Generators

Electricity, at a large scale, is fundamentally generated by the movement of turbines through a magnetic field. The type generated depends largely on the application, the two examples below demonstrate a.c. generation and d.c. generation.

Questions on generation appear in the 2330-202, 2330-203, 2330-301 and the 2357-309 exams.

 

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Where would a generator be used?

Largely used on a very large scale, think of the National Grid and then smaller scales such as local power and backups for essential services.

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