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sir i am not able to understand the principle of a generator and also finding difficulty in understanding  earthing of  a conductor...

please provide me with suitable explaination...

6 years ago


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										the generator works on the faraday law of electromagnetic induction , the mechanical energy is transferred into the electric energy.
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