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    Potential and Kinetic Energy Potential and Kinetic Energy Presentation Transcript

    • Potential and Kinetic Energy
      By: Kyle Snow
      EDU 290 – 11 am
      October 4, 2011
    • What is Energy?
      The ability to do work
      From http://www.greentrail.co.uk/Home.html
      From http://www.multivu.com/mnr/51180-great-smoky-mountain-lumberjack-feud
    • What is Work?
      Transferring energy
      Physically moving something
      From http://www.the-pillow.com.au/resources/how-to-lift.php
    • Kinds of Energy
      Potential
      Kinetic
      Mechanical
      Chemical
      Nuclear
      Electrical
      Light
      Heat
    • Potential Energy
      Stored energy as a result of an object’s position
      From http://photography.nationalgeographic.com/photography/enlarge/skateboarder-photography.html
      From http://www.people.vcu.edu/~rgowdy/mod/020/xmp4.htm
    • Two Kinds of Potential Energy
      Gravitational Potential Energy
      Elastic Potential Energy
    • Gravitational Potential Energy
      The energy stored in an object due to its height or distance above the ground
      From http://www.millnm.com/Health.htm
    • Gravitational potential energy depends on the mass of an object and the height of an object.
      From http://www.123rf.com/photo_5625011_red-christmas-ornament-ball-on-string-isolated-on-white.html
      From http://www.countryliving.com/homes/renovation-and-remodeling/building-a-modular-home-0206
    • Elastic Potential Energy
      The energy stored in an object due to a change in its usual position
      From http://residents.bowhunting.net/bsdunn/tbd4.htm
      From http://www.insuranceproviders.com/will-a-trampoline-increase-the-cost-of-my-home-insurance/
    • Elastic potential energy depends on how much an object is changed from its regular position.
      From http://www.anirudhsethireport.com/tag/rubber-band/
      From http://theapplepeeled.com/renters/extending-your-search/
    • Kinetic Energy
      The energy of an object in motion
      From http://www.art.com/products/p13981934-sa-i2805894/mountain-biking-downhill.htm
    • Kinetic energy depends on the speed of an object and the mass of an object.
      From http://www.truckingtruth.com/trucking_blogs/rjensen1918/2008/12/tractor-trailer-brakes-on-fire
    • From http://www.thingsthatmustdie.com/blog/?p=2784
      From http://www.oces.okstate.edu/oaes/images/don-stotts-image-folder/cyclist02A.jpg/view
    • Potential energy can be translated into kinetic energy.
      From http://skier.com/
      From http://www.visualphotos.com/image/2x3663605/young_skier_standing_on_top_of_hill_looking_at
    • Objects can have neither potential energy or kinetic energy.
      From http://blog.ajrosecarpets.com/cleaning-tips-floor-care/5-tricks-to-prepare-hardwood-floors-for-winter/
    • Conclusion
      Potential and Kinetic
      Two kinds of potential energy
      They both depend on certain factors
      Objects can have both, can have neither
    • Works Cited
      http://www.thephysicsclassroom.com
      http://solpass.org