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Copy of The Hair Dryer

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on 16 October 2013

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Transcript of Copy of The Hair Dryer

The Hair Dryer
Alexandre F. Godefroy
The first hair dryer was invented in 1890 by a French stylist, Alexandre F. Godefrey. His invention was a large, seated version that consisted of a bonnet that attached to the chimney pipe of a gas stove.
7 Types Of Energy
1. Mechanical
2. Sound
3. Chemical
4. Electrical
5. Light
6. Heat
7. Nuclear
Hair Dryer Energy
The hair dryer uses 3 types of energy, electrical, sound, & heat. When you plug in youre hair dryer, it creates electricity. Then you hear the loud noise coming from inside. Lastly the hair dryer "magicly" dries your hair from the heat energy!
Does Energy Disappear
No, energy never dissapears it can be stored as Potential energy or it can be energy in motion like Kinetic!
Kinetic or Potential?
parlux Hair Dryers
ELECTRICAL
When you plug in your hair dryer it creates energy in order to turn it on and dry your hair.
Sound
When you turn on your hair dryer you get a sound. Remember sound is a type of energy.
Thermal/Heat
With the thermal energy the hair dryer has the power to dry your hair! Without heat your hair wouldn't dry at all! Remember heat is another type of energy!
Hair Dryer Diagram
THE HAIR DRYER
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