Electromechanical Device Expert
An electromechanical device expert with automotive engineering knowledge was required for a breach of warranty case. The plaintiff, an automobile manufacturer, contracted with the defendant to produce power window regulators used in the rear windows of the plaintiff's vehicles. Certain models experienced electromechanical failure, requiring that the electric motor powering the windows to be replaced with a lower torque motor.
IMS ExpertServices was asked to locate an expert in electromechanical devices with automotive engineering experience. The expert was needed to opine on the significance of differences in the engineering specs for the electromechanical device versus the actual input of power the motor received during operation in determining the cause of failure.
Automotive Electronics Expert
This automotive electronics expert has degrees in mechanical and electrical engineering, and a Ph.D. in instrumentation engineering from MIT. He has electromechanical device expertise in stall torque, locked rotor current, and wiring harnesses. He has given conference presentations on automotive electronics. This expert's consulting practice includes automotive, aircraft, spacecraft, industrial machinery and power, and forensic engineering experience. He is an experienced expert witness, having offered both depositions and trial testimony. IMS Reference #4844797
This automotive engineering expert is a professor of electrical engineering whose research interests include fuel cell operated electric motors, sensorless electric motor drive, DSP control of variable speed drives, fault diagnosis of electric machinery, and traction motor drives for electric and hybrid vehicles. He has received awards for his contributions to the field of electromechanical energy conversion. This expert is accustomed to performing forensic testing for electromechanical devices and has been deposed as an automotive engineering expert several times. IMS Reference #4845727
Electromagnetic Engineering Expert
This expert in electromechanical devices works for a consulting firm serving the electromagnetic motion industry, including electric motors, generators, actuators, and solenoids. His engineering activities include new product design, troubleshooting, quality assurance, permanent magnet charging, sourcing components and subassemblies, research, and patent reviews. This expert has a Ph.D. in electrical engineering. He has participated in mechanical design and manufacturing of motors and actuators, and their compatibility with a final product. He's been employed in R&D for several motion control and motor design firms. IMS Reference #4710380