Join Date: Oct 2014
Location: Byron Bay, Australia
You can think of a coil spring behaving as if it is stretched out as a torsion bar, so the one with fewer turns and smaller overall diameter will be like a shorter torsion bar and will get stiffer slightly quicker as it is compressed, but it is a thinner rod, which will offset that effect. The result, IMHO, is that they would behave very similarly.
There are holes in the sky where the rain gets in,
and the holes are very small, that's why rain is thin.