"Misconceptions of Wind Damage to Asphalt Composition Shingles" Article, RCI
Carlos Lopez, Ph.D., P.E., Jonathan Goode, Ph.D., P.E., and Scott Morrison, P.E., Principal Engineer and Director Research & Testing published a peer-reviewed article on “Misconceptions of Wind Damage to Asphalt Composition Shingles” in the Roof Consultants Institute’s Interface magazine. http://rci-online.org/misconceptions-wind-damage-asphalt-composition-shingles/
Dr. Carlos Lopez graduated from the University of Florida with a BS, MS, and PhD in civil engineering. Currently, he is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the American Concrete Institute, and the American Association for Wind Engineering. Dr. Lopez has been with Haag Engineering since 2012 and has inspected and assessed hail- and wind-caused damage to roofs.
Dr. Jonathan Goode holds BS, MS, and PhD degrees in agricultural and civil engineering from the University of Georgia, the University of Colorado at Boulder, and Colorado State University, respectively. He is a licensed professional engineer in 17 states and was an assistant professor at Oklahoma State University prior to coming to Haag Engineering in 2010. Dr. Goode is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers and serves on the Technical Council of Forensic Engineering, Forensic Practices Committee.
Scott Morrison graduated from Iowa State University with a BA in architecture and a BS in civil engineering. He also received a MS in civil engineering from the University of Oklahoma. He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineering, American Institute of Steel Construction, American Concrete Institute, American Association of Wind Engineers, American Society for Testing and Materials, and Chi Epsilon. Morrison has been with Haag Engineering since 1989 and leads the research and testing program there.