Is there an online source for the spring constant for different materials. I think it is also known as the spring stiffness and has units n/m. It is easy to find data such as the yield of a material, but I can't any data on the spring stiffness. I am specifically looking for the spring stiffness of 316L stainless steel and carbon steel grade 12.9
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