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Thermal Energy from the Sun

Thermal Energy from the Sun

Thermal Energy from the Sun. A. Energy from the Sun. 1. Energy from the sun reaches the Earth through the process of radiation. 2. Radiation is the transfer of energy. 3. Not all of the sun’s energy reaches the Earth’s surface. B. What happens to the sun’s energy when it reaches Earth?.

By jaden
(960 views)

Automotive Industry in 	 				Canada: 	Hazards and 	Standards

Automotive Industry in Canada: Hazards and Standards

Automotive Industry in Canada: Hazards and Standards CAW is the largest private sector union in Canada. We’re opposed to NAFTA and the FTAA: Quebec City demo RSI Claims Increase after FTA CAW in Manufacturing Automotive Industry: Automotive Assembly: Big 3

By niveditha
(1419 views)

Bill Robertson June 14, 2006

Bill Robertson June 14, 2006

NSTA Web Seminar Energy: Stop Faking It! Bill Robertson June 14, 2006 Temperature is a measure of… The total amount of energy in an object The total amount of thermal energy in an object How much heat something gives off How fast the molecules in an object are moving Heat is…

By elina
(395 views)

ACCIDENT PREVENTION

ACCIDENT PREVENTION

ACCIDENT PREVENTION. FORESEEABILITY. ANTICIPATE A DISASTER DEVELOP A PLAN TO MINIMIZE IT’S EFFECT. FORESEEABILITY. FACTORS REQUIRED FOR DAMAGE SUSCEPTABLE HOST ENVIRONMENT DAMAGE AGENT (USUALLY ENERGY) PRESENCE DAMAGING DOSE. HUMAN HOST SUSCEPTIBILITY. PHYSICAL STRENGTH

By andrew
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Unit 3 Heat & Temperature

Unit 3 Heat & Temperature

Unit 3 Heat & Temperature. Unit 3 Topic 3- Particle Model. Particle Model. Wave your hand in the air … is it easy? Imagine waving your hand under water … harder? Why is that? The Particle Model Theory!. Particle Model. So everything is made of tiny, tiny particles.

By elina
(183 views)

Types of Energy

Types of Energy

Types of Energy. Everything should be off your desk except your notes page and your pencil. Fill in your notes as we go along. Potential Energy. Energy of POSITION or STORED energy. 1. CHEMICAL ENERGY . energy stored in the bonds of atoms Examples are gasoline (petroleum) FOOD

By elina
(154 views)

Chapter 5 Thermochemistry

Chapter 5 Thermochemistry

Chapter 5 Thermochemistry. Energy. Energy is the ability to do work or transfer heat. Energy used to cause an object that has mass to move is called work . Energy used to cause the temperature of an object to rise is called heat. 1. E k =  mv 2. 2. Kinetic Energy.

By libitha
(442 views)

ENERGY CONSERVATION

ENERGY CONSERVATION

ENERGY CONSERVATION. Types of Energy. Energy can be broadly divided into two categories- Renewable Energy Non Renewable Energy. Renewable Energy. Renewable energy can be generated continuously practically without decay of source. E.g.- Solar Energy Wind Energy Geothermal Energy

By lotus
(277 views)

Energy On Earth Exist in 6 Forms…

Energy On Earth Exist in 6 Forms…

http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=water+and+water+fall&&view=detail&mid=72A41E873254C05ABA0672A41E873254C05ABA06&&FORM=VDRVRV. Energy On Earth Exist in 6 Forms…. Mechanical Electromagnetic Heat (Thermal) Chemical Nuclear Electrical. Mechanical Energy (Kinetic).

By maree
(182 views)

Energy Forms

Energy Forms

Energy Forms. What is energy again … ?. Energy is the ability to do work a ka “CAUSE CHANGE” Energy is measured in joules (J). Kinetic VS Potential. Potential energy is stored energy Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. Chemical Energy.

By erv
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Thermal Energy A. Temperature & Heat 1. Temperature is related to the average kinetic energy of the particles in a

Thermal Energy A. Temperature & Heat 1. Temperature is related to the average kinetic energy of the particles in a

Thermal Energy A. Temperature & Heat 1. Temperature is related to the average kinetic energy of the particles in a substance. 2. SI unit for temp. is the Kelvin a. K = C + 273 (10C = 283K) b. C = K – 273 (10K = -263C).

By krystyn
(1018 views)

Energy Transformation

Energy Transformation

Energy Transformation. Stress built up in a rock. Energy Transformation . Stress built up in a rock . Stored Potential Energy. Energy Transformation . Car rolling. Energy Transformation . Car Rolling . Kinetic Energy. Energy Transformation . Burning Coal . Energy Transformation .

By kaya
(638 views)

Thermal Energy

Thermal Energy

Thermal Energy. Milbank High School. Sec. 12.1 Temperature and Thermal Energy. Objectives Describe the nature of thermal energy Define temperature and distinguish it from thermal energy Use the Celsius and Kelvin temperature scales and convert one to the other

By min
(283 views)

Heat

Heat

Heat. Chapter 6. What is Temperature?. Temperature - A measure of the average kinetic energy of the particles in an object. All particles are in constant motion (even if they don’t appear to be) The faster the particles are moving, the more kinetic energy they have.

By ornice
(756 views)

Thermal Energy and Heat

Thermal Energy and Heat

Thermal Energy and Heat. Thermal Heat and Matter. Heat – transfer of thermal energy from one object to another due to a difference in temperature Heat flows spontaneously from hot objects to cold objects Temperature – measure of how hot or cold something is. Thermal Heat and Matter.

By royal
(805 views)

Lesson 2: Methods of Heat Transfer

Lesson 2: Methods of Heat Transfer

Lesson 2: Methods of Heat Transfer. Discovery Education Video: Physical Science: The Basics - Energy

By gen
(395 views)

Work Examples

Work Examples

Work Examples. [1] Sliding Block. Δ x. F. CM. work done to the control mass so it is energy gained. [2] Shear Work on a Fluid. Belt. shear stress × speed × area. v x. W. t. CM. Liquid Bath. work done to the control mass so it is energy gained. Work Examples.

By roden
(253 views)

Objectives

Objectives

Compare and contrast weather and climate. Analyze how imbalances in the heating of Earth’s surface create weather. Describe how air masses form. Identify five types of air masses. Section 12.1. Objectives. The Causes of Weather.

By halia
(125 views)

Prelesson first question

Prelesson first question

Prelesson first question. Explain why you think one has more potential energy. Prelesson third question. Explain why you think one has more kinetic energy. 1. Do you think the Skater will make it over the first hump? ( No friction on the track).

By rupert
(180 views)

C. Using Heat 1. Types of heating systems a. Wood or coal burning stove

C. Using Heat 1. Types of heating systems a. Wood or coal burning stove

C. Using Heat 1. Types of heating systems a. Wood or coal burning stove b. Forced-air (most common today). c. Radiator. d. Electric e. Solar 1) Passive (lots of south windows) 2) Active (solar panels). 2. Heat engines. combustion. thermal energy.

By carolyn
(102 views)

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