Presentation on theme: "CONSERVATION OF ENERGY"— Presentation transcript:
1CONSERVATION OF ENERGY KINETIC POTENTIALMECHANICAL
2ENERGY the ability to change or move matter Law of Conservation of Energy: energy cannot be created or destroyed! (It can only change form!)electrical heat + light
3KINETIC ENERGY . . . IS MOVEMENT! Examples:Of electrons: ELECTRICAL ENERGYOf electromagnetic waves:RADIANT ENERGY (x-rays, UV,radio waves, microwaves, etc.)Of heat: THERMAL ENERGYOf a moving object:MECHANICAL ENERGY
4CALCULATING KE: KE = mv2 mass = kg 2 velocity = m/s KE = Joules (J) EQUATION: UNITS:KE = mv mass = kg2 velocity = m/sKE = Joules (J)On your formula chart you will see this as :Kinetic Energy = ½ (mass × velocity2)
5SAMPLE PROBLEM:What is the [kinetic energy] of a 44 kg cheetah running at 31 m/s?G m = 44 kg, v = 31 m/sU KE = ?E KE = (mv2)/2S KE = (44 kg)(312 m2/s2)/2S KE = 21,142 J
6POTENTIAL ENERGY . . . IS STORED OR POSITIONAL! Examples:In batteries: ELECTRICAL ENERGYIn bonds: CHEMICAL ENERGY(fossil fuels, glucose)In an atom’s nucleus:NUCLEAR ENERGYIn machines: ELASTIC ENERGY (springs, rubber bands)Of position (height): GRAVITATIONAL
7CALCULATING GPE: (Gravitational Potential Energy) Your Formula Chart shows the formula for GPE as:Gravitational potential energy = mass x acceleration due to gravity x heightEQUATION: UNITS:GPE = mgh mass = kgacceleration due to gravity = g = 9.8 m/s2height = mWeight = mg Weight = NewtonsGPE = Joules
8SAMPLE PROBLEM: G m = 2.0 kg, h = 12 m U GPE = ? E GPE = mgh What is the GPE of a 2.0 kg rock that sits on the edge of a cliff 12 m high?G m = 2.0 kg, h = 12 mU GPE = ?E GPE = mghS GPE = (2.0 kg)(9.8 m/s2)(12 m)S GPE = J
9MECHANICAL ENERGY Equals the TOTAL energy in a system! Is the sum of the PE and the KE.ME = KE + PEGradually decreasesbecause of friction(lost as heat).
10Mechanical Energy in a Swinging Pendulum 1. At which point(s) is KE greatest? Why?2. At which point(s) is PE greatest? Why?MAX PEMAX PEMAX KE1. #3; the faster it moves, the greater its KE.2. #1, #5; the higher it is, the greater its PE.
11If there is no loss of energy due to friction, the total (mechanical) energy remains the same! The KE and PE of a roller coaster changes as it travels down the track, depending on its speed and height.
12QuizDirections: Identify the type of energy described in each problem below. Do not solve the problem.A box on the shelf 2 meters high with a mass of 20 kg.A ball rolling along a shelf that has a velocity of 5 m/s and a mass of 100 g.A marble with a mass of 15 g at the top of a 15 cm tall slope.A weight bar and weights that have a mass of 250 kg lifted up to a height of 2.5 m.An automobile with a mass of 2000 kg and a velocity of 50 m/s.12
13Quiz (KEY)Directions: Identify the type of energy described in each problem below. Do not solve the problem.A box on the shelf 2 meters high with a mass of 20 kg. Potential energyA ball rolling along a shelf that has a velocity of 5 m/s and a mass of 100 g. Kinetic energyA marble with a mass of 15 g at the top of a 15 cm tall slope. Potential energyA weight bar and weights that have a mass of 250 kg lifted up to a height of 2.5 m. Potential energyAn automobile with a mass of 2000 kg and a velocity of 50 m/s. Kinetic energy13
14Forms of Energy and Energy Transformation Part 2Forms of Energy and Energy Transformation
15Forms of Energy Six forms of energy are: Mechanical Energy Heat Energy Electromagnetic EnergyChemical EnergyRadiant EnergyNuclear Energy15
16Energy Transformation Energy is always changing from one form to another.The Sun, primary source of energy on the Earth.Nearly all energy comes from the sun.Energy cannot be created or destroyed. (AKA: Law of Conservation of Energy)16
17The Flow of EnergyThe Sun,NuclearEnergyThe Sun gives off Radiant energy in the form of lightEarthEnergy received by the Earth is converted into heat and chemical energy.17
18The Flow of EnergyPlants convert light (radiant energy) into chemical energy (sugar or glucose) through a process called Photosynthesis.When light from the Sun hits the Earth the radiant energy is transformed into heat energy.18
19Energy Transformation There are many examples of energy transformations. Give an example for each arrow in the following diagram.ElectromagneticRadiantNuclearMechanicalHeatChemical19