Calculation of total energy - thermodynamics, Mechanical Engineering

Total Energy:

Total energy possessed by system is the sum of all types of stored energy. Thus it will be given by

Etotal  = PE + KE + U = mgh + 1/2mv2  + U It is expressed in unit of joule (1J = 1Nm)

 

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