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Energy Transformation. Marissa Bohlman, Matt French, Brian Hauschild. Energy. 7 major types Energy- is the ability to perform work Kinetic Potential Chemical Nuclear Thermal Radiant Electrical. Chain #1.
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Energy Transformation Marissa Bohlman, Matt French, Brian Hauschild
Energy • 7 major types • Energy- is the ability to perform work • Kinetic • Potential • Chemical • Nuclear • Thermal • Radiant • Electrical
Chain #1 • Cow >Cow Dies >Turns into fertilizer > Corn grows (with a little help from the sun and water) >Corn used as bio fuel > Consumed by car >car is crushed > Smelted
Cow Chain #1 • Its dead carcass decomposes in a compost pile • It then is used as fertilizer in the corn field • On a beautiful summer afternoon a cow waddles around minding his own business. • Then it catches mad cow disease and dies shortly after. • The farmers leaves the carcass in the compost pile. • The corn grows super tall with help from the dead cow, the CO2 released from the sun and also from the rain water. • The corn is sent to a factory where it is processed and turned into bio fuel
Cow Chain Continues • Eco-friendly car Car compacted Smelted!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Chain #2 • Train > Train uses coal to run > burning coal heats water >steam turns cylinders > Train moves through the country >helps goods arrive on time.
Train Chain (no rhyme intended) • Metal Recycled from old car made into train. • The locomotive is coal-powered • The coal is burned into steam and the train runs (Chemical) Heats the H2O to high pressure (potential) • The train is used to transport things through the county • Chugga Chugga Chugga Chugga CHOO CHOO! • The steam released moves the turbines. (Mechanical)
Chain #3 • Sun>Solar panel> Toaster Oven> Yoda Pizza> Airbud Slams it down/ Catches TD pass
Dog chain • Sun (nuclear) Sun into panel (Electrical) Electricity into oven (Thermal) Dog has energy to dunk a basketball and dive for a football (mechanical) Yoda pizza is cooked (Chemical)
What is the smelting process? • It’s only the coolest thing in the world! • Entropy
Picture Citations • http://www.comedymeltdown.com • http://www.albanyhost.us/art-store/10101232.html • http://mkgold.net/blog/2009/01/01/putting-the-steam-back-in-the-punk/ • http://blog.cleveland.com/business/2007/12/perry_nuclear_plan_restarts_af.html • http://kesr-operating.org.uk/working%20members/_private/vacuum_brake.htm • http://www.internationalrivers.org/en/latin-america/amazon-basin/aluminum-smelting?size=_original • http://eggnob.com/roadrage/
Citations II • http://environment.nationalgeographic.com/environment/global-warming/high-cost-coal.html • http://www.freefoto.com/preview/807-12-9345?ffid=807-12-9345 • http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g56593-d1023023-r17507510-Texas_State_Railroad-Rusk_Texas.html • http://www.ioffer.com/i/junkyard-ws-16457431 • http://www.gettyimages.com/detail/83294307/Photographers-Choice-RF • http://gas2.org/2009/07/21/holland-installs-its-first-ever-electric-car-charging-stations/
Citations III • http://www.greenbang.com/eco-driving-can-make-even-smart-cars-smarter_10826.html • http://biomassauthority.com/archives/what-is-biodiesel.html • http://www.planetware.com/picture/usa-corn-growing-on-a-farm-in-iowa-us-ia113.htm • http://www.tradenote.net/plus_2/ • http://www.imageenvision.com/cliparts/meat • http://cleantech.com/news/2363/israels-dairy-production • http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2008/10/the_sun.html