Potential and Kinetic Energy

... Energy can be neither created, not destroyed BUT can change from one form to another. (Amount of energy in a system remains constant!) KE can change to PE, or vice versa! Energy can be transferred as work and heat ...

... Energy can be neither created, not destroyed BUT can change from one form to another. (Amount of energy in a system remains constant!) KE can change to PE, or vice versa! Energy can be transferred as work and heat ...

Powerpoint

... “The energy in electromagnetic phenomena is the same as mechanical energy. The only question is, ‘Where does it reside?’ In the old theories, it resides in electrified bodies. In our theory, it resides in the electromagnetic field, in the space surrounding the electrified bodies.”—James Maxwell ...

... “The energy in electromagnetic phenomena is the same as mechanical energy. The only question is, ‘Where does it reside?’ In the old theories, it resides in electrified bodies. In our theory, it resides in the electromagnetic field, in the space surrounding the electrified bodies.”—James Maxwell ...

Slide 1

... “The energy in electromagnetic phenomena is the same as mechanical energy. The only question is, ‘Where does it reside?’ In the old theories, it resides in electrified bodies. In our theory, it resides in the electromagnetic field, in the space surrounding the electrified bodies.”—James Maxwell ...

... “The energy in electromagnetic phenomena is the same as mechanical energy. The only question is, ‘Where does it reside?’ In the old theories, it resides in electrified bodies. In our theory, it resides in the electromagnetic field, in the space surrounding the electrified bodies.”—James Maxwell ...

What is Energy?

... – The work done by a force of one newton (kg*m/s2)traveling through a distance of one meter; – The work required to move an electric charge of one coulomb through an electrical potential difference of one volt; or one coulomb volt, with the symbol C·V; – The work done to produce power of one watt co ...

... – The work done by a force of one newton (kg*m/s2)traveling through a distance of one meter; – The work required to move an electric charge of one coulomb through an electrical potential difference of one volt; or one coulomb volt, with the symbol C·V; – The work done to produce power of one watt co ...

PEKE - Science

... • The ability to cause matter to move • The ability to cause matter to change • Measured in joules & calories ...

... • The ability to cause matter to move • The ability to cause matter to change • Measured in joules & calories ...

Work Review

... – Amount of PE is equal to the Work done in lifting it • W = Fd • The force (F) needed to lift it is the force equal and opposite to the objects weight Fw = mg • The distance (d) is the height, h above the Earth ...

... – Amount of PE is equal to the Work done in lifting it • W = Fd • The force (F) needed to lift it is the force equal and opposite to the objects weight Fw = mg • The distance (d) is the height, h above the Earth ...

Work and Energy

... 5 A box slides down a ramp. Why will the potential energy lost be greater than the kinetic energy gained? 6 A 4 kg box slides down a ramp from a height of 3 m. Its velocity at the bottom is 7 m/s and the length of slope is 5m Calculate: (a) the weight of the box; (b) the potential energy lost by the ...

... 5 A box slides down a ramp. Why will the potential energy lost be greater than the kinetic energy gained? 6 A 4 kg box slides down a ramp from a height of 3 m. Its velocity at the bottom is 7 m/s and the length of slope is 5m Calculate: (a) the weight of the box; (b) the potential energy lost by the ...

Forms of Energy Quiz - RRMS 8th Grade Science

... J. The energy an object has because of its position or shape. 10. _____Kinetic ...

... J. The energy an object has because of its position or shape. 10. _____Kinetic ...

Work and Energy - mrweaverphysics

... •Predict changes in mechanical energy when positive or negative work is done on the center of mass •Analyze a system and categorize the internal energy as potential, kinetic, or some combination of potential and kinetic. •Solve problems involving work, power, and/or energy •Solve problems involving ...

... •Predict changes in mechanical energy when positive or negative work is done on the center of mass •Analyze a system and categorize the internal energy as potential, kinetic, or some combination of potential and kinetic. •Solve problems involving work, power, and/or energy •Solve problems involving ...

Sample outline for Cornell Notes

... Example; Bowling ball has greater KE than golf ball moving at same speed II. Potential Energy 4) PE is stored energy that results from the position or shape of an object A. Gravitational Potential Energy 5) GPE is energy related to an objects height ...

... Example; Bowling ball has greater KE than golf ball moving at same speed II. Potential Energy 4) PE is stored energy that results from the position or shape of an object A. Gravitational Potential Energy 5) GPE is energy related to an objects height ...

In physics, the law of conservation of energy states that the total energy of an isolated system remains constant—it is said to be conserved over time. Energy can be neither created nor be destroyed, but it transforms from one form to another, for instance chemical energy can be converted to kinetic energy in the explosion of a stick of dynamite.A consequence of the law of conservation of energy is that a perpetual motion machine of the first kind cannot exist. That is to say, no system without an external energy supply can deliver an unlimited amount of energy to its surroundings.