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Energy by Mind Map: Energy

1. Types/Classification

1.1. Kinetic

1.1.1. Electrical

1.1.2. Sound

1.1.3. Renewable Solar Wind Geothermal

1.1.4. Radiant EM waves Light Radio

1.1.5. Thermal

1.2. Potential

1.2.1. Mechanical

1.2.2. Chemical

1.2.3. Gravitational

1.2.4. Nuclear

2. Sources

2.1. Non-renewable/non-conventional

2.1.1. Coal Charcoal

2.1.2. Oil

2.1.3. Gas

2.1.4. Nuclear

2.2. Renewable/conventional

2.2.1. Solar Food

2.2.2. Geothermal

2.2.3. Wind

2.2.4. Tidal

2.2.5. Hydro-electrical

3. Conservation Law

3.1. Can't be Created

3.2. Can't be Destroyed

3.3. Can change/Transfer

3.3.1. Energy=Mass

3.3.2. Examples Wind energy --> electrical Through Wind Turbine Kicking a ball Energy from foot transferred to ball Photosynthesis Plants turn solar energy into chemical energy

4. Definition

4.1. The ability to do work

4.1.1. Anytime something is caused it be in motion

4.2. Something able to produce change

5. Potential Energy

5.1. Stored Energy

5.1.1. Bonds of Atoms Examples: Atoms in wood that allow it to burn Energy in the nucleus of atoms Nutrients/atomic bonds in food (like glucose)

5.1.2. Position of parts Examples: Compressed spring Gravity pulling something high, downwards

5.2. Factors of PE in a system:

5.2.1. Height/distance and mass Gravitational PE = m • g • h

5.3. Distance affects the transfer of energy as such: When there is more distance, more energy dissipates into thermal energy in the air, as more is lost during the time it took to transfer. This means that there is less energy transferred the more distance there is.

5.4. Forces already existing in objects that will be overcome using energy:

5.4.1. Friction Static Air resistance Sliding Rolling

5.4.2. Gravitational force

6. Kinetic energy

6.1. The energy of motion/ the energy that all moving things possess

6.1.1. Formula: (How to calculate translational KE) KE = 0.5 • m • v2

6.1.2. Types: Translational Energy caused by moving from one place to a different one Most Basic and Important form (Form we will be using most) Vibrational Energy caused by moving back and forth Rotational Energy caused by rotational movement

6.1.3. Factors Mass Directly proportional Type of Motion Changes formula Velocity Directly proportional

6.1.4. Unit: Joules 1 Joule = 1 kg • m2/s2