About: How do you generate electricity using coal - animated video
Gr8 info and video 👍 thank you
Great informative video! One negative point is pronunciation of turbine. Pronunciation is “turbin”. Same as engine.
Why do they have to cool the steam/ water, seems like a waste of energy. Is it because of the expansion via heating thus pressure or?
People get killed for digging for coal
My partner and I recognized the youngsters would probably be ravenous when we got our energy invoice. We had charge card arrears. The right formula ended up being the Papziati Energy online training course. It is the best way to make your own green energy. It is the earliest thing that will show up in Google.
please sir, tell me the use of waste burnt coal after generate electricity.
I have never worked in one that clean!! Lol
just use Avasva Solutions :)))
I did it with the help of Avasva solutions.
Our science teacher had us watch this
HEY Man respect! #coalsbetter
A very nice video, clear and informative. I like the pollution control and recycling methods. Thanks.
34,000 amps at 18k volts holy shit
of the decade
Tesla fuel refining, coal!
You don't make electricity FROM coal, you make electricity USING coal. Come on, understand the language Another example of the Dumbing Down of America
Seems pretty inefficient. So you have to transport coal, then crush it, then burn it in order to generate steam to power a generator. Wouldn't it be easier to make a giant magnifying glass or multiple glass and then concentrate that heat onto water to make steam. I read about how someone in Australia was trying to do that where they get tons of sunlight.
If environmentalists and progressives wish to put the final nail in the coffin of coal (or at least a few smaller ones) the thing to do is to have environmental groups target those states and localities that depend on over 50% of the electricity from coal (IN, CO, KS, IW, KY, MT, NB, NM, ND, OH, UT, WV, WY) and purchase LED lights, efficient appliances, etc. for low to moderate income consumers in those states. Less demand for electricity equals less need to mine coal. Trying this tactic in those states with less than 50% of their power coming from coal would have less impact. https://www.nei.org/Knowledge-Center/Nuclear-Statistics/US-Nuclear-Power-Plants/State-Electricity-Generation-Fuel-Shares
And yes support green energy credits, divestment, and switch to providers that provide power from renewables.