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Unformatted text preview: 1 Prof.Naik © 2010 M I Lect ons Last Lecture Prof.Naik © 2010 Thermodynamic meaning of temperature Temperature scales » Relationship between Celcius and Kelvin scale » Relationship between Fahrenheit and Rankine scale Problem Solving Procedure 2 This Lecture Mechanical Concepts of Energy, Work, and Power Prof.Naik © 2010 Point vs. Path Function System Energy Interactions » Heat Transfer » Work Mechanical Concept of Energy Prof.Naik © 2010 Kinetic Energy Potential Energy What about units? 3 Mechanical Concept of Work Prof.Naik © 2010 A force acting through a given distance results in work If the given force is constant, then If the given force is not constant, then we consider small amounts of work and add them up Mechanical Concept of Power In mechanics, power is defined as Prof.Naik © 2010 4 Point Function Prof.Naik © 2010 Point function Point f nction does not depend on the manner in hich Point function does not depend on the manner in which...
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2011 for the course ME 200 taught by Professor Gal during the Fall '08 term at Purdue.
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