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# Work and Power 2070

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These notes go over work, kinetic energy, and power.
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General Physics 1
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Amy Pope
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3
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General Physics, Physics, kinetic energy, work, power
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Work   and   Power    Work  ● When   a force  acts  on an  object,  i does  work   on  the object.   ○ W=F*d  ○ Work   =  Force  *   isplacement  ■ The  force  must   be  PARALLEL   to the  displacement  ● Measured   in Joules  (Newton­meter)  ● Ifthere  is an  angle,  only the  cosine  of the  angle  times  the  force is what   i doing   the work.  Sine  of the  angle  times  the  force is doing  nothing.  ● Ifsomething    lides on  a  amp,   W=mgdsinθ   ○ Decreasing  the  angle  will decrease   the   ork  ● Ifthere  is more   than  one  force  acting  on an  object,  we  can  find the  work  done   by  each  force  then  determine   the net  force which   provides   the total work.  W=Fd=(Force   of man   on  fridge ­ Force  of friction)  ●   Positive  work Zero    ork Negative  work    Work   Example      More     ork  ● Positive  work   i ncreases  speed  ● Negative  work     ecreases   speed  ● Zero  work   has  no  effect on    peed.  ○ Falling  object    positive  ○ Throwing   object  up      egative  ○ Throwing   object  to side    zero    Work   Done  by  a Variable   Force  ● Work   is also the  area  underneath  the  graph   of force vs  position.  ● Integral  of  orce  graph.  ● Calculate   the  area    nderneath   the  graph    Work   Done  by  a 2pring  ● W=½  kx        Work     nergy     heorem  ● Kinetic  energy  is the  energy   associated   with  the motion  of an  object.  ○ K=   mv   2 2 ●    ●    ● Energy   transformations   within  the system   do not  change   the  totalenergy   in the system  ● Systems   are not  typically isolated   from  their environment   and  therefore  exchange   energy  with   he    nvironment  ● The   mechanical  transfer   of energy   is called  work,  W  ○ W>0    The   environment   does  work   on  the system   and  the  system’s   energy  increases  ○ W<0   The   system   does   work   on  the environment   and   the system’s  energy  decreases  ● The   total work   done  on  an  object  is equal  to its change   in kinetic energy.  ○ W= ΔK   1 2 1 2 ○ W  total= 2 v   f    2 mv  i   Examples  ● A  hockey  puck   (m=0.2   kg) slides  across   the rink with  an  initia speed  of 20  m/s.  Friction  (µk=0.1)  eventually  stops   the puck.   How   much   work  is done   by  friction?     ● A  70kg   golf cart starts  at rest and   accelerates  to 7m/s.   How   much   work   was   done  to  get to  this   onstant  speed?    ● To  accelerate  a  car from   rest  o a speed     requires   the   ork  W  .1    he    ork needed   o  accelerate   the car   rom    to 2v  i  W  .  2   ● A  1400kg   boat  has   a forward  force   of 4500   N  applied.  The   boat  starts  from  rest  and   travels  100  m.  What   is the final velocity  of the  boat?      Power  ● Power  is the  measure   of the rate  at which  work   is done  ● P=W/t  ● [P]  = [W]/[t]    J/s =  W   Watt)  ○ 1 horsepower   = hp       46 W  ● If an  object  is moving  at  a constant  speed   in the face  of  friction,gravity,  air resistance,   and  so  forth, the  power   exerted   by  the driving  force  can   be  written  ○ P      /t =  Fd/t    Fv    Power   Examples  ● To  pass   a slow   moving   truck, your  1300  kg  car  accelerates   from  12  m/s   to 20  m/s  in 3.00  s. What   is the minimum  power   required   for this pass?      Connecting    o forces  ● A  hockey   puck  (m=0.2   kg)  slides  across   the  rink with  an  initia speed   of 20  m/s.  Friction  (µk=0.1)   eventually   stops   the puck.   How  much   work   is done   by friction?

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