Waterfall is what kind of energy?
Potential energy at the top of the waterfall (PE1), potential energy and kinetic energy while falling (PE1=PE2+KE1), and kinetic energy at the base (KE2.)
The falling water has kinetic energy.
the water gains kinetic energy as it travels down the waterfall.
A waterfall is not a chemical reaction.
It is kinetic energy.
A waterfall is not a chemical reaction.
Yes. If it was moving down the waterfall, it would would have kinetic energy.
At the top of the waterfall, the water has potential energy. Once it goes over the edge and begins to fall due to the force of gravity, the potential energy shifts into kinetic energy. No energy can be lost or gained during this conversion, due to the First Law of Thermodynamics. The energy conversion of a waterfall can be harnessed to produce hydroelectric electricity.
Gravitational potential energy.
The water above receives energy as it falls down the short waterfall. This energy was stored as potential energy in the gravitational field of the Earth and came out of storage as the water dropped. This energy which came out of the gravitational field ended up being expressed as the kinetic energy of the water. That is, the water gains kinetic energy as it drops. An ounce of water is going faster when it hits… Read More
From my understanding, yes. A waterfall is an example of potential gravitational energy and kinetic energy. The water is moving downstream at a fast pace (kinetic energy) and when reaching the drop off the water gains potential gravitational energy and drops towards the ground. Mechanical energy is a mix between Kinetic energy and any type of potential energy so yes, a waterfall is an example of Mechanical Energy.
It is both kinetic as well as potential energy.
At the bottom of a waterfall.
That is called kinetic energy - which means, precisely, energy of motion.
It is an example of conversion of potential energy (at the top) into kinetic energy (at the bottom).
Basically the same as any falling object. When the water is at the top, it has mainly gravitational potential energy (it will also have some kinetic, i.e. movement, energy). When it gets to the bottom, the potential energy will have been converted into kinetic energy, i.e., the water moves much faster.
a waterfall can spin a lil wheelie thing and it can create energy by spinning.
Fountain (kind of like a waterfall)
The water at the top of a waterfall has a great amount of potential energy.
The water at the bottom of the waterfall has lost some potential energy in falling the height of the fall, but it has gained kinetic energy because it is moving faster than it was at the top. For a free flowing waterfall, ie one which has not had water diverted into a hydro power turbine on the way from top to bottom, the total energy ie potential and kinetic must be the same at the… Read More
* When it's in a waterfall. * In a rapid river
Energy is coverted into a waterfall
Sound is a kind of energy. Sound is a kind of energy. Sound is a kind of energy. Sound is a kind of energy.
It doesn't make energy. It is not possible to "make" energy. It converts potential energy into kinetic energy - as always happens when something falls down.
The water in a waterfall will have the most kinetic and the bottom, right before it hits the ground. This is where the water is moving the fastest.
What happens to the gravitational potential energy when water at the top of a waterfall falls to the pool below?
becomes kinetic energy
Pressure - a kind of potential energy. Pressure - a kind of potential energy. Pressure - a kind of potential energy. Pressure - a kind of potential energy.
naturally any kind of water Pokemon (ALMOST ANY KIND OF WATER POKEMON) will learn waterfall and if you can't find one then a normal type Pokemon, such as bidoof should suffice.
the water loses gravitational potential energy and gains kinetic energy as it falls
chemical energy is the kind of energy
Whatever power source is driving them. If a battery, then chemical energy from the battery chemicals. If a hydroelectric turbine, then potential energy from the waterfall.
That's a kind of potential energy. That's a kind of potential energy. That's a kind of potential energy. That's a kind of potential energy.
The kind of energy a river produces is kinetic energy.
You can convert electrical energy into any other kind of energy. You can convert electrical energy into any other kind of energy. You can convert electrical energy into any other kind of energy. You can convert electrical energy into any other kind of energy.
Kinetic energy is the energy found in every object in motion . Gravitational Potential Energy is the enegry stored in an object because of its height. For example, the energy that water has before it goes over a waterfall. Chemical potential energy is the energy that a substance can release by undergoing a chemical reaction, for example gasoline which releases energy when it is burned. Mechanical potential energy would be the kind stored in a… Read More
The question's a bit faulty... But yes, the water that falls over the edge does have kinetic energy as it is has significant velocity.
A waterfall can power an electric generating plant with the energy of the falling water. Waterfalls are also very scenic and can attract tourists. Niagara Falls is used for both of these purposes.
Work IS a kind of energy: work is the word used for transfer of energy. Work IS a kind of energy: work is the word used for transfer of energy. Work IS a kind of energy: work is the word used for transfer of energy. Work IS a kind of energy: work is the word used for transfer of energy.
well first i think the water comes from the ocean
Nuclear energy, which is a kind of potential energy.
Use some kind of blue pen or drawing utensil to draw a tiny waterfall icon at each point where there is a waterfall. You can be creative and make up your own icons or follow those similar to ones in Atlases or books alike.
When you put gas in your car and drive you are converting what kind of energy into what kind of energy?
Chemical energy into mechanical energy
The effect that deposition have on waterfalls is the waterfall is really high so the energy in which it holds is much powerful that usual. The depths may vary according to the length of the waterfall, and how deep it is.
Love Song of the Waterfall sung by Slim Whitman
I think the kind of energy you are looking for is mechanical energy.
No. Other way around, yes: Niagara (or any waterfall) is an example of potential energy being changed to kinetic energy.
What kind of energy does a pizza oven have?
Any kind of potential energy: gravitational potential energy, chemical energy, energy stored in a spring, nuclear energy.
Yes, it does. Kinetic energy is energy in motion. If you have a waterfall, the energy within it is constantly being moved. If it were perhaps a waterfall that was frozen over, then it would not have kinetic energy; it would have potential energy. Relative to the pool at the bottom, the water at the top has potential energy until it reaches the edge. After it spills over, each kilogram of water loses 9.8 joules… Read More