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  • Pacific Energy Center - offers educational programs, design tools, advice, and support Green Office @ Harvard - basic steps to green your office Northwest
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  • Chapter (Collisions and Explosions) >> Work and Energy Definition - Work - Energy - Mechanical Energy and Energy Conservation - Important Quantities, Equations
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  • Example ARs/EEMs none yet uploaded
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  • Solar Thermal (i.e. Solar Water Heating) Solar Electric (i.e. Photovoltaic (PV) arrays) http://www.solar-rating.org/
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  • Doing Work: A force can increase the kinetic energy or gravitational potential energy of an object. The force moves through a distance, and we say that
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  • plant visit by an energy efficiency expert (OSU) Compact Fluorescent - EER - Energy/Efficiency Reference, developed by the E/EC Energy Conservation Opportunity
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  • Lumber Sheetboard Metals Agricultural Food processing Dairy Air Reclaim Boilers & Steam Compressed Air Fume Hoods HVAC Lighting Motors Process Heating
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  • Boiler & Steam System Heat Pump Additional Info Water-Tube Boiler Fire-Tube Boiler - Scotch Marine is a Fire Type boiler Steam Basic Concepts Steam traps
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  • Fertilizer Inputs There are sizable petroleum inputs in conventional fertilizers. A reduction in fertilizer application means not only fewer trips across
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  • Models - Structure - Isotopes - Energy Quantization - Periodicity of Ionization Energy - Successive Ionization Energies - Bohr Orbits - Heisenberg Uncertainty
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  • reference is the culmination of many individuals work at the Oregon State Energy/Efficiency Center (formerly the OSU Industrial Assessment Center) Michael
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  • How to Reduce Energy Usage WikiBook "Caring for the Planet" - CNN Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance - provides a list of various energy efficiency opportunities
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  • The Energy Efficiency Reference (EER) is an open and collaborative project that was created in 2008 at the Oregon State University Industrial Assessment
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  • Oregon Association of Professional Energy Managers American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers eFunda - "The Ultimate Online
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  • Southern California Edison (SCE) Modesto Irrigation District (MID) State California Solar Initiative (CSI) Oregon Department of Energy Good to be Green
    419 bytes (59 words) - 01:18, 19 June 2009
  • Kinetic energy and potential energy are together referred to as mechanical energy. The total mechanical energy (U) of an object is then the sum of its
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  • Forces, Fields and Energy is the main module of the A2 year. You will need to know everything from the previous 3 modules from last year. There is a lot
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  • Kinetic energy is simply the capacity to do work by virtue of motion. (Translational) kinetic energy is equal to one-half of mass times the square of velocity
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  • Hydro Energy Solar Photovoltaic (PV) Tidal Energy Wave Energy Energy Storage Chemical Mechanical Thermal Energy More on Specific Renewable energy sources
    694 bytes (70 words) - 00:51, 22 November 2011
  • to time. Work and Energy Work is force times displacement Kinetic energy is half of mass times velocity squared. Potential energy is mass times acceleration
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