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Notes pb lab 01b  emergy transformations 1 potential kinetic
Notes pb lab 01b  emergy transformations 1 potential kinetic
Notes pb lab 01b  emergy transformations 1 potential kinetic
Notes pb lab 01b  emergy transformations 1 potential kinetic
Notes pb lab 01b  emergy transformations 1 potential kinetic
Notes pb lab 01b  emergy transformations 1 potential kinetic
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Notes pb lab 01b emergy transformations 1 potential kinetic

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  • 1. What is Energy?
  • 2. Energy is the ability to do workWork is done when a force moves anobject over a distance in thedirection of the force W = F x d (Force x Distance)Measured in Joules (j)
  • 3. Potential EnergyKinetic Energy
  • 4. The Energy of Position; The energy an object has because ofits position. The ability to haveenergy or stored energyExamples: The wound spring in a wind-up toy The stretched bow of a bow andarrow
  • 5. Energy of Motion◦ All moving objects even protons,neutrons and electrons have it.◦ The greater the mass of the movingobject, the greater the Kinetic EnergyExamples:◦ The swinging of a hammer.◦ A ball rolling down a hill
  • 6. Energy of Motion◦ All moving objects even protons,neutrons and electrons have it.◦ The greater the mass of the movingobject, the greater the Kinetic EnergyExamples:◦ The swinging of a hammer.◦ A ball rolling down a hill

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