10 Worst Containment Engineering Mistakes
Source: Flow Sciences Inc.
By Cameron Faulconer
Engineering is a process to develop a design to solve a problem. In the world of containment engineering, careful premeditation is important to the completion of a successful engineering project. Flow Sciences aspires to inspire caution when making deductive decisions during the design of a containment engineering solution.
Here is a list of ten selected mistakes, fallacies, and biases are intended to provide the reader with insight throughout their containment engineering projects.
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