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Energy & Electricity in Science : How Does Wave Energy Work?

Hi, I’m Steve Jones and I’m going to tell you a little about how wave energy works. The first thing to understand this, that the energy comes from the movement of the wave as the wave goes past the point through a various different types of energy that can be harness in this way, but […]

Making Cooler/Generator with Thermoelectric Device

Hi, I got my hands on a bunch of these Thermoelectric Peltier devices ,thanks to Circuit Specialists. I’ve never used them before but, from what I know when you apply electricity to them they pump heat. Well, let’s power it with 12 volt DC. I know the theory -(gets shocked) Sh** ow(gets shocked again) I […]

Energy & Electricity in Science : How Does Wave Energy Work?

Hi, I’m Steve Jones and I’m going to tell you a little about how wave energy works. The first thing to understand this, that the energy comes from the movement of the wave as the wave goes past the point through a various different types of energy that can be harness in this way, but […]

Painful Experiments with Van De Graaff Generator

Hi! After the pain-staking process of pain-staking…pains-taking Fine! After the pains-taking process of explaining and putting the Van de Graaff machine together in my last video. I can freely experiment with it now. Basically this machine creates super high DC voltages that’s charged in its capacitance. Which is basically between its top dome and the […]

Electric Current & Electric Circuits (JEL01B)

dear students, now we’ll start the topic of current electricity. and in this topic, the very 1st thing we’re going to discuss is about electric current in electric circuits. electric current is quite a familiar term for all of us, that in our house, without electric current, there won’t be any life, because the light, […]

1. Physics Lecture of 11th Class | Current Electricity | Electric Current | by Ashish Arora (GA)

dear students lets start with the topic of electric current. and, in your early classes you might have studied about the basic definition of current in which, we write that. rate of flow of charge. through. any cross section. of a conductor. in which current is flowing obviously we are talking about. is called. electric […]

Building a Van De Graaff HIGH VOLTAGE Generator

Hi, I like to make a Van De Graaff machine to make super high voltages This machine is invented by Robert J. Van De Graaff and works based on Triboelectric Effect Which is basically if two certain different material rub against each other They become electrically charged one of the two materials Pulls electrons from […]

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Energy & Electricity in Science : How Does an Electric Motor Work?

Hi, I’m Steve Jones and I’m going to explain how an electric motor works. Now I’ve drawn this diagram, it looks rather complicated but it isn’t really that complicated. There are two main elements. The first is this pair of magnets, one with a north here, the other with a south here. These are usually […]

25. Physics | Electromagnetic Force | Torque due to Magnetic Forces on a Current Carrying Loop

let us now study the torque due to magnetic forces on a current carrying loop in magnetic field. here you can see this is a uniform magnetic field in which a. rectangular coil, a-b-c-d is placed which is carrying a current i in clockwise manner. the dimensions of the loop are given as l and […]

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