elastic recovery

elastic recovery

[i′las·tik ri′kəv·ə·rē]
(mechanics)
That fraction of a given deformation of a solid which behaves elastically.
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After arriving the point B, the scratch tip was stopped and then moved upwards to allow the elastic recovery.
This means that distortion while material is setting will be less owing to its stiffness, but the set material may distort more in comparison with other materials during removal due to less elastic recovery.
An SEBS-based compound is offered for the production of elastic films and is said to be characterized by excellent softness and transparency, optimal elastic recovery and high tear resistance.
A highly elastic product for use where good stretching capabilities are needed, Mogul ElastexTPU products are designed to provide maximum elongation and maximum elastic recovery.
The MEI tester also captured the elastic recovery properties, something that much more sophisticated rheological instruments failed to accomplish.
Traditional vulcanised rubbers achieve elastic recovery by inserting strong chemical bonds between the polymer chains (irreversible crosslinks) to create loose networks.
Elastic recovery testing is a basic test utilized to evaluate bitumen modification.
Recently, new elastomeric impression materials with very high elastic recovery and high tear strength have been introduced.
The total heat of fusion of the inner layer is less than the heat of fusion of either of the two exterior layers, and the multi-layer film has an elastic recovery of at least 40% when stretched to 100% elongation.
Xu and Li [14] found that the ratio of elastic recovery displacement of nanoindentation to the maximum penetration depth has a linear relationship to the ratio of residual stress to yield stress.