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Engineering horror: crash and burn

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10/12/2012 08:29 PM EDT

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WKetel
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re: Engineering horror: crash and burn
WKetel   10/14/2012 1:35:37 AM
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It could be a great service to the engineering community, and potentially to all of society, to go into enough detail so that other engineers could learn from the mistakes and avoid them. So providing the greater details is a very good idea.

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David Ashton   10/12/2012 11:13:50 PM
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As a big fan of the "Air Crash Investigations" TV series I'd love a bit more detail in the above stories Wilfred...how about it??

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