kinetic

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  • Wind energy is the kinetic energy of air in motion, also called wind.
  • Kinetic energy is the energy of an object as a result of its motion.
  • In terms of energy, all systems have two types of energy, potential energy and kinetic energy.
  • The second term in the series is just the classical kinetic energy.
  • Kinetic energy can be passed from one object to another.
  • For a breast shot or over shot wheel both potential energy and kinetic energy must be considered.
  • Both kinetic energy and directed energy weapons are often portrayed, along with various military space vessels.
  • The kinetic energy of the ground state cannot be removed.
  • Kinetic energy is then converted back into potential energy as the train moves up again to the second peak.
  • The kinetic energy of any object is equal to one-half its mass times the square of its velocity.
  • However it becomes apparent at re-entry when some of the kinetic energy is converted to heat.
  • The total mass of a composite system includes the kinetic energy and field energy in the system.
  • These can be categorized in two main classes: potential energy and kinetic energy.
  • The kinetic process of destabilization can be rather long - up to several months, or even years for some products.
  • Another property of the motion, kinetic energy, must be known.
  • There are two types of energy: potential energy and kinetic energy.
  • Therefore internal energy changes in an ideal gas may be described solely by changes in its kinetic energy.
  • Without loss or gain, however, the sum of the kinetic and potential energy remains constant.
  • Although its kinetic energy decreases, its potential energy increases by a larger amount.
  • The terms kinetic energy and work in their present scientific meanings date back to the mid-19th century.
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Synonyms of kinetic

Meaning of kinetic

  • adjective Relating to the motion of material bodies and the forces associated therewith
    kinetic energy