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- adj. Of, pertaining to, or exhibiting thermoelasticity
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Take that, slowing Atlantic thermoelastic circulation!
In Bell's effect, the absorption of light heats a material slightly, typically by a matter of millikelvins, and the temperature rise causes thermoelastic expansion.
Instead of fluids, it uses a solid-state material - their thermoelastic shape memory alloy.
Phenomenological thermodynamic theory of thermoelastic martensitic transformations.
a very low coefficient of expansion; elinvar, for which the thermoelastic coefficient is practically zero, i.e. Young's modulus constant, over a considerable temperature range; together with other useful alloys.
UM researchers will test a prototype cooling system using a thermoelastic 'smart' metal that is more efficient than current technology (Image: Keck Laboratory for Combinatorial