Moving water electrostatic generator

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There is known effect when electric field bends water stream:
http://www.school-for-champions.com/science/static_induction.htm" [Broken]
Does that mean that moving water inversely affect electric field?If yes,could we make electric generator in which moving water would affect electric field and produce voltage or current?
Exhaust of engines is mostly water.
I mean something different from Kelvin`s generator because the latest one uses impure (ionized water).
 
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Do you have a specific application in mind?
 
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Do you have a specific application in mind?
Sure.Because engine exhaust is mostly water and carbon dioxide which are both poler molecules
we could try to build some kind of electrohydrodynamic generator.When water vapor will go past electric field it may influence this field somehow and generate electricity. Electrostatic engine.
 
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