Adam R. Storm

Consultant / P.E., ACTAR

Background

Mr. Storm earned a B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering from Clarkson University and he is a registered professional engineer in multiple states. He is also an accredited traffic accident reconstructionist by the Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction (ACTAR). He has a strong interest in vehicular systems and has investigated failures and accidents involving engines, transmissions, tires, suspension, seatbelts, airbags, and brakes on all types of vehicles including passenger vehicles, commercial tractor/trailers, motorcycles, and UTVs. Mr. Storm has handled vehicle accident reconstruction files involving intersection accidents, single-vehicle accidents, multi-vehicle accidents, head-on collisions, and pedestrian collisions.

Mr. Storm possesses extensive industry experience in commercial power generation, including nuclear power and related areas of the energy/industrial sector. His areas of expertise include the troubleshooting and causal analysis of complex mechanical, electrical, and instrument and control systems, including systems containing pumps, valves, breakers, heat exchangers, piping, and mechanical, pneumatic, or instrument controls. His knowledge of failure modes and effects analysis has allowed him to develop a good understanding of how components function within a system and how systems interact.

Mr. Storm investigates product failures such as plumbing failures (including pipe freezes), HVAC, fire sprinkler systems, consumer products, appliances, door systems, ladders, forklifts, aerial lifts, and industrial/commercial equipment.

Education and Certifications

  • B.S., Mechanical Engineering: Clarkson University
  • Registered Professional Engineer: New York, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania
  • Accredited Traffic Accident Reconstructionist: ACTAR #3905