Generation of electric energy from rotating objects

if converting rotating energy is possible , then y can't we use a rotating circular disk with teeth and connecting a number of same type of disk in series with that. shall we produce electrical energy from each of the disk by driving only one it possible???? and is it effective???????


  • Jeffrey Arulraj
    Jeffrey Arulraj
    Hello mate learn EMF equation a little more

    If the rotating motion Cuts a magnetic field only we will have EMF induced

    Otherwise there will not be any induction of emf mate SO we will not be able to produce electricity just by rotating a circular disk with a lot of teeth
  • yogi.bharadwaj
    Only rotary motion is not sufficient to produce electricity there should be an emf generation which we get in the form of my friend the rotating object should be cuts the magnetic field lines then only it induce emf and due to this induced emf we produce only rotating objects are not sufficient for it and your disk motion is also not. if i am wrong pls correct me.

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