The spring stiffness, also known as the spring constant, is a measure of the stiffness of a spring. It indicates how much force is required to stretch or compress the spring by one unit. The spring stiffness is measured in Newtons per metre (N/m). A higher spring stiffness means that the spring is stiffer, while a lower stiffness indicates a softer spring. Precise knowledge of spring stiffness is crucial for the design of spring systems in various applications, from vehicle chassis to industrial machinery.

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