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Chapter 7

Chapter 7

Chapter 7. Energy and Work. Goals for Chapter 7. Overview energy. Study work as defined in physics. Relate work to kinetic energy. Consider work done by a variable force. Study potential energy. Understand energy conservation. Include time and the relationship of work to power. Energy.

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Interference

Interference

Interference. Standing Waves. A wave that appears to be standing still, produced by the interference of two traveling waves moving in opposite directions. Node – the stationary point where two equal wave pulses meet and are in the same location, have a displacement of zero

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At which position is the magnitude of the acceleration of the mass maximum?

At which position is the magnitude of the acceleration of the mass maximum?

Room Frequency BA. Clicker Question. A mass is oscillating back and forth on a spring as shown. Position 0 is the equilibrium position and position E is the extreme position (its amplitude ). . x. At which position is the magnitude of the acceleration of the mass maximum?

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Springs. Principles of Physics - Foederer. Elastic Potential Energy. Energy is stored in a spring when work is done to compress or elongate it Compression or elongation = change in length = x (m).

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Springs. AP Physics. Force on a Spring. When you apply a force to a spring or a rubber band, it stretches. A scientist would ask, "How is the force that you apply related to the amount of stretch?"

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Springs. And pendula, and energy. Spring Constants. Do these results make sense based on your sense of spring “stiffness”?. Hooke’s Law. A spring can be stretched or compressed with a force.

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Springs. A coiled mechanical device that stores elastic potential energy by compression or elongation. Elastic Potential Energy – The energy stored in an object due to a deformation. Force Applied to a Spring. x 0 (unstretched position). F. x 1. F=k(x 1 -x 0 )

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SPRINGS

SPRINGS. Compression springs. Tension springs. Torsion springs. Leaf springs. Cup springs. Spiral springs. Compression springs. Tension springs. Torsion springs. Leaf springs. Cup springs. Spiral springs. Different Gear Pairs. Terminology in gears. REPRESENTATION OF GEARS.

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Springs

Springs. Gravitational Potential Energy. In raising a mass m to a height h , the work done by the external force is equal to GPE :. . GPE = mgh. . Spring Potential Energy. Bungee cords, rubber bands, springs-- any object that has elasticity can store potential energy.

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