How Does a DC Generator Work?


The components of DC generator are; Rotor, Armature, Coil, Stator, Field electromagnets, and Brushes. The commutator rotates with the loop of wire with each end of the rotating loop connected to a commutator segment. The two carbon brushes that rest against the rotating commutator, one brush conducts the current out of the generator as the other feeds it in.
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A DC generator works by using various mechanical principles. It is used to convert mechanical energy into a more useful electrical energy. You can find more information at en. wikipedia. org/wiki/Electrical_generator
A DC generator works, by having a alternate fuel engine turned a alternator. The alternator makes electricity that is fed directly into your house current.
A DC or electrical generator powers devices using a copper rotor which spins, creating a magnetic field and results in energy that can be used to operating whatever device is hooked up to it.
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