Elastic elements have two basic effects in work: elastic effect and inelastic effect. The so-called elastic effect refers to that the deformation of the elastic element is only due to the property of being affected by the load, and its specific parameters are the stiffness and sensitivity reflecting the load and deformation. The non-elastic effect refers to the properties of elastic components that are affected by other factors (such as time, temperature and material properties), such as elastic hysteresis, elastic after-effect and relaxation. The change of temperature can change the elastic modulus and geometry of the elastic element.
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