, retirement and estate planning, and saving plans for education.

Financial Services

Financial services include any service of a financial type. That includes all insurance and insurance-related services, and all banking and other financial services (excluding insurance).

Fire

Every 24 seconds a fire department responds to a fire somewhere in the United States. From January 2018 to August 2018, there were 38,832 wildfires. About 5.1 million acres were burned in 2018. Fire is the combustion where fuel or other material is ignited and with oxygen gives off light, heat and flames.

Fitness

Fitness is the state of condition of being physically fit and healthy. It is a person’s ideal health and general well-being. A person’s fitness not only refers to their physical health, but also their emotional and mental health. In biology, fitness means the ability of an organism to survive and reproduce in a specific environment.

Food

Food is any nutritious substance that people and animals eat or drink, and plants absorb in order to provide life and growth. The body needs plenty of the five nutrients protein, carbohydrate, fat, vitamins, and minerals. Food gives people, animals and plants the energy and nutrients to grow and develop.

Food Safety

Every year it is estimated that 10% of people around the world become ill after consuming food that is contaminated, with 420,000 dying as a result. Food safety refers to the handling, preparing and storing of food is a way to decrease the risk of becoming sick from foodborne illnesses.

Forecasting

The term ‘forecasting’ essentially refers to the process of making statements about events whose actual outcomes (typically) have not yet been observed. In actual practice it is used to predict multiple activities, including but not limited to finance, business, and weather.

Forensic

Great forensics expert witnesses are in high demand, as many cases — both civil and criminal — require the collection and analysis of evidence for investigative purposes. Our forensics experts have worked at multiple levels of law enforcement, at large accounting firms, with the CDC and FDA, and at various other private and public institutions. Experienced providers of forensic expert testimony at all court levels, they also have lectured extensively, including before the FBI and U.S. Department of Justice. Our forensic experts have worked as criminal lawyers, financial investigators, toxicologists, pharmacologists, physicians, psychiatrists, and more.

Forensic Accounting

Of all cases discovered by forensic accountants, 95% of them involve a culprit who was attempting to conceal their actions. Corporate budgets are increasingly complex, and fraud is more common than some would like to believe.

Forensic Engineering

Forensic engineering professionals are responsible for the investigation of failures, some of which are serviceable and others are catastrophic. This process involves deep investigations of structures, materials, products, and more.

Forensic Psychiatry

Forensic psychiatry is a specific offshoot of psychiatry that relates to criminology by linking psychiatry with law. Our forensic psychiatry experts have worked as psychiatrists, healthcare professionals, anthropologists, lawyers, and more.

Forensic Psychology

At the intersection of psychology and the justice system, you will find forensic psychology. This sub-specialty of psychology requires knowledge of legal principles and jurisdictional considerations. Forensic Psychology is the study of the behavior and mental of those who participate in criminal behavior.

Fracture

Fracture is the term applied to the separation of an object into multiple pieces through the application of stress. Fractures can be found in different job fields.

Fraud

In 2018, $1.4 billion Americans reported losing to fraud. That is a thirty-eight percent increase from 2017. Fraud is the act of wrongful deception for the purpose of financial or personal gain. It occurs when an individual acquires something of value from a victim by deliberately making false claims.

Fuel Cells

Fuel cells are electrochemical cells that convert the chemical energy of fuel and oxidizing agents into electricity. This occurs through redox reactions that make it possible to produce electricity for the entire period of time that fuel and oxygen are provided.