Types Of Energy-Page 3

Thermal energy is the kinetic energy associated with random movement of atoms or molecules Heat is thermal energy in transfer between objects Potential energy is energy that matter possesses because of its location or structure Chemical energy is potential energy available for release in a chemical reaction Energy can be converted from one form .

A. Energy flow of the hydraulic press The hydraulic press converts the electrical energy into forming energy acting on the workpiece through several forms of energy in turn. They are electrical energy (E), mechanical energy (M and M'), hydraulic energy (H&H'), and forming energy (F), as shown in Fig. 3.

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3. Energy transformations in a wind turbine A wind turbine uses energy transfer and energy transformations to generate electricity. As the wind blows it's kinetic energy transfers to the blades of the turbine giving them kinetic energy. This turns a generator which transforms kinetic energy into electrical energy. Kinetic energy (wind) .

An object's thermal energy is the sum of the kinetic energy and the potential energy of the particles that make up the object. Thermal energy of an object increases when the potential energy, the kinetic energy, or both increase. Combined Kinetic Energy and Potential Energy (cont.)

2. Explain that the tennis ball did indeed have energy as it moved. This is what we refer to as kinetic energy. But, the ball also had energy as it was sitting still. This is known as potential energy. 3. Kinetic energy is the energy of motion. Any time an object is in motion, it has kinetic energy. Potential energy is

2. Energy and the environment 3. Energy Production 4. Energy Consumption 5. Energy and Sustainable Development 6. Energy, development and the need for statistics 7. Energy-environment statistics are key 8. Applying the FDES to energy statistics 9. Energy-environment common indicators 1. Cross-cutting issues applications of the FDES Water and .

TYPES OF ENERGY Energy can be in many different _. Students should know sources and properties of the following forms of energy: _ is the transfer of _ energy (energy that is . _energy can be transformed to light, sound, heat, and mechanical motion in an electric circuit. .

energy is converted to light (radiant) energy A fire or a flame converts heat (thermal) energy to light (radiant) energy Energy in the form of heat is almost always one of the products of an energy transformation. For example, when people exercise, when cars run, when a light

All forms of energy can be converted into other forms. The sun's energy through solar cells can be converted directly into electricity. Green plants convert the sun's energy (electromagnetic) into starches and sugars (chemical energy). The most common energy conversion is the conversion between potential and kinetic energy.

How Energy Changes Form Energy often changes from one form to another. For example, the mechanical energy of a moving drumstick changes to sound energy when it strikes the drumhead and causes it to vibrate. Any form of energy can change into any other form. Frequently, one form of energy changes into two or more different forms.

Reporting Category: Force, Motion, Energy and matter . Force, Motion & Energy . Focus: Understanding of what force, motion and energy are and how they are . connected. Major topics: Magnetism Types of Motion Simple and Compound Machines Energy Forms Energy Transformations (especially electrical, sound and light)