SailingConceptual Physicsannie cloutier 2012 copyrightWind Power is the ForceNweton’s Second Law F = m aNewton’s Third Law...
http://science.kqed.org/quest/video/the-physics-of-sailing/   Position                         Is defined in relation to...
An original idea…
Understanding Motion   Speed                    How fast an object is moving                              calculate by d...
NEWTON’S THIRD LAW Action - ReactionFor every action there is an equal and opposite reaction    When an object is subject...
Newton’s Third LawInversely proportional   cannonball       F/m   =a Cannon         F   /m=a
Velocity and Acceleration   Velocity                      Acceleration   Is speed in a given           Is the rate at ...
Conservation of Energy   An unbalances force on an object produces a    change in momentum   States that the energy can ...
Bernoulli’s Principle
Pressure, push or pull is FORCE
Henri Coanda Romanian Jet Design scientist 1886-1972 andSir Frank Whittle British scientisthttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=...
http://web.mit.edu/2.972/www/reports/sail_boat/sail_boat.html                                    But you can never sail  ...
Activity :Bernoulli’s Principle                           5 cm wide x 28 cm long                            strip of pape...
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  1. 1. SailingConceptual Physicsannie cloutier 2012 copyrightWind Power is the ForceNweton’s Second Law F = m aNewton’s Third LawAction ~ ReactionBernoulli’s Principle
  2. 2. http://science.kqed.org/quest/video/the-physics-of-sailing/ Position  Is defined in relation to a reference point  Velocity is described by Velocity direction and speed of an object ∆ delta means change  Change in velocity is due to changes in speed, direction or both
  3. 3. An original idea…
  4. 4. Understanding Motion Speed  How fast an object is moving calculate by dividing the distance covered by time Instantaneous speed  The speed at any instant  Average speed is the total Average speed distance covered divided by the time Total distance  Is the average speed times the travel time
  5. 5. NEWTON’S THIRD LAW Action - ReactionFor every action there is an equal and opposite reaction When an object is subjected to multiple forces at once, the result is the cumulative effect of all the forces When forces on an object are balanced, the object will change its velocity When forces are not balanced, no acceleration occurs When a body A exerts a force on a body B, B exerts an equal and opposite force on A
  6. 6. Newton’s Third LawInversely proportional cannonball F/m =a Cannon F /m=a
  7. 7. Velocity and Acceleration Velocity  Acceleration Is speed in a given  Is the rate at which the direction velocity is changing Speed is a description  Acceleration can apply of how fast an object is to decreases as well as moving increases in speed Velocity is how fast  Deceleration is the and in what direction it decreasing of speed moves (slam on your brakes)
  8. 8. Conservation of Energy An unbalances force on an object produces a change in momentum States that the energy can not be created or destroyed Energy can be transferred from one form into another, but the total amount of energy never changes.
  9. 9. Bernoulli’s Principle
  10. 10. Pressure, push or pull is FORCE
  11. 11. Henri Coanda Romanian Jet Design scientist 1886-1972 andSir Frank Whittle British scientisthttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYuNKarb8oY
  12. 12. http://web.mit.edu/2.972/www/reports/sail_boat/sail_boat.html  But you can never sail directly into the wind
  13. 13. Activity :Bernoulli’s Principle  5 cm wide x 28 cm long strip of paper  Blow across the top of the paper strip  Notice the position of the end of the paper.
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