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Unit 2. Materials Technology

Unit 2. Materials Technology

The Islamic University of Gaza- Civil Engineering Department Technical English (ENGG 1305). Unit 2. Materials Technology. By Husam Al-Najar. Outline of the unit. Describing specific materials Categorising materials Specifying and describing properties Discussing quality issues.

By albert
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Fundamentals of Energy

Fundamentals of Energy

Fundamentals of Energy. Heat transfer and efficiency. Except where otherwise noted these materials are licensed Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 (CC BY).

By verlee
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Work, Energy, and Power

Work, Energy, and Power

Work, Energy, and Power. Work. Work (symbol W ) is the energy transferred when a force F is applied to an object moving through a distance d. Work is only done by , the component of force parallel to the distance the object moves.

By jaimin
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Properties of Matter Chapter 4

Properties of Matter Chapter 4

Properties of Matter Chapter 4. Chapter 4 - Properties of Matter. 4.1 Properties of Substances. 4.6 Heat: Quantitative Measurement. 4.2 Physical Changes. 4.7 Energy in Chemical Changes. 4.3 Chemical Changes. 4.8 Conservation of Energy. 4.4 Conservation of Mass. 4.5 Energy.

By noah
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Chapter 9 Energy and Energy Resources

Chapter 9 Energy and Energy Resources

Chapter 9 Energy and Energy Resources. Section 1 What is Energy?. Energy and Work- Working together. What is energy? Energy is the ability to do work What is work? Work occurs when a force causes an object to move in the direction of the force. (Work transfers energy).

By levana
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Everything I know about science…

Everything I know about science…

Everything I know about science…. By: Desiree Williams Period 2. Scientific Method Matter 19)Waves Phase Changes 20) Sound Physical and chemical changes 21) Electromagnetic waves

By aquarius
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Chapter 2: Matter & Energy

Chapter 2: Matter & Energy

Chapter 2: Matter & Energy. By: Jessica Alphonse. Energy. Energy in chemistry is the capacity to do work. Its also a force of power that generates life, make new compounds, and a change of energy. Physical & Chemical change involves energy. chemical-new substance is made

By ahanu
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Heat Affects Matter in Different Ways

Heat Affects Matter in Different Ways

Heat Affects Matter in Different Ways. Lesson Objective: Students will describe how the particle model of matter works. First… Let’s correct. Page 189, # s 1-5. The science of heat. How can heat change the state of matter? How can it affect the particles that make up matter?

By onofre
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WHAT IS ENERGY?

WHAT IS ENERGY?

WHAT IS ENERGY?. I. Energy. A. the ability to do work or cause a change B. measured in joules C. energy can be transferred, the object that work is done on gains energy. D. Two types of energy. 1. kinetic energy - energy an object has due to its motion

By vivi
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Work, Potential Energy, Kinetic Energy & Power

Work, Potential Energy, Kinetic Energy & Power

Work, Potential Energy, Kinetic Energy & Power. Whoa!!! Now I do!!! . I just don’t have any energy . The force, F, pushes the box for a short distance. This causes the box to start moving!!!!!!. The force gives the object energy, it does work!!!!!. F.

By samira
(210 views)

Reaction Energy and Kinetics Equilibrium

Reaction Energy and Kinetics Equilibrium

Reaction Energy and Kinetics Equilibrium. Chapter 17 and 18. I. Energy. A. Definitions 1. Energy is the ability to do work or produce heat. 2. Potential energy- energy due to the composition or position of an object . 3. Kinetic energy – energy of motion.

By turi
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Mr. Metzger’s 9 th Grade Physical Science

Mr. Metzger’s 9 th Grade Physical Science

Mousetrap Cars. Mr. Metzger’s 9 th Grade Physical Science. What is a Mousetrap Car?. A vehicle powered by the spring device of a mousetrap The mousetrap acts as a third-class lever. resultant force (load). applied force. fulcrum. What is a Mousetrap Car?.

By kelvin
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Work and Energy (part I):

Work and Energy (part I):

Work and Energy (part I):. Question: How do you raise an object? Answer: Apply an upward force to it. The force must be at least as large as the weight of the object. less force applied. more force applied. applied force. 1 meter. 1 meter. Weight force. applied force. . more

By nara
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Intro to Metabolism Campbell Chapter 8

Intro to Metabolism Campbell Chapter 8

Intro to Metabolism Campbell Chapter 8. http://www.gifs.net. http://ag.ansc.purdue.edu/sheep/ansc442/Semprojs/2003/spiderlamb/eatsheep.gif. Metabolism is the sum of an organism’s chemical reactions

By ermin
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Lecture 3 : How Matter is Organized

Lecture 3 : How Matter is Organized

Lecture 3 : How Matter is Organized. Chemistry is the science of the structure and interactions of matter. all living things consist of matter. Matter is anything that occupies space. mass is the amount of matter in any object. weight is the force of gravity acting on matter.

By kiora
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In class notes quiz, Chapter 8 1. Work is defined as _____________.

In class notes quiz, Chapter 8 1. Work is defined as _____________.

In class notes quiz, Chapter 8 1. Work is defined as _____________. 2. We do work when we ________________________. 3. The unit of measurement for work is a ____________. 4. __________ is the rate at which work is done. 5. When holding a heavy barbell over your head you are doing work.

By kiora
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The top of a small table is 0.500 m 2 .

The top of a small table is 0.500 m 2 .

The top of a small table is 0.500 m 2 . Calculate how many square inches it is (1.000 inch =2.540 cm) Is the table top a pure substance? If the table is sawed in half, is that a physical or chemical change? If the table is burned, is that a physical or chemical change?

By sarah
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Work, Energy, and Power

Work, Energy, and Power

Work, Energy, and Power. Work (W). The product of the force (F) applied to an object over a distance (d) in which the object travels as a result of the force. (Force and distance must be parallel to each other). Joule (j) is the base unit of work. Work Example.

By hila
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Motion, Energy, and Gravity

Motion, Energy, and Gravity

Reminder to take out your clicker and turn it on!. Motion, Energy, and Gravity. Here!. Attendance Quiz. Are you here today? (a) yes (b) no (c) are we still here?. Update on the study. The e-mails for the first two inventories containing the links (URLs) were sent on Monday

By rock
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Notes on

Notes on

Notes on. Heat Energy. Energy . Is the capacity to do work or to produce heat Forms: Kinetic energy = energy of motion Potential energy = energy of position Thermal energy = a form of KE caused by random internal motion of particles of matter. Heat. A form of energy

By aurek
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