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Title: Energy


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Unit 7
  • Energy Work

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Energy
  • Energy the ability to do work
  • (the ability to cause a change)

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Mechanical Energy
  • Two types of mechanical energy
  • Potential Energy - energy of position
  • Kinetic energy energy of motion

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Kinetic Energy
  • Kinetic energy energy of motion

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Kinetic energy
  • What if the mass is doubled?
  • What happens to the kinetic energy if the
    velocity is doubled?

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Potential Energy
  • Potential energy energy of position/location
  • Chemical potential
  • Elastic potential
  • Gravitational potential
  • Electric potential
  • Nuclear potential

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Gravitational Potential Energy
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Gravitational Potential Energy
  • What happens to the gravitational potential
    energy if the mass is doubled?
  • What if the height is doubled?

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Conservation of Energy
  • Law of Conservation of Energy
  • Energy cannot be created or destroyed. It can
    be transformed from one form to another, but the
    total amount of energy never changes.

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Pendulum
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Starts out not moving
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Starts out not moving
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Total energy kinetic potential
Total energy of the pendulum is conserved
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Conservation of Energy
  • Law of Conservation of Energy
  • Energy cannot be created or destroyed. It can
    be transformed from one form to another, but the
    total amount of energy never changes.
  • - What are some examples of transformation of
    energy?

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Different starting conditions
  • What if I start the pendulum higher?

Before
Now
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Different starting conditions
  • What if I start the pendulum higher?

Before
Now
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Different starting conditions
  • What if I push the pendulum instead of just
    letting go of it?

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Different starting conditions
  • What if I push the pendulum instead of just
    letting go of it?

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Rollercoaster
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What would the energy bar chart look like?
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When does a pendulum have the most Total Energy ?
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Energy
  • Energy initial Energy final
  • Scenario A boulder resting on a hilltop
  • What kind of energy does the boulder have at the
    top of the hill?
  • What will happen to that energy as the boulder
    rolls down the hill? Why?
  • What kind of energy does the boulder have as it
    rolls down the hill?
  • What will happen to this energy as the boulder
    rolls down the hill? Why?
  • What would happen to the two types of energy
    mentioned if the hill on which the boulder sits
    was much taller?

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Work
  • Two things must occur for work to be done.
  • 1- a force must be applied
  • 2- something must move as a result of that
    force
  • Work force x distance
  • Or Wfd unit Nm or J (joules)

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Power
  • Power rate at which work is done.
  • P W
  • t
  • (unit is 1 J/s OR 1 W (watts))
  • (i.e. 40 W 40 J/s)
  • 1 horsepower 746 Watts
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