elastic potential energy


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elastic potential energy

[i′las·tik pə¦ten·chəl ¦en·ər·jē]
(mechanics)
Capacity that a body has to do work by virtue of its deformation.
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Therefore, the maximum elastic potential energy stored in the material W would be
In addition, the wire did not return to the original space pore in the process of returning, which will lead to a decrease in dynamic average stiffness and maximum elastic potential energy and a small increase in loss factor.
In addition, with the increase of amplitude, the value of the maximum elastic potential energy increases.
By definition, the elastic potential energy equals negative of the work done by the bending moment [[tau].sub.bending].
of the solid skeleton through the elastic potential energy density function [[omega].sub.e].
In (15c), [I.sub.g] [T.sub.g] [Y.sup.g.sub.ij] [[pi].sub.ij], and are the dissipation rates of the kinetic energy fluctuation and the elastic potential energy fluctuation into real entropy, respectively.
In literature (SHI & LIU, 2007), takes also the non-linear elastic potential energy is U ([[theta].sub.1] - [[theta].sub.2]), , then a kind of two quality relative rotation nonlinear system dynamics model is
So the Flybar stores about four times the amount of elastic potential energy as the low-going pogo can.
When Pierce tugs on his long lobes, the skin builds up elastic potential energy (stored energy due to being stretched).