. Now

School work and essays from secondary school
Search for school projects

School works on Physics

Nuclear

Subject: Physics

About half of the country's total electricity comes from one of our most controversial energy sources - nuclear power. There are ten power-producing reactors at three locations in Sweden, Forsmark (3), Oskarshamn (3) and Ringhals (4). View schoolwork »

GD Star Rating
loading ...

Solar Energy

Subject: Physics

Many homes use to form their own solar power. Cost what it may cost to form your own solar energy and what is really better for the environment? The solar energy produced by the sun and in building solar fields that attracts the sun so do not take them as much space and do not dispose of hazardous gases and chemicals. View schoolwork »

GD Star Rating
loading ...

Electromagnetics

Subject: Physics

An atom is composed of a nucleus, which is positively charged, and electrons, which are negatively charged. The electrons revolve in orbits around the nucleus. Atom as a whole is electrically neutral because there are as many negative electrons around the nucleus, which positive charges of the core. See schoolwork »

GD Star Rating
loading ...

Energy

Subject: Physics

In today's society we have problems with energy supply. The oil, coal and natural gas is becoming more and more inaccessible to us who wish to access them. Before giving the oil a lot more energy, a full 30 times more than what was required to extract it. View schoolwork »

GD Star Rating
loading ...

Momentum

Subject: Physics

Purpose:

1) We would first shoot an air rifle bullet in a stationary car with a spongebob square on, so that the ball stayed in spongebob. View schoolwork »

GD Star Rating
loading ...

Photovoltaics

Subject: Physics

Photovoltaic The start of World

You usually hear that the Greeks were one with that much and it's them with solar cells for c. 400 f.kr did the Greeks known as a solar house. View schoolwork »

GD Star Rating
loading ...

Real Roots

Subject: Physics

1: Problem:

The problem is to determine the probability that the quadratic equation has real roots when p and q are chosen as real numbers in different ranges. View schoolwork »

GD Star Rating
loading ...

Geothermal

Subject: Physics

Functional / Technical

A heat pump takes heat from rocks, soil, air or water and provides heat to the house.
For every kWh of electricity a heat pump needs to work to get out nearly 3 kWh due to the heat stored in the rock. View schoolwork »

GD Star Rating
loading ...

Wind

Subject: Physics

Wind energy has been used for thousands of years by man. The windmills came around the same time as water mills in the 1200s. In today's wind turbine principle is the same. Wind speeds up the rotor that is directly connected to a generator that converts the rotation into electricity. View schoolwork »

GD Star Rating
loading ...

Alcohols, Enthalpy and Endothermic reaction

Subject: Physics

Experiment 1:

Alcohols

Supplies:
8 vitro

Show schoolwork »

GD Star Rating
loading ...

«Older schoolwork - Newer school projects »