Adam M Olshove, PE, MSE

Adam M Olshove, PE, MSE

Miller Engineering
2392 Fuller Ct
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
Office: 734-662-6822

There are four PhD and registered Professional Engineers at Miller Engineering who are celebrating 40 years of Professorships at three universities along with providing services to Government, Insurance, and Industry - through research, publications, presentations, and expert testimony. These co-founders and associates are James M. Miller, PE, PhD; Mark R. Lehto, PhD; David R. Clark, PE, PhD; Adam M. Olshove, PE, MSE; and Jeffrey D. Rupp, MSE. Miller Engineering has a dedicated office with a full-time staff of engineers, researchers, and technical writers. The span of our collective academic and experiential expertise includes the Mechanical, Electrical, Chemical, Agricultural, Industrial, Human Factors, Ergonomic and Safety fields of engineering.

Miller Engineering also designs and operates hydroelectric and solar energy sources within their agricultural, forestry, marine, and cattle subsidiary operations in Idaho and Oregon, lending to unique hand-on expertise in these areas.

Areas of Expertise
  • Building Codes
  • Consumer Products
  • Equipment & Machinery
  • Fitness Equipment
  • Lithium Ion Battery Fires
  • Machine Guarding
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Products Liability
  • Safety Engineering
  • Slip, Trip & Fall

Expert Background
Q: Please list your professional accreditations, degrees, licenses, and certificates granted:
A: Adam Olshove, PE, MSE—Managing Engineering of Miller Engineering. Adam is a registered mechanical professional engineer with over 10 years of experience providing consulting services to industry and the legal profession. Adam holds a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering with a focus on control systems and battery modeling (2019), and a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (2012), both from the University of Michigan.

His projects at Miller Engineering have focused on the analysis of consumer product design and commercial accidents. He has performed dozens of on-site investigations nationwide in relation to these projects, including failure analysis and testing. Adam has also evaluated and designed numerous warning labels, as well as developed instruction manuals for novel products.

Recently, Adam has been involved in the evaluation, design, and testing of batteries including Lithium Ion (Li-ion) and Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH), particularly those used in e-cigarettes, vapes, medical devices, and electric vehicles.

His past professional experience includes product development on the pressure sensor team at Caterpillar, Inc., and implementation of energy saving solutions at Rhetech, Inc., a plastic resin manufacturing company. As an undergraduate, he conducted research at the University of Michigan’s Composite Structures Lab under the supervision of the Aerospace Engineering Department Chair, Dr. Tony Waas.

Affiliations: American Society of Mechanical Engineers; National Society of Professional Engineers; American Society for Testing & Materials; American Society of Safety Professionals


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