Materials & Corrosion Industry Expertise

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Materials engineering expertise tailored for every industry

Materials science is critical to every industry — from utilities, oil and gas, and consumer electronics to medical devices, automotive, and aviation. With over five decades of experience, Exponent tailors an integrated approach to your industry's bespoke challenges.

How does Exponent's multidisciplinary approach to materials science provide unparalleled results for our clients?  

With over five decades of experience, our depth and breadth of industry experience in solving complex challenges enables us to move quickly and assemble the right team of experts to tackle your unique industry challenges. In addition, we apply lessons from one industry to another, allowing our experts in materials and corrosion, thermal dynamics, mechanical engineering, polymer science, and materials chemistry to share solutions, methodologies, and best practices to bring you critical insights from multiple angles. 

Whether developing methodologies for assessing risks for hundreds of thousands of utility assets, analyzing materials for consumer electronics development, examining steel casing failures in upstream oil and gas production, or start-to-finish design validation for a novel heart stent — Exponent provides quantifiable, objective insights to your most formidable materials issues.

Capabilities & Services

Exponent offers expertise in materials and corrosion risk assessment and failure analysis, asset lifecycle management, and remedial action and product recall planning in a wide range of industries.

Our Capabilities Are Unparalleled

With expertise in over 90 disciplines and hundreds of capabilities, tools, and methodologies — we get to the root of even the most complex challenges and give you the objective answers you need.


Our global and comprehensive expertise across industries gives us a deep understanding of current challenges, best industry practices, and the implications of emerging technologies.