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what is the difference between resilience and modulus of resilience
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Resilience is the amount of energy that can be put into a volume of material and still be stored elastically. ie When the energy goes away, the material regains its undeformed shape. The Mod of R is the amount that can be stored by a unit volume of that material. The Mod of R is heavily related to Youngs Modulus.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Resilience : The total strain energy stored in a body. Proof resilience : The maximum stain energy stored in a body. Modulus of resilience: The proof resilience of a material per unit volume. (i.e) Modulus of resilience = proof resilience / volume of the body

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