Which appliances are designed to transfer electrical energy to kinetic energy?


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John McCann answered

Mixers, dishwashers and dryers, vacuums and many more I am sure you can think of.

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Yo Kass
Yo Kass commented
Would you be able to explain a bit more? This sounds like a homework question to me, but the user may be interested to understand a bit more about how kinetic energy can tie into design..
John McCann
John McCann commented
Work = delta PE + delta KE

KE = 1/2mV^2

Electrical Energy = Qq/r


EE = Qq/r = KE = 1/2mV^2

Qq/r = 1/2mV^2

qQ = 1`/2mV^2r

The two particle points, Q and q, attracted by their opposite charge and the distance between them, r, transfer this energy into the mass of the object ( you mixer ), m, times the velocity of the object squared, V^2, all times that radial distance between the particles in the electric flow with the 1/2 constant being the result of integration.

The transference of the moving attraction of particles into mechanical motion. Hard to explain without university mathematics.
Yo Kass
Yo Kass commented
Sounds like pretty complicated stuff! Thanks for sharing though, I know anyone looking for this information on Blurtit will be impressed :)

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