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Energy Transfers in a Pendulum | GPE & KE | GCSE Physics (9-1) | kayscience.com

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Title :Energy Transfers in a Pendulum | GPE & KE | GCSE Physics (9-1) | kayscience.com
Duration : 5m 4s
Uploader : Kay Science
Added On: : 24 August, 2020
Views : 566 times
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For more videos, self assessed quizzes, and worksheets visit https://www.kayscience.com In this video, you will learn this model answer: As the pendulum is lifted there is an energy transfer from the chemical store of the person to its gravitational potential energy (GPE) store because the pendulum is lifted higher above the ground, and into its kinetic energy store because it’s moving. When the pendulum is stationary at its highest point, there is energy in the gravitational potential energy store, but no energy in the pendulum’s kinetic energy store because its not moving. As the pendulum falls, there is an energy transfer from its gravitational potential energy store to its kinetic energy store, and the pendulum’s speed increases. The pendulum’s height increases after it passes its lowest point, and there is an energy transfer from its kinetic store to it’s gravitational potential energy store, and its speed decreased. All content, music, images, worksheets are the property of kayscience.com We aim for you to get 100% in your exam by revising and learning with KayScience.

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