elastic energy

NOUN
  1. potential energy that is stored when a body is deformed (as in a coiled spring)
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How To Use elastic energy In A Sentence

  • The results showed that there was gender difference in the elastic energy utility ratio, of which the male was higher than the female.
  • Tendons store elastic energy by stretching and then snapping back into shape like rubber bands.
  • As the temperature decreases the elastic energy increases and eventually causes a shear in a part of the matrix, which stabilises the rest.
  • This relationship is matched with the actual reservoir pressure history, to obtain the elastic energy factor of the reservoir and the aquifer and the water influx factor, simultaneously.
  • The terpolymers have exhibited a strain of more than 7% and elastic energy density of more than 1 J / cm 3.
  • Possible effects of monomer tilt or lateral motion on the elastic energy are neglected.
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