Elastic aftereffect | Article about elastic aftereffect by The Free Dictionary
elastic aftereffect[i′las·tik ′af·tər·i‚fekt]
The delay of certain substances in regaining their original shape after being deformed within their elastic limits. Also known as elastic lag.
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It should be pointed out that the TNSD stability calculation is based on the idea that when the elastic aftereffect occurs (creation of the wave), the velocity rearrangement in the merging area causes intensive wave stretching.
an elastic aftereffect does not occur because TNSD is positive in such a case).