Science of Energy of Science Traditional FormsEnergy of Thermal EnergyThermal Energy Kinetic Potential Energy

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metin /~ Energy generation is actually energy transformation from one form to another to form one from transformation energy actually is generation Energy Formsof Energy: Science: of law Fundamental – – – – – – – – Boiling water rises: Thermal Thermal rises: water Boiling Kinetic hands: Rubbing Dropping a pen:Potential Energy: Electric and Electromagnetic Magnetic Fuel Kinetic and Energy:Potential, Traditional Thermal to energy energy Wasting is an form actually transforming undesirable if even energy you want. waste You cannot - Based Energy: Chemical and Nuclear and Chemical Energy: Based Forms of Energy of Forms → → Thermal Kinetic Kinetic → Potential Energy and mass are conserved. are mass and Energy

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metin /~ Comparison between metric and imperial units imperialand metric between Comparison Potential Energy Gravitational forceWeight= – – – – – Imperial Imperial Metric 1 kg metres Ex: What Gravitationalinforce Newton Ex: What Then Mass in Potential Energy Weight » » = It It The gravitational ? Would your answer change if the person takes an an takes person if the change answer your ? Would per per meters kg square 80(9.8)10 is 0.068 s kilogram (kg); Acceleration constant constant (kg); Acceleration kilogram weight kilogram is 784=80(9.8) is the potential energy gained by a by gained energy is potential the mass? kilogram 80 withperson a of to) applying forceweight(gravitationalis the Mass Pound s Slug Kilogram = Roughly Roughly = Mass Mass mass 2.20 force force Potential Energy Potential kg m lbm Slug:Kilogram:Pound lbm = in in ∗ . 14.65 kg . Gravitational force Newton Newton Gravitationalacceleration constant g GravitationalAcceleration g 32.20 Feet per (second * second) * second) (second per Feet 32.20 1.00 Feet per (second * second) * second) (second per Feet 1.00 9.81 & Heightin meters = Metre squaresecond or meters meters kg x m/ kg = 1 s per (second * second) m/ * second) (second per per per = person person s in in 32.2 square second second square 2 force ratios are32 2 : 1. : metres ⇒ mg simply simply lbm with 80 kg mass walking walking kg mass 80 with P otential energy in . 0.45 kg. x Height h x Height per square second (m/ second square per 7,840 7,840 elevator? elevator? or 784 or joule. joule. ft ft newtons = / / s s s 2 2 0.031 slug 2 Pound force lbf Pound force lbf N Newton Force . J oule s stairs up for 10 2 = = ) Newton x Newton 1 lbm .

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metin /~ how much thermal energy is needed? needed? is energy thermal much how this amount of energy? of amount this 80 a with with kg can climb mass meters person salads. manyHow calorie 1000 sells Ex: A cafeteria 1 calorie= 4.2 joule & as such capacity heat high salts. with and molten water substances needs the industry of energy, transportation and storage For of (330 0.33 Ex: the Totemperature increase kilogram energy thermal absorb to a substance of ability the is constant capacity Heat is in 0 measured kelvin; is temperature kelvin Sometimes x celsius (kilogram per joule in is constant capacity Heat Massis in kilogram Thermal Energy – – – – No! Dieticians use calorie to mean kilocalories. The salad actually has 1,000,000 calories which can be burnt by 5350 by of burnt be can mountain building which a a of calories climbing 1,000,000 has actually floors The salad two kilocalories. mean to climb calorie to use Dieticians No! sufficient it is salad, a burn To of 80 energy is the = which 4200 joule, potential 1000 calorie joules 0.33(4200)50=69,300 is water for needed energy The Thermal Energy = For water 4200 joule per (kilogram x increases the temperature of 1 gram water by 1 Celsius 1 by water gram 1 of temperature the increases Thermal Energy metres Mass Mass ! 𝑚𝑚 ∗ Heat capacity constant Heat capacity constant celsius ) > For sand 835 millilitre ) or ) or . − kg person at 5.35 5.35 at person kg 273 ?? ol e klga x (kilogram per joule , can soda size) of water by 50 by of 50 can, soda water size) celsius joule per (kilogram x celsius (kilogram per joule 𝐶𝐶 metres ∗ Temperature = kelvin) kelvin) 4,200/(80 4,200/(80 * ). ). 9.8 celsius 𝐾𝐾 )

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metin /~ Summary Thermal EnergyThermal Energy Kinetic Potential Energy

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metin /~ Linguistic Insight: Words “Pound” & “Ponder” are relatives. are “Ponder” & “Pound” Words Insight:Linguistic isLibra shortened lb.as P Libra Litra (Skal Funt inPond Pfund EmpireFrench British – – – But these are all shortened as as all shortened are But these use: in pounds many but one, only Not mass. of unit the as pound used British )Pund in in in Byzantine Empirein » » » » » » » » in in E ondo Russian Empire Which Empirehad Imperial Units? the Netherlands the Livre Livre de Paris Livre Livre Avoir Pound Troy Pound Tower Pound Merchant Pound London mpire Prussian Empire in in (weights of weighing)in(weights - du metrique esterin Swedish Empire - pois (goods Ponderis - of A lot of them! ofA lot → - weight in French) Pound French) inweight Litre lb , why? , : To weigh in Latin. in : To weigh for volumenow Roman Empire . . H andle andle for suspension Museo Cup Bronze B with with A Livre Litre Litra Archeologico chain with with chain hook l Libra youthful Mercury youthful b alance, Naples alance, Pondo head of Nazionale Pfund Pound Pund Pond Funt , .

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