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See also: Elasticity

Elastic may refer to...: Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Wiktionary is a multilingual, Web-based project to create a free content dictionary, available in over 150 languages. ... Elasticity has meanings in two different fields: In physics and mechanical engineering, the theory of elasticity describes how a solid object moves and deforms in response to external stress. ...

  • Elastic collision, a term describing collisions in which kinetic energy is conserved.
  • Elastic deformations, a term describing reversible deformations of materials.
  • Elastic is also a colloquial noun for certain kinds of elastomers and stretchable fabrics.
  • Elastic is also an alternative name for the skipping game Chinese jump rope

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Elastic Residence (660 words)
Elastic residence is a gallery space for projects and durational performance.
Elastic Residence is an independent, artist-run project space that provides exhibition opportunities and support for artists outside the confines of a commercial or institutional framework.
Elastic does not receive any core funding for it’s exhibition programme, therefore, the cost of making and presenting the work must be met by the artist/curator, as do some of the exhibition expenses.
Elastic - definition of Elastic in Encyclopedia (408 words)
The elasticity of a solid is inversely proportional to the strength of the material.
The word elastic is often used colloquially to refer to an elastomeric material such as rubber or cloth/rubber combinations.
In that case, when a large flexibility is needed for a large surface, a folding wall is an alternative connections between railroad cars and in articulated buses, and in an accordion.
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