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  • Created on: 19-03-14 11:50
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Work the product of a
force and the
displacement in the
direction of this force.

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If F and x are not
collinear, then:
W = F x Cos
Where is the angle
between the directions
of F and x.…read more

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Work & Energy
v2 = u2 + 2as
If we multiply through
by mass m and
Fs = ½mv2 - ½mu2
Work done = Change of
Energy (in this case,
Kinetic)…read more

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Work & Energy
So Work is NOT
equal to Energy.
Instead, Work causes
a change of energy.…read more

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Work & Power
P = E/t
Power is the rate of
change of energy.
OR, since
P = W/t
Power is the rate of
doing work.…read more

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Work & Power
Since W = Fx and if F is
P = F x/t = Fv
Here the power moves
the object at a constant
velocity, v against a
constant resistive force,
F.…read more

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Energy forms
Kinetic energy:
Ek = ½mv2
Gravitational potential
Ep = mgh…read more

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Energy forms
Elastic strain energy:
Es = ½kx2
(where k is the spring
constant ­ i.e.…read more

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If P = E/t and
Ek = ½mv2
Show that if a conveyor
belt must move at 5ms-1
and also deliver 10000kg
of rock per minute then it
must consume energy at
the rate of 2kW
(minimum)…read more

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Conservation of
The total energy of a
closed system is
constant and can only
be converted between
different energy types.
E.g. so you can assume
loss of gravitational
potential energy = gain
in kinetic energy etc.…read more


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