Download presentation

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

1
**How do they relate to work and energy?**

Simple Machines How do they relate to work and energy?

2
Do Now (2 minutes) Place your bags at a desk. Form groups of 3 at a lab station. How much force is required to lift a 1kg object at a constant speed? How much work is done by a machine that lifts a 1kg mass to a height of 10 cm?

3
**Today’s Schedule By the end of the day you should be able to:**

Identify 3 ways simple machines simplify a task Calculate the mechanical advantage of simple machines Understand why the work performed by a machine cannot exceed the energy input Schedule: Complete the Simple Machines investigation Share and Discuss our results Complete Exit-Ticket HW Assignment: (p ) 79, 80, 81, 82

4
**Directions Each group will investigate two simple machines:**

Complete steps 1-4 or Machine #1 (8 minutes) When signaled, move to the next station and repeat steps 1-4 for Machine #2 Move to a desk and complete questions 1-3

5
Six Simple machines

6
Machines Mechanical Advantage is the ratio of the resistance force to the effort force Resistance Force: Force exerted by the machine Ex: The lever on the object Effort Force: force exerted by you Ex: You on the the lever.

7
**Simple machines cannot:**

Change the magnitude of a force required to do work. Change the direction of the force to suit the user’s needs. Change the speed in which work is done. Simple machines cannot: Reduce the amount of work required to complete a task.

8
**The law of conservation of energy applies to all machines**

The law of conservation of energy applies to all machines! At the same time we do work on one end of the lever, the other end does work on the load.

9
**EFficiency Efficiency: the ratio of the output work to the input work**

Win = Fin din =(5.5 N)(20 cm) Wout= Fout dout = (10 N)(10 cm)

10
**Today’s Schedule By the end of the day you should be able to:**

Identify 3 ways simple machines simplify a task Calculate the mechanical advantage and efficiencies of simple machines Understand why the work performed by a machine cannot exceed the energy input Schedule: Complete the Simple Machines investigation Share and Discuss our results Complete Exit-Ticket HW Assignment: (p ) 79, 80, 81, 82

11
**Exit ticket Don’t forget HW! : (p.290-291) 79, 80, 81, 82**

Identify 3 ways machines make it easier to perform a task. Don’t forget HW! : (p ) 79, 80, 81, 82 Placet ticket and classwork in the basket by the door.

Similar presentations

OK

In science and technology work is done when a force acts on a body and the body moves in the direction of the force. No work is done Work is done.

In science and technology work is done when a force acts on a body and the body moves in the direction of the force. No work is done Work is done.

© 2018 SlidePlayer.com Inc.

All rights reserved.

Ads by Google

Ppt on self awareness for students Ppt on acid bases and salts for class 10 Ppt on principles of peace building in kenya Ppt on listening comprehension Ppt on sea level rise graph Free ppt on bullying Ppt on artificial intelligence for cse Ppt on attendance management system using rfid Ppt on solar energy utilization Ppt on competition commission of india