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Intermediate Module: Creating Light Presentation: Fluorescent Lights

Intermediate Module: Creating Light Presentation: Fluorescent Lights

Intermediate Module: Creating Light Presentation: Fluorescent Lights Fluorescent light is produced in tubes. Even the fluorescent lights that look like light bulbs actually have a tube inside of them.

By johana
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Energy Production

Energy Production

Energy Production Alternative Technologies Sources of Energy Brady/Holum, Fundamentals of Chemistry, Wiley, NY, 1988, 147. Solar Collectors (curved mirrors that heat oil) Botkin/Keller, Environmental Science, Wiley, NY, 1995, 330 Direct Sunlight

By Anita
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Logic-level outputs can’t drive a motor directly. Solution: Relays

Logic-level outputs can’t drive a motor directly. Solution: Relays

Logic-level outputs can’t drive a motor directly. Solution: Relays Relays allow one circuit to switch a second circuit isolates circuit from potentially dangerous voltages. Main types of relays Reed Relay General Purpose Relay Solid State Relay Transistor. Advantages

By Ava
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UNIT 15 – SOURCES OF ENERGY

UNIT 15 – SOURCES OF ENERGY

UNIT 15 – SOURCES OF ENERGY. ENERGY FROM THE SUN. Also called solar energy Gives us heat and light energy Used in: 1. Photosynthesis (light energy chemical potential energy). Energy from the sun…. 2. Solar cells/panels (light energy electrical energy). Solar cells.

By JasminFlorian
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Energy basics

Energy basics

Energy basics. Temperature and Heat. Temperature and heat are NOT THE SAME. Temperature. How hot or cold it is. Measured in degrees Celsius . . Heat. The amount of thermal energy, measured in joules or J . .

By Jimmy
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International Student Science Conference

International Student Science Conference

International Student Science Conference. 2-8 July 2012 Hong Kong. Optimizing the Microbial Fuel Cell as an Alternative Fossil Fuel Source Philip Ong, Alex Cheah, Daniel Chew Anglo-Chinese School (Independent), Singapore. Introduction – The Microbial Fuel Cell.

By albert
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The Underpinnings of Physical Science

The Underpinnings of Physical Science

The Underpinnings of Physical Science. What is the goal of science? Science seeks to make predictions about… The future of things (hurricanes, climate, etc.) The location of things (hurricanes, oil, etc.). How does science make predictions?. The Underpinnings of Physical Science.

By zander
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Muhammad Ramlee Kamarudin Wireless Communication Centre (WCC) Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

Muhammad Ramlee Kamarudin Wireless Communication Centre (WCC) Universiti Teknologi Malaysia

Mechanical and Electrical Systems SKAA 2032. Muhammad Ramlee Kamarudin Wireless Communication Centre (WCC) Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. Brief Biodata. Name : Muhammad Ramlee Kamarudin Position : Associate Professor Affiliation : Wireless Communication Centre (WCC)

By floriane
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Energy Basics

Energy Basics

Energy Basics. Part 1: The Relationship Between Matter and Energy. Define matter and energy Matter is anything that occupies space and has mass. Energy is the capacity to take action and move matter around. 2. How are energy and matter related? Energy is stored in matter.

By mekelle
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Yr11 Electrical Power 13.8

Yr11 Electrical Power 13.8

Yr11 Electrical Power 13.8. Revision. Water flows in a river Current = how much water flows in a certain time Current = the rate of flow of water. Charge flows in an electrical circuit Current = how much charge flows in a certain time Current = the rate of flow of charge.

By bisa
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UNIT FIVE: Electricity and Magnetism

UNIT FIVE: Electricity and Magnetism

UNIT FIVE: Electricity and Magnetism. Chapter 16 Electricity Chapter 17 Magnetism. Chapter Seventeen: Magnetism. 17.1 Properties of Magnets 17.2 Electromagnets 17.3 Electric Motors and Generators 17.4 Generating Electricity. Chapter 17.3 Learning Goals.

By jeb
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Energy Flow in the Cell

Energy Flow in the Cell

Energy Flow in the Cell. What is energy?. Capacity to do work. 1. Kinetic Energy - energy of movement (e.g. light, heat, electricity, movement of large objects). 2. Potential Energy - stored energy (e.g. chemical energy in bonds of molecules,

By daire
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What is Energy?

What is Energy?

What is Energy?. Different Kinds of Energy. What is Energy?. The ability to make things move. Can you make things move?. Then you have energy… …but there are seven different kinds of energy…. Chemical Energy. What holds atoms in molecules together

By rae
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C H A P T E R   19

C H A P T E R   19

C H A P T E R   19. Electric Potential Energy and the Electric Potential. 19.4  Equipotential Surfaces. An equipotential surface is a Surface on which the Electric Potential is the same everywhere. . Equipotential Lines of Two Unlike Charges.

By nola
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Prof. dr. Marija Todorovic DERES - DIVISION FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES

Prof. dr. Marija Todorovic DERES - DIVISION FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES

ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND SUSTAINABILITY OF BUILDINGS ART AND SCIENCE OF SUSTAINABLE BUILDINGS DESIGN - BUILDINGS INTELLIGENCE AND ETHICS OF SUSTAINABILITY. Prof. dr. Marija Todorovic DERES - DIVISION FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES

By rune
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The Nitrogen Cycle

The Nitrogen Cycle

The Nitrogen Cycle. A2 OCR Biology . By the end of this session I will:. be able to describe the importance of nitrogen in living systems. outline the role of micro-organisms in the cycling of nitrogen Describe the nitrogen cycle using the appropriate AS/A2 scientific language.

By kordell
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Hydropower !

Hydropower !

Hydropower !. Rowan University Freshman Clinic Fall 2003. Objectives of Module. Learn about energy conversion Learn about unit conversions Understand the differences between force, work, and power Assemble a turbine, measure dimensions Document the tests neatly in your lab books

By huyen
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Applications of Energy to The Real World

Applications of Energy to The Real World

Applications of Energy to The Real World. A TAKS Tutorial. Energy causes Change. The sun radiates light and heat energy. At night, street lights convert electrical energy to light. As a car drives by, it is making power from gasoline - stored energy.

By mai
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Conservation of Energy

Conservation of Energy

Conservation of Energy. Lesson Objectives: All must know that energy an be neither created nor destroyed but it can be changed from one form into another. All must know that some energy is wasted (usually as heat) when energy is transferred.

By yepa
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Experiment Design of a Photovoltaic/Thermal Hybrid System

Experiment Design of a Photovoltaic/Thermal Hybrid System

Experiment Design of a Photovoltaic/Thermal Hybrid System. Maria Browne Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering, Trinity College Dublin You Supervisors’ Names Here Dr. Sarah McCormack Prof. Brian Norton 15th February 2013. Effect of Temperature on Photovoltaics.

By evelyn
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