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PowerPoint #5:

Basic Physical Laws Governing Energy Use


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Basic Physical Laws Governing Energy Use

  • Forms of energy

  • Energy units

  • Energy, work and power

  • Conservation of energy

  • Energy conversion and efficiency

  • Newton’s laws of motion


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FORMS OF ENERGY

  • Chemical

    • Energy released when chemical bonds are broken. Energy is usually in the form of heat.

    • Example: combustion - CH4 + 2O2 CO2 + 2H2O + heat


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Nuclear

  • Energy released when nuclear bonds are broken. Energy is in form of heat and radiation.

  • E = mc2: m = mass (kilograms); c = speed of light (3 x 108 meters/sec, E = joules)

  • Nuclear energy used to generate heat to produce steam to generate electricity.


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    Solar

    • Solar energy results from thermonuclear reactions within the sun. Reaches earth in form of electromagnetic radiation (heat and light)

    • Used to heat water and space (solar thermal) or to produce electricity (Photovoltaics)

    • Wind and hydro are forms of solar energy


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    Gravitational

    • Gravitational energy is energy of relative POSITION.

    • E = mgh: m = mass (kg), g = gravitational constant (9.8 m/sec2), h = height (meters), E = joules

    • Energy derived from a dam depends on amount of water (mass) and height water falls

  • y depends on its:

    Velocity, relative position, temperature and mass

    1. Velocity: Energy associated with object’s motion is called kinetic energy (KE):

    KE = (1/2)mv2

    Units: E(joule) = m(kg)v2(m/sec)2 = kg meter2/sec2

    2. Relative position: Energy associated with location of object relative to some reference point, such as surface of earth, or center of earth. Called potential energy (PE):

    PE = mgh

    g = acceleration due to gravity (meter/sec2)


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    FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS

    Work done on a system plus heat added to a system = the change in total energy of the system

    Won + Qto =  (KE+PE+TE)

    Won = work done on the system

    Qto = heat added to the system

    Implication of First law: 1) energy cannot be created or destroyed; 2) total amount of energy in universe is constant.


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    Energy Conversion Efficiencies

    • Energy must be converted from one form to another to do useful work.

    • Amount of useful work one obtains from a given amount of energy depends on the efficiency of the conversion process.

      Efficiency (%) = useful energy out x 100 total energy in


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    HEAT TRANSFER

    • Radiation: heat transfer in a vacuum.

    • Heat is transferred by energy carried in electromagnetic waves.

    • Energy of wave depends on frequency: higher the frequency, greater the energy.

    • V(m/s) =  (m) x f(cycles/second)

    • In a vacuum, V = c, the speed of light (3x108 m/s)


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    SECOND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS (Continued)

    • Efficiency and second law: recall

      Efficiency = ( 1- heat out/heat in) x 100 % from first law. But, second law says that heat out is always less than heat in, if useful work is to be extracted from the process.

      • Therefore, the efficiency for any physical process in which work is extracted can never be 100%.

      • This means it is impossible, in principle, to build a perpetual motion machine.


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    Some useful websites

    • http://zebu.uoregon.edu/1996/phys161.html

    • http://www.eia.doe.gov/

    • http://www.energy.ca.gov/

    • http://www.eren.doe.gov/

    • http://www.census.gov/

    • http://www.hubbertpeak.com/index.html


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