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Can You Power A Generator With Steam?

In a turbine generator, a shifting fluid—water, steam, combustion gases, or air—pushes a series of blades mounted on a rotor shaft. The drive of the fluid on the blades spins/rotates the rotor shaft of a generator. The generator, in turn, converts the mechanical (kinetic) power of the rotor to electrical energy.Nov 1, 2021

About Mary Crane

Mary Crane
Mary Crane is a businesswoman and her passion for kids is so immense that she came up with a small fun place filled with bouncing castles, small trains with racks, and all the fun things just for kids to have some fun over the holidays and during the weekends. She is a strong advocate of developmental play and understands the effects of the lack of play in the growth of a child. According to Crane, encouraging play in a child helps them grow, and teaches them how to interact with other people at a young age; they also learn to share and make decisions as they grow. Mary Crane is a freelance writer and a mother of one.

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