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Faster. Higher. Stronger.
The 2021 Olympic Games may be over. However, beneath the gallantry of the games is a patchwork of big and small engineering feats.
Faster. Higher. Stronger.
The 2021 Olympic Games may be over. However, beneath the gallantry of the games is a patchwork of big and small engineering feats.
Engineering the Olympics
There was plenty of engineering know-how on display in Tokyo as well.
DE Editors’ Chat: Rapid + TCT Conference, Ansys Indy Autonomous Challenge, 3D-Printed Bridge, More
DE Editors discuss traveling to Rapid + TCT Conference, virtual car race hosted by Ansys, use of simulation in the Olympics, a 3D-printed bridge made by 3X3D, more
Phelps Sports 3D Printed Shoes at Olympics
Under Armour has created 3D printed shoes for Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps.
Engineering Aids Olympians


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