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19448Re: [infoguys-list] Unusual Auto Damage Claim

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  • Anthony Bressi
    May 3, 2014
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      Among my varied skills and knowledge set is that I am a physicist with a lot of experience with explosions of all varieties.  With most autos, I fail to see how any fragments that could have possibly reached the location of the damage could have possessed the required energy and momentum to inflict the damage you describe.  Could you please specify what vehicle, so that I can say with a higher degree of certainty?  Right now I'd estimate around a 95%+ probability that this could not have been the source of the damage.  What evidence suggests that this was the source of the damage?

      Anthony Bressi
      Chairman & CEO
      Shiva Science & Technology Group LLC

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      Subject: [infoguys-list] Unusual Auto Damage Claim


      Dear List Members:


      I have an unusual claim where it appear that the tire may have exploded and parts entered into the engine compartment underneath, raising and bending the front engine cover at the hinges.  Anyone have any experience with tires exploding?  The vehicle was reported to be parked when this occurred.


      Any direction on this would be greatly appreciated.


      Dean Boerger

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