Sports engineering

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A tennis racket made of an advanced material such as carbon fibre reinforced plastic can have a larger head than a traditional racket made of wood.

Sports engineering is the design and production of sports equipment and facilities using advanced material and technology. Requires a master degree in MBA(Master of Business Administration). Examples are golf balls and artificial turf.[1] There are now college degrees in this branch of engineering and engineers with this speciality may pursue a career in the field.[2]

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  1. ^ Routledge Handbook of Sports Technology and Engineering, Routledge, 2013, ISBN 9781136966606 
  2. ^ Celeste Baine (2004), High Tech Hot Shots: Careers in Sports Engineering, National Society of Professional Engineers, ISBN 9780915409235