volute spring

volute spring
noun
a spring in the shape of a coil
Syn: ↑coil spring
Hypernyms: ↑spring

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noun
: a spring formed of a conically spiral coil of plate, rod, or wire that is extended or extensible in the direction of the axis of the coil in which direction its elastic force is exerted

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a coil spring, conical in shape, extending in the direction of the axis of the coil. See illus. under spring.
[1860-65]

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volute spring,
a metal spring resembling a volute, commonly one consisting of a flat bar or ribbon coiled in a conical helix so as to be compressible in the direction of the axis about which it is coiled.

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