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What Are Threaded Fasteners?

Jeffrey A. Groves, P.E.

Jeffrey A. Groves, P.E.

Threaded fasteners (e.g., bolts, nuts, screws) are so common that it is hard to imagine a world without them. Our society depends on them. Consider the lug nuts that keep the wheels attached to our vehicles while driving or the fasteners that hold together the structural steel members of the...

Why Do Aluminum to Copper Connections Fail?

Electrical connections between aluminum and copper wires present special hazards for property owners. Aluminum to copper connections may deteriorate over time if not installed in a proper manner. A deteriorated connection can lead to overheating, which can result in a fire. Why do aluminum to copper...

Electrocution, Electric Shock, and Safety

The words electrocution and electric shock strike fear in many. However, many people use these two words interchangeably, when in fact they are not the same. An electric shock is when you somehow touch an energized circuit and, as many electricians say, you get "bit". An electric shock can rattle...

Little Black Box - Big Data

Most automobiles and light-duty trucks are equipped with an electronic recording device, also referred to as a “Black Box,” or an “airbag control module” that may contain data related to a crash. The data in a vehicle’s Black Box plays a big role in collision reconstruction. Bosch Crash Data...

Truck Braking

If I’ve heard it said once, I’ve heard it said 1,000 times. It takes longer for a truck to stop than an automobile because the truck weighs more. But, fact is, a truck’s weight has nothing to do with why a truck takes longer to stop. There are many factors that affect the stopping distance of a...