Variable force springs and variable torsion springs can break through the influence of Hooke’s law on traditional springs, so that the stroke and force no longer increase in proportion to each other, but can achieve a negative slope stepped constant force and other combinations of elasticity-displacement, according to the needs of the mechanical engineering, the use of elasticity and displacement between the relationship between the stroke in a specific use of the occasions, to do a variety of elasticity curves of the change in the design.
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