This mind map shows a more detailed concept of energy. It tackles the different types of energy with few descriptions, the various components for each energy type, and the characteristics of the law of energy conservation. The energy concept map below provides a bird’s-eye view of how energy functions. Despite all the information in the diagram, the creator made sure to use colors to classify each category.

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ENERGY

governed by

Law of conservation
Energy

states that

Energy cannot be created or destroyed
it can only be converted from one form to another

A dilver leaps off the board which is a certain height
above the swimming pool .
Assume negligible air resistance.when the deliver is in the mid -air
the energy conversion involved is
Initial P.E = P.E in mid air + K.E in mid air

a mathematical example

A 60 kg dilver at an initial height of 5m leaps off the board to fall freely into the water. when he reaches a height of 1m above the water
calculate his velocity.assume negligible air resistance.
initial P.E = P.E at 1m +K.E at 1m
(60)*(10)*(5)= (60*10*1)+(1/2*60*v*v)
Therefore, V = (8.94) m/s

A swimming Pendulum
assume negligible air reisitance
when the pendulum is at the lowest point
the energy conversion involved is
P.E at the starting point = P.E at lowest point + K.E at lowest point

different types

Potential
energy

Gravitational
potential energy

definition

Energy an object has because of its position

is calculated using

Mass (kg)* Gravitation Force (N) * Height (m)

can be illustrated by

A 60kg man standing at the edge of a
20m high cliff will have a potential energy of
60 * 10 * 20 = 12000 J

include

Elastic
potential energy

definition

Energy an object has when
it is streched or compress

Chemical potential energy

energy stored in fuel
released through chemical process

Heat energy

definition

Energy that flow from a refgion
of higher to lower temprature

Sound energy

definition

energy produced when
object vibrate

Light energy

definition

Energy that enable us to see

Joules (J)

Kinetic Energy

definition

Energy a body has due to its motion

is calculated using

1/2 * mass (kg) * Velocity (m/s) *Velocity (m/s)

can be illustrated by

A 60kg man running at a speed of
10 m/s will have a kinetic energy of
1/2 * 60 * 10 * 10 = 3000 J

Electrical Energy

definition

Energy that result from the flow of charged particle (electron)

is calculated using

Power (W) * Time (s)

can be illustrated by

A 70 watt fan is turned on for 1 minute will consume an electrical energy of
70*60=4200 J

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energy concept map

ENERGY

governed by

Law of conservation

Energy

states that

Energy cannot be created or destroyed

it can only be converted from one form to another

A dilver leaps off the board which is a certain height

above the swimming pool .

Assume negligible air resistance.when the deliver is in the mid -air

the energy conversion involved is

Initial P.E = P.E in mid air + K.E in mid air

a mathematical example

A 60 kg dilver at an initial height of 5m leaps off the board

to fall freely into the water. when he reaches a height of 1m above the water

calculate his velocity.assume negligible air resistance.

initial P.E = P.E at 1m +K.E at 1m

(60)*(10)*(5)= (60*10*1)+(1/2*60*v*v)

Therefore, V = (8.94) m/s

A swimming Pendulum

assume negligible air reisitance

when the pendulum is at the lowest point

the energy conversion involved is

P.E at the starting point = P.E at lowest point + K.E at lowest point

different types

Potential

energy

Gravitational

potential energy

include

Chemical potential energy

Elastic

potential energy

definition

Energy an object has when

it is streched or compress

energy stored in fuel

released through chemical process

Heat energy

Sound energy

Light energy

definition

definition

definition

Energy that flow from a refgion

of higher to lower temprature

Energy that enable us to see

energy produced when

object vibrate

Joules (J)

definition

is calculated using

can be illustrated by

Energy an object has because of its position

Mass (kg)* Gravitation Force (N) * Height (m)

A 60kg man standing at the edge of a

20m high cliff will have a potential energy of

60 * 10 * 20 = 12000 J

Kinetic Energy

Electrical Energy

definition

is calculated using

can be illustrated by

A 60kg man running at a speed of

10 m/s will have a kinetic energy of

1/2 * 60 * 10 * 10 = 3000 J

1/2 * mass (kg) * Velocity (m/s) *Velocity (m/s)

Energy a body has due to its motion

definition

is calculated using

Energy that result from the flow of charged particle (electron)

Power (W) * Time (s)

can be illustrated by

A 70 watt fan is turned on for 1 minute will consume an electrical energy of

70*60=4200 J

energy concept map

ENERGY

governed by

Law of conservation
Energy

states that

Energy cannot be created or destroyed
it can only be converted from one form to another

A dilver leaps off the board which is a certain height
above the swimming pool .
Assume negligible air resistance.when the deliver is in the mid -air
the energy conversion involved is
Initial P.E = P.E in mid air + K.E in mid air

a mathematical example

A 60 kg dilver at an initial height of 5m leaps off the board to fall freely into the water. when he reaches a height of 1m above the water
calculate his velocity.assume negligible air resistance.
initial P.E = P.E at 1m +K.E at 1m
(60)*(10)*(5)= (60*10*1)+(1/2*60*v*v)
Therefore, V = (8.94) m/s

A swimming Pendulum
assume negligible air reisitance
when the pendulum is at the lowest point
the energy conversion involved is
P.E at the starting point = P.E at lowest point + K.E at lowest point

different types

Potential
energy

Gravitational
potential energy

definition

Energy an object has because of its position

is calculated using

Mass (kg)* Gravitation Force (N) * Height (m)

can be illustrated by

A 60kg man standing at the edge of a
20m high cliff will have a potential energy of
60 * 10 * 20 = 12000 J

include

Elastic
potential energy

definition

Energy an object has when
it is streched or compress

Chemical potential energy

energy stored in fuel
released through chemical process

Heat energy

definition

Energy that flow from a refgion
of higher to lower temprature

Sound energy

definition

energy produced when
object vibrate

Light energy

definition

Energy that enable us to see

Joules (J)

Kinetic Energy

definition

Energy a body has due to its motion

is calculated using

1/2 * mass (kg) * Velocity (m/s) *Velocity (m/s)

can be illustrated by

A 60kg man running at a speed of
10 m/s will have a kinetic energy of
1/2 * 60 * 10 * 10 = 3000 J

Electrical Energy

definition

Energy that result from the flow of charged particle (electron)

is calculated using

Power (W) * Time (s)

can be illustrated by

A 70 watt fan is turned on for 1 minute will consume an electrical energy of
70*60=4200 J

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