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# Teachers Notes

02/01/2015

## Energy Transfer Circus:

Wind up toys
Kettle
Balloons and duster cloth
Torch
Energy Transfer Unit (from MUTR)
Electric Motor pulling up weights
Lamp and Solar Cell connected to a fan
Fan and Windmill connected to a light bulb

Burning Demo: Pouring CO2 Demo (can be done as a class practical). Vinegar,
candle light, baking soda.
Burning Hands Demo

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HOMEWORK
Design two posters with the following
titles:
How Coal was made
How Petrol was made

Due

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Lesson Outcomes

## Key Words:- Electrical, Potential, Joule, Fuel, Combustion,

Transfer, Conservation, Thermal, Sankey Diagram

## To be able to list at least 3 different

types of energies and give examples of
energy transfers.
To be able to explain the combustion
triangle.
To be able to explain the difference
between a good and a bad fuel.

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Chemical

Gravitational
Elastic

Types of
Energies

Potential
Energy
Thermal
Energy

Light
Nuclear

Kinetic
Energy

Sound

## The 9 types of energy

Type
Heat
Kinetic (movement)
Nuclear

Sound
Light
Chemical
Electrical
Gravitational potential
Elastic potential

3 example sources

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Energy changes

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## To describe an energy change for a

light bulb we need to do 3 steps:
1) Write down the
starting energy:

3) Write down
what energy types
are given out:

2) Draw an arrow
Electricity

Light + heat

## What are the energy changes for the following?

1) An electric fire
2) A rock about to dropping through the air
3) An arrow being fired

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## Either Demonstrate or students go around

the energy transfer circus.
At each station/demo students draw an
appropriate Energy Transfer diagram.
If demonstrating students can write Energy
transfer diagrams on mini white boards.

## How energy is transferred

Energy itself is invisible. This activity should help
you to understand that you can track energy by what
it does, and to start to understand where energy
comes from and goes to.
Equipment
Around the room there are 10 stations. At each one is
some equipment set up. Your teacher will tell you which
station to start at.
Safety
Keep Bunsen burner flames turned to the yellow safety flame.

Obtaining evidence
Draw up a table like the one shown below.

Example

name of
device

energy input

useful
energy
output

Bunsen
burner

Chemical Heat

waste
energy
output

Light
Cooker
Sound
Heat

Station 1

Types of energy
thermal (heat)
kinetic (movement)
sound
light

Another
example of
the same
energy
transfer

electrical
chemicalgravitational potential
strain

Sankey diagrams

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Consider a light bulb. Lets say that the bulb runs on 100
watts (100 joules per second) and transfers 20 joules per
second into light and the rest into heat. Draw this as a
diagram:

Input energy
100 J/s
electrical
energy

Output energy
20 J/s
light energy

80 J/s heat
energy (given to
the surroundings)

Example questions
Consider a kettle:
2000 J/s
electrical
energy

Sound
energy

Wasted
heat

Heat to
water

## 1) Work out each energy value.

2) What is the kettles
efficiency?

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Consider a computer:
150 J/s
electrical
energy

10 J/s
wasted
sound

20 J/s
wasted
heat

Useful
light and
sound

## 1) How much energy is converted

into useful energy?
2) What is the computers
efficiency?

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Lesson Outcomes

## Key Words:- Electrical, Potential, Joule, Fuel, Combustion,

Transfer, Conservation, Thermal, Sankey Diagram

## To be able to list at least 3 different

types of energies and give examples of
energy transfers.
To be able to explain the combustion
triangle.
To be able to explain the difference
between a good and a bad fuel.

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## What are the things needed for

something to burn?
Watch some of these demos and see if
you can explain what is going on.

Click Image

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## Watch this clip and explain why

it shows some bad science.

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Lesson Outcomes

## Key Words:- Electrical, Potential, Joule, Fuel, Combustion,

Transfer, Conservation, Thermal, Sankey Diagram

## To be able to list at least 3 different

types of energies and give examples of
energy transfers.
To be able to explain the combustion
triangle.
To be able to explain the difference
between a good and a bad fuel.

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What is a fuel?

Fuels

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## A fuel is something that can be burned to release heat and

light energy. The main examples are:

## Coal, oil and gas are called fossil fuels. In

other words, they were made from fossils.

Coal formation

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Lesson Outcomes

## Key Words:- Electrical, Potential, Joule, Fuel, Combustion,

Transfer, Conservation, Thermal, Sankey Diagram

## To be able to list at least 3 different

types of energies and give examples of
energy transfers.
To be able to explain the combustion
triangle.
To be able to explain the difference
between a good and a bad fuel.