CBSE Class 9 Physics Wind Power And Energy Worksheet

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Wind Power And Energy Class 9 Physics Worksheet Pdf

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Class 9 Physics Worksheet for Wind Power And Energy

 

CBSE Class 9 Physics Worksheet - Wind, Power And Energy - Practice worksheets for CBSE students. Prepared by teachers of the best CBSE schools in India.

WIND, POWER AND ENERGY

1. Read the activities listed below. Reason out whether or not work is done in the light of your understanding of ‘work’.

  (a) Seema is swimming in the pond. (e) An engine is pulling a train.

  (b) A donkey is carrying a load on his back. (f) Foodgrains are getting dried in the sun.

  (c) A windmill is lifting water from a well (g) A sailboat is moving due to wind energy.

  (d) A green part is carrying out photosynthesis.

2. What will happen to the amount of work done if:

   (a) The magnitude of the force applied is increased?

   (b) The displacement of the body is reduced?

3. From the following activities listed below, state whether or not the work is done. Give reasons also.

  (a) An apple is falling off a tree. (f) A man is holding a bucket of water.

  (b) A girl is pushing a book on a table. (g) A coolie is lifting a load on his head.

  (c) A horse is pulling a cart. (h) A cat is flying due to moving air.

  (d) Sunil is reading a book. (i) A man is climbing the stairs.

  (e) A man is pushing a wall (j) A ball is thrown upwards in the air.

4. When is the work done by a force on a body said to be positive? Give 2 examples.

5. When is the work done by a force on a body said to be negative? Give 2 examples.

6. State with reason whether the work done in following is positive or negative:

  (a) Work done by a man in lifting out of the well a bucket tied by means of a rope.

  (b) Work done by gravitational force in the above case ‘a’.

  (c) Work done by friction on a body sliding down an inclined plane.

  (d) Work done by applied force on a body moving on a rough horizontal plane with uniform velocity.

  (e) Work done by resistive force of air on a vibrating pendulum to bring it to rest.

7. Define one-joule energy.

8. Explain

  (a) A moving cricket ball can do work. (c) A compressed spring can do work.

  (b) A striking hammer can do work.

9. Explain with help of an activity

  (a) A moving object possesses energy and can do work.

  (b) An object moving faster can do more work than an identical object moving relatively slow.

10. Derive the formula for kinetic energy : KE = 1/2mr2

11. How is the kinetic energy of a moving body affected if its velocity is tripled?

12. What would have a greater effect on kinetic energy of an object – doubling the mass or doubling the velocity?

13. A compressed spring can do work. Explain with the help of an activity.

14. A stretched spring can do work. Explain with help of an activity.

15. What happens to the potential energy of a body if

  (a) Its mass is tripled? (d) It is lowered halved to its original height?

  (b) Its mass is reduced to one-fourth? (e) The body is taken from the poles to the equator?

  (c) It is raised four times the original.

16. Give reasons:

  (a) Winding the spring of our watch, the hands of the watch move,

  (b) A bullet is released on firing the pistol.

  (c) An arrow moves forward when released from the stretched bow.

17. Explain the transformation in the following cases:

  (a) Production of hydroelectricity (d) Production of fossil fuel

  (b) Production of food by green plants (e) Water cycle in nature.

  (c) Running of a windmill

18. What kind of energy transformation takes place in the following gadgets?

  (A) Solar cell (b) telephone (c) electromagnet (d) electric heater

 

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