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How are work, energy, and power related?

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Taylor Rutgers

on 27 May 2014

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Transcript of How are work, energy, and power related?


WHAT ABOUT ENERGY!?!
What is power
How are WORK, ENERGY, and POWER related?
What is Work?
Work is an activity using mental or physical effort in order to achieve a purpose or result.
Power is the rate of doing work or changing energy.
There are three different definitions, but the physics version is, and I quote, "the property of matter and radiation that is manifest as a capacity to perform work."
Work is the transfer of Energy, and Energy is the capacity of Work, and Power is the speed of Work. It's like a circular process. Such as a windmill is like.
How the 3 are related...
www.edinformatics.com
www.google.com/images (for the images. :)
http://www.physicsclassroom.com/class/energy/Lesson-1/Kinetic-Energy
http://www.energyeducation.tx.gov/energy/section_1/topics/ forms_of_energy/thermal_energy.html
vocabulary
kinetic energy
is an energy of motion
potential energy

is the stored energy positioned posessed by an object
mechanical energy
is the energy that is possessed by an object do to its motion or position
thermal energy
Is energy of a substance or system that has related to its temperature
Is energy of a subtance or sistume that has realaded to its tempture
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