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faraday induction

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on 24 May 2010

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Transcript of faraday induction

Faraday Induction is the basic law of electromagnetism relating to the operating priciples of transformers, inductors, and many types of electricle motors and generators. The law states that the induced electromotive force, or EMF is any closed circuit is equal to the time rate of change of the magnetic flux through the circuit. This is an Electric Motor it utilizes the property of electromagnetic induction to convert electricity into mechanical energy to make things move. The conductor itself, a coiled wire, will move to oppose the magnetic field. Just when it gets into position the current is reversed, and the coil spins round and round like a dog chasing its tail, full of mechanical energy. A past power source was a water. Mills were powered by water. This type of mill was called a watermill It is a structure that uses a water wheel or turbine to drive a mechanical process such as flour, lumber or textile production, or metal shaping (rolling, grinding or wire drawing). A watermill that generates electricity is usually called a hydroelectric plant. This is a water mill. Right now people use nuclear power solar power water mills and many other sources for power. In the future I predict we will be using hydrogen for power or another cheap, and low pollution energy source. This is what our future fuel will be like.
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