The name biomimetics was coined by Otto Schmitt i. The term bionics was coined by Jack E. Steele while working at the Aeronautics Division House at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio.
The goal was to cut out the extremely loud claps that occurred when Japan’s bullet train emerged from tunnels. Engineers looked toward the kingfisher, which dives seamlessly into water. A nosecone designed after the bird’s beak solved the issue.
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