Nuclear Power Plant Isar, Germany

Spent nuclear fuel pool

Turbine of a nuclear plant

Kinetic energy definition

Kinetic energy is the energy contained in a body due to the fact of being in motion. The kinetic energy of a body is equivalent to the amount of work needed to accelerate this body of a given mass to a certain speed (linear or rotational). This energy obtained during the acceleration will remain unchanged while the body does not vary its speed.

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