Heat engine in a typical fossil fuel power plant, Physics

Draw a picture of the heat engine in a typical fossil fuel power plant and explain how it works.

1.      ___________ is a measure of the electrical potential energy per free electron.

2.      ___________ refers to the extraction of U-235 from naturally occurring Uranium.

3.      __________ can be defined as the ability to do work. _________ can be defined as the rate at which work is done.

4.      In air, sound takes approximately ______ second(s) to travel one mile (1610 meters).

5.      A __________ reactor is a nuclear reactor that makes new fuel as it operates.

 

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