GFI 8/27/21

Even though there is no anode or cathode, the circuit must still be complete, both beginning and ending at the power source.  If the circuit is not complete, the electricity cannot flow.  But, even though the electrons don’t really go anywhere (just back and forth) in an alternating current, sometimes there can be an unfortunate buildup


Turbines 8/10/21

electricity is conceptually very simple to generate. A “wave turbine” is very similar to wind turbines. In either, water (in wave) or air (in wind) flow past propellers, causing them to turn. These propellers, then, turn a coil of wire (or a magnet) in a magnetic field (or around a coil of wires). As the wires cross the magnetic force lines, it generates alternating current.