Objects that change their shape when the force is applied and can be restored when the force is lifted are called springs. It is used in many mechanical devices ranging from the items we use in daily life to cars.
Robert Hooke, a 17th century physicist, discovered that when the tension on the springs was lifted, it became old and linear. He discovered that stretching a spring is directly proportional to the length of the spring and depends on the property of the spring.
Robert Hooke's elastic strain formula;
He formulated the formula as F (force) = -k (spring constant) * x (elongation amount).
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