AREA OF EXPERTISE / AUTOMOTIVE SAFETY / DEFECT ANALYSIS
Expert CV, Dr. Malcolm Newman, P.E. (condensed)
Accident reconstruction; analysis of automotive & tire defects; structural & mechanical failure analysis; analysis & reconstruction of highway & roadway accidents; machine guarding; compliance with OSHA Regulations; failure analysis of glass & ceramics; slip & fall accidents; design & defect analysis of helmets & other protective headgear.
1962 Sc.D. Mechanical Engineering, New York University.
1957 M.S. Civil Engineering, Columbia University, New York.
1952 B.S. Civil Engineering, cum laude, City College of New York.
1976 - Present President and Consulting Engineer, InterCity Testing & Consulting Corp. Mineola, NY
1976 - 1977 Consulting Engineer, Design Analytics Inc. Consulting engineer services to industrial lighting company. Work involved the application of heat transfer finite element models to obtain improved passive heat control design in high-power, high-intensity lighting fixtures. Use of finite element models in the design and analysis of large LNG tanks for oceangoing tankers.
1975 - 1976 Manager of Structural Dynamics, Analytical Mechanics Associates, Inc. Installed the FEER method of eigenvalue extraction into NASTRAN under contract to the NASTRAN Systems Management Office, NASA/Langley Research Center.
1971 - 1975 Israel Aircraft Industries Ltd., Lod, Israel, Chief of Structural Methods Department, responsible for the development and application of finite element computer programs for the static and dynamic analysis of aerospace structures.
TEACHING & RESEARCH
1995 Adjunct Full Professor, The Cooper Union. Teaching course in Accident Reconstruction and Safety Engineering. Invited Guest Lecturer at University of California - Davis; Seminar on Protective Helmet Technology and Safety.
1973-75 Full Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Chairman of Mechanical Engineering Curriculum Committee, Tel Aviv University, School of Engineering. Performed research on nonlinear contact problems, composite and fibrous materials and rate-dependent plasticity using finite element methods. Served as consultant to Kleber Tire Company of France in the areas of tire design/analysis.
1970-71 Lecturer in Engineering Sciences Department, Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY. Taught courses in numerical methods for digital computers.
1963-66 Associate Research Scientist, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University. Performed basic research on buckling mechanisms for thin shells. Adjunct Associate Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics, New York University.
1952-53 Full time lecturer in Civil Engineering at City College of New York. Taught courses in fluid mechanics, strength of materials and indeterminate structures.
PATENTS & PUBLICATIONS
He has numerous patents on protective headgear, facemasks, and protective shields for batteries, and has authored or co-authored numerous publications.
Licensed Professional Engineer, State of New York; National/NY State Society of Professional Engineers; American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics; Chi Epsilon; MENSA Organization; Society of Automotive Engineers; Senior Member - System Safety Society; Past Chairman, Northeast Region American Society of Safety Engineers; American Society of Metals; Human Factors Society; The National Society of Professional Accident Reconstruction Specialists; American Society of Civil Engineers.
AREA OF EXPERTISE
AUTOMOTIVE SAFETY / DEFECT ANALYSIS
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