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Work, Power, Machines - Louis A. Leslie - Physics (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. A simple machine consisting of a wheel with a groove in which a rope can run to change the direction or point of application of a force applied to the rope Fixed Pulley A single pulley attached to a fixed point changing the direction the force is applied, but does NOT affect effort force need to lift the load.
  2. Work, Power, Machines. STUDY. Flashcards. Learn. Write. Spell. Test. PLAY. Match. Gravity. Created by. A_Le4. Terms in this set (26) Work. A push or a pull (force) on an object that causes it to move in the same direction as the force. Work Equation. Work = Force x Distance. Unit of Work. Joule. Unit of Force. Newton. Unit of Distance.
  3. Work. Work happens when transforming energy into another form. Gravity does work to convert potential energy to kinetic while a ball falls. When you lift a ball up, you are do work transforming and storing potential energy back in the ball. The MKS units for different forms of energy including transforming one to another, or work, is the Joule.
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  5. Work, Power, and Machines Worksheet. Equations to use: W=Fxd P=W/t MA=Fr/Fe Efficiency=(Wout /Win)x For Ideal Machines: Win = Wout Fe x de = Fr x dr Show ALL your work!!! You move a refrigerator 25 m. This requires a force of 90 N. How much work was done while moving the refrigerator?
  6. – how well the machine works by comparing the useful work done by a machine to the work put into the machine • Equations % % % % x Power Power Efficiency or x Work Work Efficiency in out in out = = Sample Problem • A kg corvette has a hp engine in it. If the corvette can travel from 0 to 60 mph ( m/s) in seconds, what.
  7. Work, Power, Mechanical Energy, and Simple Machines. Learn about work, power, mechanical energy, and simple machines. Follow the basic content of each unit and learn to solve example problems.
  8. Work, Power, and Machines Net Force and Work Situation 1: A car idles on a level surface at a constant velocity. It is observed moving a distance of 32 m. How much work is done on the car? Situation 2: You lift a 20 kg crate from the ground to a shelf 5 m high .

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