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Gimpy
What are the differences between inelasticity anelasticity and plasticity? View All


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Lurch
Inelasticity - Not changing shape or bending: inflexible, rigid, stiff, unbending. Anelasticity - Dependence of elastic strain on both stress and time. Plasticity - The propensity of a material to undergo permanent deformation under load.


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rahul gopinath
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plasticity_%28physics%29

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