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Use of organic matter- plants and animal matter- to produce electricity, transportation fuels, or chemicals.
a) Biomass Energy b) Ocean/Wave Energy c) Alternative fuels d) Simulation
Uses hydrogen to generate electricity to power vehicles.
a) Quantitative b) Aerodynamic c) Calibration d) Hydrogen Fuel Cells
Energy produced by moving water turning a generator to produce electricity.
a) Renewable Energy b) Hydroelectric Power c) Nonrenewable Energy d) Chemical fuels
Energy from air that has been under pressure that can be used to power vehicles.
a) Compressed Air Energy b) Hydroelectric Power c) Alternative fuels d) Fossil Fuels
Energy, captured from the uneven heating and cooling of the atmosphere, drives a turbine, which converts the energy of the moving air into electrical energy.
a) Natural Resources b) Biomass Energy c) Wind Energy d) Compressed Air Energy
Energy from hot magma inside of the earth used for generating electricity and heating and cooling buildings.
a) Nonrenewable Energy b) Geothermal Energy c) Renewable Energy d) Chemical fuels
Energy from the sun that can be used directly for heating, cooling, generating electricity, heating water, etc.
a) Energy b) Alternative fuels c) Ocean/Wave Energy d) Solar Energy
of or pertaining to the describing or measuring of quantity: using numbers
a) Hydrogen Fuel Cells b) Quantitative c) Biomass Energy d) Fossil Fuels
to determine, check, or rectify the graduation of any instrument, giving quantitative measurements.
a) Calibration b) Hydrogen Fuel Cells c) Ocean/Wave Energy d) Alternative fuels
imitation or enactment as of something anticipated or in testing.
a) Solar Energy b) Wind Energy c) Compressed Air Energy d) Simulation
the branch of mechanics that deals with the motion of air and other gasses and with the effects of such motion
a) Calibration b) Quantitative c) Aerodynamic d) Solar Energy
the making of goods or wares by manual labor or by machinery, especially on a large scale.
a) Manufacturing b) Simulation c) Aerodynamic: d) Calibration
Energy produced from ocean tides as a result of the gravitational pull of the moon and sun on the earth
a) Aerodynamic b) Geothermal Energy c) Ocean/Wave Energy d) Compressed Air Energy
a fuel other than gasoline for powering motor vehicles, such as natural gas, methanol, or electricity
a) Biomass Energy b) Fossil Fuels c) Chemical fuels d) Alternative fuels
Formed in the earth from the remains of ancient plants or animals
a) Manufacturing b) Fossil Fuels c) Aerodynamic d) Quantitative
A source of useable power.
a) Energy b) Biomass Energy c) Ocean/Wave Energy d) Alternative fuels
Limited and cannot be replaced in a timely manner by natural processes; coal, natural gas, oil
a) Renewable Energy b) Chemical fuels c) Nonrenewable Energy d) Alternative fuels
Not limited and can be replaced by natural processes; biomass, geothermal, solar, wind
a) Wind Energy b) Hydrogen Fuel Cells c) Natural Resources d) Renewable Energy
Resources supplied by nature.
a) Hydroelectric Power b) Natural Resources c) Chemical fuels d) Compressed Air Energy
Powerful man-made fuels used to power jet engines and rockets.
a) Chemical fuels b) Calibration c) Geothermal Energy d) Fossil Fuels
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