Helium expert witnesses may be called in for many cases since helium is a commonly found gas with various uses. In fact, helium is the second most present element after hydrogen and is used for a wide range of purposes. Helium, which is a nonmetallic and odorless gas, is used to inflate blimps, party balloons, and scientific balloons, as well as pressurizing fuel tanks and rockets powered by liquid fuel. Helium expert consulting may provide valuable insight for cases pertaining to natural gas, wind tunnels, industrial hygiene, worker safety, flight, aerospace, cryogenics, laboratory research and development, transportation safety, valuation, and numerous other disciplines linked to the use of helium. Helium experts may have varying backgrounds since the element is used for different purposes in several fields.
Helium expert witnesses may have experience working with pressure vessels, gas piping, mechanical engineering, storage tanks, thermal analysis and testing, product liability, chemical fires and explosions, industrial safety, underground tanks, maintenance, gas piping, structural engineering, mechanical repair, valves, engineering management, and other related areas. The gas is used to inflate airships, balloons, and blimps for travel. It is fire retardant and is often used as a safer alternative to hydrogen. Certain mixtures are also used as an air supply for deep diving and it may be involved in a toxic exposure lawsuit since it becomes toxic when inhaled in excess.
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