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Stored mechanical energy

Energy transfer activity
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Emma Collins

on 13 November 2012

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Transcript of Stored mechanical energy

What is it? Mechanical energy is the sum of all energy within a system and can be broken into two forms :kinetic or potential energy. Stored mechanical energy is:
The energy stored in objects by the application of force. Another good example would be a bow and arrow Energy transfer activity Stored mechanical energy Compressed springs are a good example Stretched rubber bands are also a good example How is this energy transformed to another kind of energy? We could always use those shake flashlights and handcrank radios. Those are good ways for us to transfer stored mecahnical energy to electrical energy. Picture of a shake flashlight Thank you
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