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What causes elastic deformation?
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What is the difference between deformation modulus and Young's modulus?
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Difference between plastic and elastic deformation?
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Give an example of elastic deformation and plastic deformation?
In an elastic deformation, the object will return to its original shape afterwards (like tapping your arm softly with a needle, without piercing the skin). In a plastic deformation the object will first undergo elastic deformation, but then undergo a deformation that changes the shape of the material. (like tapping your arm with a needle that pierces through the skin and leaves a small wound).
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What happens when there is elastic deformation?
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Difference between plastic deformation elastic deformation?
HI!!!! check out my answer.... The difference between the two is.... The plastic deformation will occur where pressures are relatively high and the strain rate relatively low. During plastic deformation, the materials flow and changes in shape will be permanent. While, The elastic deformation will change shape in response to a stress, then snap back into it's original shape if the stress is removed. (in other words, the strain is recoverable) IN short word...THE PLASTIC DEFORMATION ARE PERMANENT AND THE ELASTIC DEFORMATION WILL GO BACK TO ITS ORIGINAL SHAPE. ROCEL TADINA 1- newton
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Which occurs at a lower stress value ductile deformation or elastic deformation?
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What are the factors that influence elastic energy?
What is it called when there is a temporary change to a solid?
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What forms when deformation causes the lithosphere to break?
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Difference between elastic anelastic and plastic deformation?
What part of the curve represents the elastic deformation of a material?
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What is proportional strength?
When a material deforms, it does so in several stages. The first stage, called the elastic region of deformation, is linear in nature and not permanent. A stress can be applied, and once it's removed, the material will regain all of the deformation. The second stage, plastic deformation, is permanent. A material that has been stressed into the plastic region will regain the elastic deformation, but will permanently maintain the plastic. The proportional strength is the point at which plastic deformation begins.