Elasticity is the way a material initially responds when it is subjected to stresses. Elasticity refers to the material’s ability to deform in a non-permanent way, meaning that when the stress load is removed from the material it will recover its original form. A material will continue to deform elastically as the stress upon it increases until the elastic limit is reached. The elastic limit can be found on stress-strain diagrams for all materials, and the limit varies by the material. For instance, steel experiences far less stress before reaching the elastic limit than rubber does. Engineers need to refer to stress-strain diagrams, because engineering design usually stays within the limitations of the elastic stresses.
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BA Mathematics & English, MS Applied Mathematics, Teacher Certification
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