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Examples explained of energy transfers-conversion, work done, power and energy store calculations

Sub-index for this section on types of energy, energy stores and energy conversions-transfers

0.1 Introduction to 'what is energy' and the 'law of conservation of energy' explained

0.2 Types of energy and energy stores and associated calculations (index for ten sub-sections 0a to 0j)

0.3 Types of energy store conversion, law of conservation of energy

0.4 Introduction to work done calculations, power and wasted energy involving energy stores, energy transfers, mechanical work and power calculations - questions with worked out answers

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FORCES 3. Calculating resultant forces using vector diagrams and work done

Electrical energy used, power and cost of electricity calculations

Conservation of energy, energy transfers-conversions, efficiency, calculations, Sankey diagrams


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