Behaviour of flexible/elastic materials under quasi-static force
Keywords:viscoelastic materials, elasticity, stress absorption, meat, dentin
Elasticity and stress absorption are present in many different materials in our daily life. Understanding how materials behave under pressure (whether that is constant or dynamic), and how and when they deform can be fundamental in terms of their success or longevity. Elastic behaviour is present in many different forms in different materials, e.g.: meats or other food. Interestingly, elasticity is also a major issue in the oral cavity, when talking about healthy dental tissues, such as dentin or even special dental restorative materials. The article focuses on the general mechanical behaviour of elastic and viscoelastic materials and measurements performed on them.
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