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AQA GCSE Physics P1 Electricity

For part of the AQA Physics GCSE Unit 1 (please see the others)

Tony Baker

on 8 December 2010

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Transcript of AQA GCSE Physics P1 Electricity

Electricity Electrical Power Watts (W) or kilowatts (kW) 1000 W = 1 kW Energy transferred (kWh)= power (kW) x time (hr) Cost = energy (kWh) x time (hrs) x cost per kWh about 12 p A network of cables across Britain called the National Grid carries electricity to consumers The cables work at high voltage and low current to reduce energy wasted as heat Transformers are used to change the voltage Generation Thermal Photovoltaic Water boils to make steam and spins a turbine which turns a generator Wind, Wave, Hydroelectric, Tidal Nuclear Fossil Fuel Biomass Renewable won't run out Non- renewable will run out silicon solar cells Nuclear Fission of Uranium most power stations
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