Property by virtue of which material can absorb strain energy without plastic deformation is called ________
Resilience is the strain energy absorbed by material without undergoing plastic deformation.
Strain energy stored in a specimen when strained within the elastic limit is known as Resilience. The maximum energy stored at the elastic limit is known as Proof Resilience.
The resilience of the material is the amount of energy the material can absorb and still return to its original state.