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Work, energy, and power
Work, energy, and power
Work, energy, and power
Work, energy, and power
Work, energy, and power
Work, energy, and power
Work, energy, and power
Work, energy, and power
Work, energy, and power
Work, energy, and power
Work, energy, and power
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  • 1. Work, Energy Concept M ad e by :Abhaygoyal IX -A 754
  • 2. James Joule British physicist Jam es Joule is best known for his work in electricity and therm od ynam ics Together with the physicist William Thom son (later Baron K elvin), Joule found that the tem perature of a gas falls when it expand s without d oing any work. This principle, which becam e known as the Joule-Thom son effect, und erlies the operation of com m on refrigeration and air cond itioning system s. The m etric system unit of energy is the joule (J), after Jam es Joule.
  • 3. Mechanical Mechanical energy is the energy which is possessed by an object due to its motion or its stored energy of position  Kinetic energy : is the energy of motion  Potential Energy : an object can store energy as the result of its position or elastic source
  • 4. Work Concept Work is defined as a force acting upon an object to cause a displacement Mathematically, work can be expressed by the following equation. W= F x d cos θ ( cos 0 = 1 ) 0 where F = force, d = displacement, and the angle (theta) is defined as the angle between the force and the displacement vector
  • 5. Work Calculations W= F x d W= F x d cos 300 W= F x d = 1 00N X 5m = 1 00N X 5m X .87 = 1 5K g(1 0m / 2) X 5m s = 500 N m = 41 3 N m = 750 N m
  • 6. Gravitational Potential Energy  After an object has been lifted to a height, work is done.  PE = W= F x d= mahPotential Energy ism axim um at them axim um H EIGH T
  • 7. Potential Energy Calculation  How much potential energy is lost by a 5Kg object to kinetic energy due a decrease in height of 4.5 m  PE = mah  PE = (5Kg)(10 m/s2)(4.5 m)  PE = 225 Kg m2/s2  PE = 225 J
  • 8. Kinetic Energy Calculation The energy of motion ∆KE = W= F x d= mah=1/2 mv2 Find the kinetic energy of an 4 Kg object moving at 5m/s. KE = 1/2 mv2 KE = ½ (4Kg)(5m/s) 2 KE = 50 Kg m 2 /s 2 KE = 50 J
  • 9. Spring constant CalculationA tired squirrel (mass of 1 kg) does push-ups by applying a force to elevate itscenter-of-mass by 5 cm. (A) Determine thenumber of push-ups which a tired squirrelmust do in order to do a mere 5.0 Joules ofwork. (B) Determine the squirrel’s springconstant.
  • 10. Spring Constant Calculation W = F x d = 10 N*(.05m)=.5 N m W = .5 J (each push up) 10 pushups = 5 J PE = ½ k x 2 .5 J = ½ k (.05m) 2 .5 J = ½ k (.003m 2) .5 J = .0015 m 2 333.3 J/m 2 = k
  • 11. Power! Power is the rate that we use energy. Power = Work or Energy / Time P = W/t = F x d/t = F v The units for power :  J/s  Kg m2 / s2 /s Nm/s
  • 12. Power Calculation A 5 Kg Cart is pushed by a 30 N force against friction for a distance of 10m in 5 seconds. Determine the Power needed to move the cart. P=Fxd/t P = 30 N (10 m) / 5 s P = 60 N m /s P = 60 watts
  • 13. Summary Energy is the ability to move Potential is stored energy (Statics)  Dependant on height Kinetic is moving energy (Dynamics)  Dependant on velocity Springs store energy dependant on distance and constant

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