How Is Electricity Generated in a Dynamo?


A dynamo is a generator that produces direct current using a commutator. It uses rotating coils of wire and magnetic fields to convert mechanical rotation into a pulsing direct electric current through Faraday's Law.
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A dynamo passes a magnet past a coil. The movement of the magnet past the wire causes eddy currents to develop which cause electrons to align and move through the wire. If there is
The dynamo would have to have almost no resistance to movement, or the engine would have to be designed for the amount of back pressure the dynamo would cause. I don't know how much
Initially it was Benjamin Franklin who discovered the technology. But bra.
It's AC, so you will need to rectify it. Preferably using Schottky diodes for the low voltage drop, or -- if you can get hold of one -- an old-fashioned selenium rectifier. Then store
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