Allen High School IB Physics SL Source: Chris Hamper SL Physics. Topic 8: Energy, Power, & climate change Section 8.1 & 8.2. 8.1 Energy Degredation & Power Generation.
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Allen High School
IB Physics SL
Source: Chris Hamper SL Physics
Topic 8: Energy, Power, & climate changeSection 8.1 & 8.2
A basic generator has looped wire (coil) that is rotated in between a magnetic field (present because of an existing magnet) and as a result, current is induced in the wire.
The rotation actually can wear down the wire and thus, many generators choose to move the magnet instead of the wire.
Oil & Gas
Wood & Biomass
Renewable (from Sun)
Renewable (not derived from Sun)
Tidal Power (due to the oceans grav. pull with moon.)
Geothermal Energy (tectonic plate friction; geysers)
Denmark produces 20% of its electricity from wind power.