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jiteshmeghwal9

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Tutorial on energy :)

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  1. jiteshmeghwal9
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    All bodies around us work by using energy.Even our body also uses some kind of energy.so,there are two main types of energy:- 1. \(\text{Potential Energy}\)- Petroleum & food etc. are the energy that are stored in body & vehicles so the stored energy is called \(\cal{potential \space energy}\). 2. \(\text{Kinetic Energy}\)- when a body moves, the stored energy slowly converts into \(kinetic \space energy\). The types mentioned above were main types . now except them there are also other types of energy :- 1. \(\text{Gravitational Energy}\)-when a heavy metal is pushed downwards then it uses our own stored energy & then converts to kinetical energy.This type of energy is called \(gravitational \space energy\). 2. \(\text{Strain Energy}\)-When something is squeezed or strained by someone than it uses its stored energy & converts to kinetical energy. This type of energy is called \(strain \space energy\). 3. \(\text{sound energy}\)-when two persons talk through telephone & If one person says something then his voice converts to electrical energy & passes through telephone & gain converts to sound energy.This type of energy is called \(sound \space energy\). \(\text{Meaurement Of Energy :-}\) The unit to measure Energy is Kelvin which is named after \(\text{J.P.Joules}\) of Manchester who was first to suggest that \(Heat \space is \space a \space form \space of \space energy \).

  2. UnkleRhaukus
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    mass energy

  3. gerryliyana
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    good job @jiteshmeghwal9 :)

  4. jiteshmeghwal9
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    Thanx @gerryliyana :)

  5. jiteshmeghwal9
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    @radar @experimentX have a look :)

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    @mayankdevnani have a look :)

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    gr8 tutorial @jiteshmeghwal9

  8. jiteshmeghwal9
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    thaanx !

  9. Faris_Waleed
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    Don't forget that kinetic energy can be calculated by using this formula: \[\frac{ 1 }{ 2 }\times mv ^{2}\] and for potential energy is: mgh

  10. Vincent-Lyon.Fr
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    Gravitational energy and stress energy are different forms of potential energy. Sound energy is mechanical energy: a combination of kinetic energy (medium has density and is moving) and elastic potential energy (elastic medium is compressed). You could add Electromagnetic energy to the list. It lies where E-field and/or B-field are not zero and will be carried from one place to another by an electromagnetic wave. Good job you did here!

  11. jiteshmeghwal9
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    Thanx @Vincent-Lyon.Fr sir :)

  12. mikala1
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    thats pretty cool great jobb

  13. Shadowys
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    I suppose all the other kinds of energy are subsets of the main kinetic and potential energy? :) Nice job condensing the descriptions.

  14. Converse_Luv
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    awesome job :D

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