What Every Engineer Should Know about Product Liability
CRC Press, 1979. 7. 1. - 118페이지
The need for greater product safety has created new and confusing legal pressures for engineers involved in product design, manufacturing, management and sales. In responding to these challenges, the engineer needs to develop a new and broadened perspective of total design responsibility. The book shows how the process of designing safer products is a natural extension of traditional engineering aptitudes and procedures. Written by a mechanical engineer and an electrical engineer who have extensive experience as educators, product designers and witnesses and advisors in product liability cases, What Every Engineer Should Know About Product Liability contains a core of topics chosen to illuminate the engineer's multifaced responsibility
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