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1 Chapter 9 Work and Energy

2 Work and Power Work- a quantity that measures the effects of a force acting over a distance. W=f x d Measured (SI) in joules Power- a quantity that measures the rate at which work is done. P=W/t Measured (SI) in watts (W)

3 Simple Machine- a simple device for altering the magnitude or direction of a force.
lever, inclined plane Compound machine- machine made of more than one simple machine. scissors, car jacks, & bicycle. Complex machine- machine made of more than one compound machine. car, tractor, etc…

4 9.2 Simple Machines The Lever Family
simple lever- hammer, crowbar, broom, etc… divided into three classes: 1st, 2nd, & 3rd. All levers have a rigid arm that turns around a point called the fulcrum. pulley- modified lever. fixed, moveable, block & tackle wheel & axle- pulley connected to a shaft. screwdriver & steering wheels

5 The inclined plane family
Ramps- multiply and redirect the force. roads, loading docks, etc… Wedge- modified incline plane, two inclined planes back to back. axe, knife, & nails. Screw- inclined plane wrapped around a cylinder. bolts, jar lids, & spiral stairs.

6 Machines- multiply and redirect forces to make work easier.
Mechanical advantage- a quantity that measures how much a machine multiplies force or distance. MA= of/if or MA= id/od

7 9.3 What is Energy? Energy- the ability to do work. measured in Joules
Potential energy- the stored energy resulting from the relative positions of objects in a system. Chemical energy Elastic potential energy Gravitational potential energy PE= mgh

8 Kinetic energy- the energy of a moving object due to its motion.
depends on mass but more on speed. KE=½mv² Mechanical energy- the sum of the kinetic and potential energy of large-scale objects in a system. Non mechanical energy- energy at the level of atoms that does not affect motion on a large scale.

9 Solar energy- energy from the sun.
Electrical energy- charged particles (electrons) flowing through wires or other conducting materials. Light energy- electromagnetic waves.

10 Potential and Kinetic Energy

11 9.4 Conservation of Energy
Energy transformations- changing from one form of energy to another form. KE PE thrown ball at it’s apex PE KE apple falling from tree Chemical  KE fire cracker Law of Conservation of Energy- energy cannot be created or destroyed

12 Energy Transformations

13 Efficiency of Machines
* not all work done by a machine is useful work. Lose some due to friction and other factors. Efficiency- a quantity that measures the ratio of useful work output to work input, usually expressed as a percentage. efficiency = useful work output work input

14 efficiency

15 Law of conservation of energy

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