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Any change in a thing, usually a physical object, that degrades it from its original state is referred to as damage. It’s described as “changes made to a system that have a negative impact on its present or future performance.”Damage” does not always mean a complete loss of system functioning, but rather that the system is no longer performing at its best.”

All physical damage begins at the atomic level, with the shifting or breaking of atomic bonds, and the pace at which any physical entity is damaged is therefore mainly determined by the elasticity of such bonds in the material being stressed. Damage can occur when atomic bonds are displaced rather than totally destroyed, resulting in unstable areas of concentration and diffusion in the material that are more prone to eventual breaking.

The influence of external pressures on a material is determined by its relative elasticity or plasticity; if a material is prone to elasticity, changes in its consistency are reversible, and it may recover from possible harm. If, on the other hand, the material is prone to plasticity, such changes are permanent, and each one increases the chances of a fracture or fault emerging in the material.

Although all damage at the atomic level emerges as broken atomic bonds, damage at the macroscopic level can show in the form of fractures and deformation, as well as structural degradation that is not apparent.


Objects Are Damaged

Fire damage induced by the effects of burning, water damage generated by water on materials not resistant to its effects, and radiation damage caused by ionizing radiation are all examples of damage to structures and other items. Foreign object damage is produced by the presence of any foreign item, debris, or article; hydrogen damage is generated by interactions between metals and hydrogen; and damage mechanics is damage to materials caused by cyclic mechanical stresses. When an item is injured, it may be possible to repair it, returning it to its original state or restoring it to a new state that allows it to operate despite the damage.

Living Beings Suffer Harm

An injury is defined as damage to a living creature. Living organisms can suffer damage ranging from tiny direct DNA damage and cell damage in a biological cell to damage to bigger systems such as nerve, brain, and articular cartilage injury. Trauma is a term used to describe damage to the body on a bigger scale. As people get older, they lose their capacity to recuperate fast from numerous types of biological harm.

One of two variables thought to impact biological ageing is damage (the other being programmed factors follow a biological timetable). Internal and environmental assaults on living organisms that cause cumulative harm at various levels are examples of damage-related variables.

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