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Kinetic Energy

Kinetic Energy

Kinetic Energy. energy of the motion of an object. = m x V 2 2. m = mass V = velocity. The location on the track where the train has the greatest potential energy is. Kinetic. K inetic energy energy of a moving object. When does a toy race car have kinetic energy?

By paul
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Welcome back to Physics 215

Welcome back to Physics 215

Welcome back to Physics 215. Today ’ s agenda: Work Non-conservative forces Power. Current homework assignment. HW7: Knight Textbook Ch.9: 54, 72 Ch.10: 48, 68, 76 Ch.11: 50, 64 Due Wednesday, Oct. 22 nd in recitation. Work, Energy. Newton ’ s Laws are vecto r equations

By bernad
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HEATING AND COOLING CURVES

HEATING AND COOLING CURVES

HEATING AND COOLING CURVES . Concepts. What are some things that happen as we heat a sample up?. Solid  Liquid  Gas Melting, Evaporating Increase in entropy. What is heat? How is heat different from temperature? . Heat is a measure of kinetic energy

By jaden
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Chapter 3 - Energy

Chapter 3 - Energy

F Chapter 3 - Energy Changes in motion and position -involves forces leads to changes in energy ENERGY - ability to do work position change, motion change: study, mow lawn, wind mill MECHANICAL WORK - transformation of forces into energy force must move object-displacement

By Jimmy
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MESB 374	 System Modeling and Analysis Translational Mechanical System

MESB 374 System Modeling and Analysis Translational Mechanical System

MESB 374 System Modeling and Analysis Translational Mechanical System. Translational Mechanical Systems. Basic (Idealized) Modeling Elements Interconnection Relationships -Physical Laws Derive Equation of Motion (EOM) - SDOF Energy Transfer Series and Parallel Connections

By libitha
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Period 2 Question 1

Period 2 Question 1

Period 2 Question 1. The kinetic energy of an object is increased 8 times as a result of:. Increasing the mass 4 times Increasing the speed 4 times Increasing both the mass and the speed 2 times Increasing the speed 8 times Applying a force which is 8 times greater. Period 2 Question 2.

By Olivia
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AQA ENERGY – part 1

AQA ENERGY – part 1

Energy pathways. Change in thermal energy = mass X specific heat capacity X temperature change. ∆E= m X c X ∆ θ. HIGHER: efficiency can be increased using machines. Efficiency = Useful power output Total power input. Efficiency = Useful output energy transfer

By Rita
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Mechanical Work and Power: Learning Goal

Mechanical Work and Power: Learning Goal

Mechanical Work and Power: Learning Goal. The student will use appropriate terminology related to energy including work, gravitational potential energy, kinetic energy, and power; and perform calculations related to the work done in a mechanical system. Mechanical Work and Power. SPH4C.

By Thomas
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where m = mass of object v = speed of object

where m = mass of object v = speed of object

By jaden
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PERIODICITY

PERIODICITY

PERIODICITY. Periodic Table. Dmitri Mendeleev developed the modern periodic table. Argued that element properties are periodic functions of their atomic weights. We now know that element properties are periodic functions of their ATOMIC NUMBERS . Periods in the Periodic Table.

By elina
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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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Lecture 2. Why BEC is linked with single particle quantum behaviour over macroscopic length scales

Lecture 2. Why BEC is linked with single particle quantum behaviour over macroscopic length scales

http://cua.mit.edu/ketterle_group/. Quantised vortices in 4 He and ultra-cold trapped gases. Interference between separately prepared condensates of ultra-cold atoms. Lecture 2. Why BEC is linked with single particle quantum behaviour over macroscopic length scales.

By Lucy
(195 views)

Chapter 6 Energy and States of Matter

Chapter 6 Energy and States of Matter

Chapter 6 Energy and States of Matter. Energy Measuring Temperature. Energy. Makes objects move Makes things stop Energy from sun plants foods we eat energy to live We need energy to “do work”. Work is done when . Go up stairs Play soccer Lift a bag of groceries

By libitha
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Atmospheric Thermodynamics –II The first Law of Thermodynamics and applications

Atmospheric Thermodynamics –II The first Law of Thermodynamics and applications

Atmospheric Thermodynamics –II The first Law of Thermodynamics and applications. Prof. Leila M. V. Carvalho Dept. Geography, UCSB. The first Law of Thermodynamics. Is the law that describes the relationships between heat, work and internal energy.

By Jims
(199 views)

The Nature of Gases

The Nature of Gases

The Nature of Gases. 13.1. The skunk releases its spray! Within seconds you smell that all-too-familiar foul odor. You will discover some general characteristics of gases that help explain how odors travel through the air, even on a windless day. 13.1. Kinetic Theory and a Model for Gases.

By eze
(193 views)

WORK AND ENERGY

WORK AND ENERGY

WORK AND ENERGY . work is done when an object moves while force is acting on it : W = F • d F = (net) force acting on object; d = distance object moves while force is acting; (note: F is really the component of the force in the direction of motion;) energy

By cicero
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Energy and its Conservation

Energy and its Conservation

Energy and its Conservation. Physics Mrs. Coyle. Part I. Mechanical Energy Potential Kinetic Work Energy Theorem. Energy and Work. Energy is the ability to do work. Work is the energy transferred to or from a system by a force that acts on it. Video Link: Kinetic Sculpture.

By step
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Temperature, Heat, and Expansion

Temperature, Heat, and Expansion

Temperature, Heat, and Expansion. Chapter 21. Temperature. Temperature – the quantity that tells how hot or cold something is compared with a standard A common thermometer measures temperature by showing the expansion and contraction of a liquid in a glass tube using a scale

By cianna
(383 views)

Conceptual Physics 11 th Edition

Conceptual Physics 11 th Edition

Conceptual Physics 11 th Edition. Chapter 7: ENERGY. This lecture will help you understand:. Energy Work Power Mechanical Energy : Potential and Kinetic Work-Energy Theorem Conservation of Energy Machines Efficiency Recycled Energy Energy for Life Sources of Energy. Energy.

By alder
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Lecture 25

Lecture 25

Lecture 25. Jupiter and 4 of its moons under the influence of gravity Goal: To use Newton’s theory of gravity to analyze the motion of satellites and planets. Exam results. Mean/Median 59/100 Nominal exam curve A 81-100 AB 71-80 B 61-70 BC 51-60 C 31-50 D 25-30

By meryle
(148 views)

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