|Nov5-06, 01:13 AM||#1|
first timer needs help!
I was wondering if any one could please explain (or redirect me to) the basic theory in how by spinning a motor in its opposite direction, it produces current. I am conducting an experiment on the amount of current that can be obtained from water running down drain down pipes, this water hits a turbine, which spins it in the motor in a opposite direction, thus producing current.
ANY help at all would be greatly appreciated
|Nov5-06, 05:00 AM||#3|
ok will have a look thanks!
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