Forms of Energy Tutorials:Important Statements!WFLMS MYP PhysicsLi/Sittig/Zhang/You!
MYP 8.2
Wind Energy• Advantages/disadvantages• Easy to rebuild• Useless when there is no wind• Environmentally friendly• Takes a l...
Nuclear Energy• Nuclear fission, fusion, decay• In the nucleus of the atom• E = mc2
Electric Energy• It’s dangerous/helpful• P = E / t• Derived from electric potential energy• Fancy equation E = Q*phi/V
Solar energy• Ultraviolet radiation is harmful• Unlimited• Hard to concentrate• Environmentally friendly• Biggest solar po...
Chemical Energy• Stored in the food we eat every day• Chemical → potential → kinetic energy• Released through chemical rea...
Thermal Energy• Steam has thermal energy
MYP 8.1
Important Statements• Wind energy comes from wind.• Wind energy is renewable energy.• Wind energy is measured in Joules.
Chemical Energy• Chemical energy comes from photosynthesisin plants (one example).• Drinking yogurt gives us chemical ener...
Potential Energy• GPEC = mgh• GPEC = Gravitational Potential Energy Change• Yogurt had energy because it was a distancefro...
Electric (Potential) Energy• E = QV• It’s a type of potential energy• Can be useful, can be changed into otherenergies lik...
Light Energy• Lightbulb, fire, firefly, stars, sun, candle, fireworks.• Waves, photons.• Can change into other forms of en...
Water Energy• Water energy is changed to electric energy.• Comes from water that is high up, a form ofpotential energy.• H...
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  1. 1. Forms of Energy Tutorials:Important Statements!WFLMS MYP PhysicsLi/Sittig/Zhang/You!
  2. 2. MYP 8.2
  3. 3. Wind Energy• Advantages/disadvantages• Easy to rebuild• Useless when there is no wind• Environmentally friendly• Takes a lot of space• E = ½ * pstu3
  4. 4. Nuclear Energy• Nuclear fission, fusion, decay• In the nucleus of the atom• E = mc2
  5. 5. Electric Energy• It’s dangerous/helpful• P = E / t• Derived from electric potential energy• Fancy equation E = Q*phi/V
  6. 6. Solar energy• Ultraviolet radiation is harmful• Unlimited• Hard to concentrate• Environmentally friendly• Biggest solar power stations in the USA• Solar panels collect the energy
  7. 7. Chemical Energy• Stored in the food we eat every day• Chemical → potential → kinetic energy• Released through chemical reactions
  8. 8. Thermal Energy• Steam has thermal energy
  9. 9. MYP 8.1
  10. 10. Important Statements• Wind energy comes from wind.• Wind energy is renewable energy.• Wind energy is measured in Joules.
  11. 11. Chemical Energy• Chemical energy comes from photosynthesisin plants (one example).• Drinking yogurt gives us chemical energy.• CO2 + light → glucose, energy is stored in thechemical bonds.
  12. 12. Potential Energy• GPEC = mgh• GPEC = Gravitational Potential Energy Change• Yogurt had energy because it was a distancefrom the ground, it had mass and it was in agravitational field.• Electric potential energy, gravitationalPE, elastic PE.
  13. 13. Electric (Potential) Energy• E = QV• It’s a type of potential energy• Can be useful, can be changed into otherenergies like sound, light.
  14. 14. Light Energy• Lightbulb, fire, firefly, stars, sun, candle, fireworks.• Waves, photons.• Can change into other forms of energy.
  15. 15. Water Energy• Water energy is changed to electric energy.• Comes from water that is high up, a form ofpotential energy.• Hydroelectric energy.

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