What if in space,where there is no external force acting,Someone applies a force and the object will move on to a infinite displacement forever(Newton's first law).Is work done?

Another question is from that wikipedia:

Work done=Energy transfered . That means in circular motion no energy is transfered to the object ,not even kinetic.Then how can it move?

But displacement is defined as the distance travelled in a stated direction.No force is needed.
Or do you mean S is the displacement(in the direction of force) covered when the force is still there?

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We still apply a force and get tired why?If no work is done,then we would not get tired?

Think of it this way: work is only done when a force is applied. Imagine you and an object are the only two things in the whole universe. Start with the object at rest (relative to you) and push on it. You apply a force and the object accelerates from rest to some velocity in a certain distance while you push on it. Because you're applying a force and the object is moving, you're doing work. [itex]F[/itex] isn't 0 and [itex]s[/itex] isn't 0 in the [itex]W = F \cdot s[/itex] equation, so [itex]W[/itex] also isn't 0.

But once you let go of the object, it no longer accelerates. It travels at constant velocity and it does have a displacement, however you're no longer applying a force. Now [itex]W = 0 \cdot s = 0[/itex]. So you can see that no work is done even though the object moves.

That was an ideal situation where the only force was your pushing. So that you could see the concept clearly, I neglected an important fact: just by having mass you would be attracting the object gravitationally and the object would be attracting you. So even once you let go of the object and you're not pushing on it, there would still be a gravitational force pulling it back toward you. Does this force do work?

We are inefficient, 0% efficiency in some circumstances. You get tired, not because you are doing external work, but because you are wasting lots of energy generating heat by using your muscles inefficiently.