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# Physics of pokemon

Pikachu.

by

Tweet## Andrew Chen

on 12 April 2013#### Transcript of Physics of pokemon

By: Andrew Chen

Work done: 4/10/13 - 4/11/13 Law of conservation

of a hydropump Velocity equals Distance divided by Time

Velocity equals 10 meters divided by 2 seconds = 5 meters/seconds

Work equals Force times Distance, Force equals Mass times Gravity

Mass equals 3 grams, Gravity equals 9.80

.03 x 9.80= .294 N x 2 =.588 Joules

A pokeball represents an object's electric potential. Pokemon represent all the electric potential energy that can be stored inside the pokeball or electric potential. The greater the amount of pokemon inside, the greater the capacitance, and the greater the chance of defeating your opponents in a pokemon battle. Capacitance is how much electric potential energy that can be stored in a given electric potential. There are many different pokeballs Physics of a Pokeball W=(F)(D): Energy equals force x displacement

Force= Mass x Acceleration

Mass of Pikachu = 15 Lbs

Acceleration= Gravity = 9.80+/- meters/second

Displacement= .5 meters

15x9.80= 147x.5 = 73.5 Joules Work of a thunderbolt Physics of a flamethrower Using Flame Thrower Pokemon: Growlithe Physics Project! A fire requires three things, Fuel, Heat, and Oxygen. The fuel supplies the energy of combustion, and provides more heat (is exothermic) to keep the fire going.The oxygen is combined with the fuel and this is the exothermic reaction.The initial heat is supplied by some external source, such as a match, an electrical short circuit, a chemical reaction. To create a flamethrower as powerful as growlithe's, it needs to be heated to 980 F. and 4 Gallons of fuel within itself to take down a hot air balloon from such a distance.

The Work Growlithe does is 16m = mgh = 620(16) = 9920 JoulesThe Power is created by the Time it takes her to do this Work = 1.5 min = 90 sPower = Work/Time = 9920/90 = 110 J/s = 110 watts (1/2)mv^2 (initial)+mgh(initial)=(1/2)mv^2 (final)

+mgh(final)

Mass of Squirtle= 45 Pounds

Velocity = 10 Meters/Second

Gravity = 9.80

Height = 3 Feet

So................. The history of the Pokémon media franchise spans over two decades from when work began officially on the first game to now, and has roots even older. It started as a hobby for Satoshi Tajiri, who as a child had a thing for catching insects and tadpoles near his home in Tokyo. Over time, Tajiri decided to put his idea of catching creatures into practice, to give children the same thrills he had as a child. Air conducts electricity, when its molecules are ionized. In storms this occurs because of the huge difference between the clouds and surface. When the potential is high enough, the air molecules are ripped apart, and current flows from positive to negative. In a Pokémon the potential difference is set up inside it so the field generated outside it surrounds the Pokémon. The Pokémon heats the air between it and the target so much that it becomes a plasma—and conductive. This allows a current to flow from the user to the target, generating the desired shock. 1/2(45)(10)^2+(45)(9.80)(3)=1/2(45)(10)^2+(45)(9.80)(3) Velocity = Displacement/Time Team Rocket Blasting Off Physics of Team Rocket Blasting off Escape Velocity = 11.2 km/s or 11,200 meters per second

Mass of everyone on board ship: 165.08 kg

Delta V Over Delta T equals A

11,200-0/2-0=5,600 meters per second squared

F=MA

Fnet= 165.08 x 5,600 n/s to the 7th power

Fnet = 924,448 Newtons

Fexplosion= 922,830 Newtons

So... they accelered at 5,600 Meters Per Second or 571 G's

Full transcriptWork done: 4/10/13 - 4/11/13 Law of conservation

of a hydropump Velocity equals Distance divided by Time

Velocity equals 10 meters divided by 2 seconds = 5 meters/seconds

Work equals Force times Distance, Force equals Mass times Gravity

Mass equals 3 grams, Gravity equals 9.80

.03 x 9.80= .294 N x 2 =.588 Joules

A pokeball represents an object's electric potential. Pokemon represent all the electric potential energy that can be stored inside the pokeball or electric potential. The greater the amount of pokemon inside, the greater the capacitance, and the greater the chance of defeating your opponents in a pokemon battle. Capacitance is how much electric potential energy that can be stored in a given electric potential. There are many different pokeballs Physics of a Pokeball W=(F)(D): Energy equals force x displacement

Force= Mass x Acceleration

Mass of Pikachu = 15 Lbs

Acceleration= Gravity = 9.80+/- meters/second

Displacement= .5 meters

15x9.80= 147x.5 = 73.5 Joules Work of a thunderbolt Physics of a flamethrower Using Flame Thrower Pokemon: Growlithe Physics Project! A fire requires three things, Fuel, Heat, and Oxygen. The fuel supplies the energy of combustion, and provides more heat (is exothermic) to keep the fire going.The oxygen is combined with the fuel and this is the exothermic reaction.The initial heat is supplied by some external source, such as a match, an electrical short circuit, a chemical reaction. To create a flamethrower as powerful as growlithe's, it needs to be heated to 980 F. and 4 Gallons of fuel within itself to take down a hot air balloon from such a distance.

The Work Growlithe does is 16m = mgh = 620(16) = 9920 JoulesThe Power is created by the Time it takes her to do this Work = 1.5 min = 90 sPower = Work/Time = 9920/90 = 110 J/s = 110 watts (1/2)mv^2 (initial)+mgh(initial)=(1/2)mv^2 (final)

+mgh(final)

Mass of Squirtle= 45 Pounds

Velocity = 10 Meters/Second

Gravity = 9.80

Height = 3 Feet

So................. The history of the Pokémon media franchise spans over two decades from when work began officially on the first game to now, and has roots even older. It started as a hobby for Satoshi Tajiri, who as a child had a thing for catching insects and tadpoles near his home in Tokyo. Over time, Tajiri decided to put his idea of catching creatures into practice, to give children the same thrills he had as a child. Air conducts electricity, when its molecules are ionized. In storms this occurs because of the huge difference between the clouds and surface. When the potential is high enough, the air molecules are ripped apart, and current flows from positive to negative. In a Pokémon the potential difference is set up inside it so the field generated outside it surrounds the Pokémon. The Pokémon heats the air between it and the target so much that it becomes a plasma—and conductive. This allows a current to flow from the user to the target, generating the desired shock. 1/2(45)(10)^2+(45)(9.80)(3)=1/2(45)(10)^2+(45)(9.80)(3) Velocity = Displacement/Time Team Rocket Blasting Off Physics of Team Rocket Blasting off Escape Velocity = 11.2 km/s or 11,200 meters per second

Mass of everyone on board ship: 165.08 kg

Delta V Over Delta T equals A

11,200-0/2-0=5,600 meters per second squared

F=MA

Fnet= 165.08 x 5,600 n/s to the 7th power

Fnet = 924,448 Newtons

Fexplosion= 922,830 Newtons

So... they accelered at 5,600 Meters Per Second or 571 G's