Presentation on theme: "The rate at which work is done."— Presentation transcript:
1The rate at which work is done. Objective: To define and apply the concepts of power and mechanical efficiency.PowerThe rate at which work is done.
2The power is the work done divided by the time it takes to do the work. Units:J/s = Watt1 horsepower =746 Watts1000 Watts = 1 kWKilowatt-hours (kwh) measure energy.
3Leaving a 60W light bulb on for 24 hours will cost about 15 cents. SRP charges about 10 cents for 1kwh. How much would it cost to leave a 60W light bulb on for a full day?Leaving a 60W light bulb on for 24 hours will cost about 15 cents.
6Work is transferred to gravitational potential Energy A 60kg man takes 5 seconds to run up a set of stairs at a constant velocity. What was the man’s power?Work is transferred to gravitational potential EnergyMass = 60kg15m
7A man pushes a 12kg crate horizontally with a constant velocity of 2m/s. The coefficient of friction between the crate and the floor is What power does the man have as he pushes the crate?Ff120N-120N
8A crane hoist lifts a load of 1000kg a vertical distance of 25m in 9 A crane hoist lifts a load of 1000kg a vertical distance of 25m in 9.0s at a constant velocity. What is the useful power output of the crane?
9If the hoist motor of the previous crane is rated at 70hp, what percentage of this power goes to useful work?
10Efficiency – A measure of what you get out for what you put in. The Efficiency of a typical car is about 25%!
11The motor of an electric drill with an efficiency of 80% has a power of input of 600 W. How much useful work is done by the drill in a time of 30 seconds?