What Is Strain Energy?

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Strain energy is the energy that is stored in a body due to deformation. If the body is elastic in nature, the strain energy can be recovered though it will be in the form of mechanical energy.
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strain energy is the same as the energy stored in a spring... to bend or strain a piece of steel, for example, you have to put in a force on the end of it, that force times the distance
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( i′las·tik ′strān ′en·ər·jē ) (mechanics) The work done in deforming a solid within its elastic limit.
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