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Engineering and Construction
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Flight 232 Disaster and Impacts on Engineering Name Tutor Course Date Abstract Disasters have continued to occur across the world each and every year. Natural disasters cannot be controlled with manmade disasters can be controlled and minimized. Engineering disasters are manmade disasters resulting from errors done by humans.
Investigations unearthed this with a number of recommendations being made to the FAA and the ATA. The disaster led to establishment of measures and guidelines to improve safety of aircrafts and passengers. The disaster had a great impact on material engineering with a resounding need to ensure proper composition and quality of products so as to ensure safety of the users. Table of Contents Table of Contents 3 Introduction 4 1.Background information 5 2.Investigation: 6 2.1.The NTSB Team 6 2.2.The public hearing 6 2.3.The Process 7 3.Findings and recommendations 7 3.1.Findings of the commission 7 3.2.Probable cause of the accident 8 3.3.Future precautions recommended 9 3.3.1.To the federal Aviation Administration 9 3.3.2.Air Transport Association 10 3.3.3.Other recommendations of the commission 10 4.Impact on Engineering Practice 11 4.1.Regulations or laws instituted 11 4.2.Areas of Engineering impacted 12 Works Cited 15 Introduction Disasters have continued to take place throughout history. Many of these are natural however, some are human made. Disasters may or may not be avoided depending on the situation at hand. Most natural disasters cannot be avoided and happen as a result of natural forces operating within the environment (Stoltman, Lidstone and DeChano 25). Such is the case with floods, hurricanes and droughts. ...
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