How Is Electricity Generated in a Dynamo?

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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
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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
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