elastic flow

elastic flow

[i′las·tik ′flō]
(mechanics)
Return of a material to its original shape following deformation.
References in periodicals archive ?
"Expressions," the first single from his new album, marries Farris' elastic flow to a bouncing trap beat accented with blaring sirens and chiming church bells.
Sam rhymes with a cool charisma and an elastic flow that lands somewhere between Lil Wayne and Wiz Khalifa, while his producer Icez' tracks hiccup vocal samples and pulsate with even greater urgency than the first wave of jerkin productions.
Obviously, only a 3D structure with a certain better relation between normal stress and shear stress in the region of small shear rates, or better elastic flow behavior, can lead to a system with two yield stress regions.
"Standard polylactides are linear polymers with relatively low elastic melt strength, and this lack of elastic flow in the molten state inhibits the ability of a polymer to expand into a low-density foam." The 8051D grade overcomes this by providing properties that are "essentially equivalent to low-density expanded PS foam."
This Figure shows that these resins have significantly different viscous and elastic flow properties.