What runs on electricity?
Some cars, mircowaves, computers, toasters, hair dryers, cell phones. People wonder how cell phones run on electricity it's because the battery inside the cell phone is powered by electricity. Without electricity the battery would die out after a while.
A laptop runs on electricity. It begins with the letter L.
darkness TV nothing that runs with electricity,
Electricity runs hospitals. Without electricity, almost all life saving machines wouldn't be able to work. Electricity also runs monitors, X-ray machines, and many other things, that millions would die with out them.
The water runs through electricity generators to create hydroelectricity.
IT is different because an electromagnet runs with electricity. A refrigiator does not run with electricity.
electricity can never run out only the energy used to generate it
tidal electricity is simply a turbine that runs underwater and when it turns with the ebb tide it creates electricity. Then it carries the electricity through pipes back to land
Electricity from solar power is the same as electricity from a coal-burning power plant. It's all the same, and it can be used to power anything that runs on electricity.
The working mechanism of a railway engine that runs on electricity is the electric motor on diesel trains. This mechanism is the generator or the turbine in an electric train.
When electricity is started it runs through a series of wires. These wires are responsible for powering your lights for example.
If it runs at 1000 MW (for example) and it runs all year at this power level, it will produce 365,000 MWd (megawattdays) of electricity in one year.
An example of electricity is the current that runs through a light socket in a wall. The electricity is able to flow through any object that is plugged into the wall socket.
Electricity is important everywhere. It runs out lights, our fridges, our phones, computers, elevators, countless Machines.
Electricity reaches our homes by wires held by poles. It then runs underground or straight to our house for use.
It runs the lights It runs the cooker It runs the PC It runs the laptop It runs the heaters It runs the aircon It runs the fire alarm It runs the phone It runs the TV It runs the radio etc.
it runs out slowly.
Hollerith invented first machine that runs on electricity. -answer was given by Soumen Das email@example.com
It runs on electricity and it's entirely underground
If you're talking about the blender, then it runs on electricity.
A Hybrid Vehicle.
Because it runs on electricity.
To make electricity, the most common way is to burn something that heats water that creates steam that runs a fan/turbine. Coal fired electricity is when the thing that is burnt is coal.
yes you can because we have a lot of alternitave electricity items.
Running water can turn a turbine that runs a generator.
A Motor is a power producing device that runs on gasoline or electricity.
Water runs through a channel, either natural or built. The water spins an electricity turbine in the channel, producing electricity.
I assume you're asking about a natural gas fired plant. The gas is burned to heat water and produce steam. The steam is piped to a steam turbine causing the turbine to spin rapidly. As the steam does work on the turbine, its temperature drops. The turbine is connected by a shaft to an electrical generator. The spinning generator converts this mechanical energy into electrical energy by moving magnets through conducting wires. This produces an… Read More
fossil fuels used gor heating water to produce steam which further runs turbine to generate electricity
A blender runs on electricity. It begins with the letter b.
Yes. The Nissan Leaf runs on just electricity.
Electricity runs through it to charge your phone ect. :)
Just put it in neutral on a hill. But what good is a car that only runs 6 feet?
== == Take a piece of paper and go through your house and make a note of everything that uses or runs on electricity. Now sit down and try to imagine what your life would be like without all of those things. That is the significance of electricity.
An electric fan is one that that runs on the power of electricity. These fans usually plug into the wall.
Traffic. London Underground runs on electricity.
A generator runs electricity through a wire thus electrifying it.
A computer is not alive and a human is. A computer runs on electricity a human does not.
All electricity is the same, whether it comes from coal-fired power stations or wind farms. It runs along wires till it reaches your house.
Hydroelectricity is just the same as any electricity, which runs heating, lighting, power and transport. It is called hydroelectricity because it is produced by falling water.
Because there is much in the house that runs on electricity. Lights, fridge/freezer, the kitchen range. water heater. TV, wi-fi, aircon etc etc
When atoms split, the energy that is released heats water in the reactor. Steam is produced and turns a turbine. The turbine runs a generator that creates electricity. What is most interesting, is that "electricity" is created by the splitting of the atom (electrons and/or protons moving is electricity), and yet, the heat is used to create steam (hot water) that turns a turbine to make electricity. So they create electricity, which is used to… Read More
A typical oven runs on 220-240 v.
There are several, arguably the most prominent being the Toyota Prius.
it runs on battery electricity that powers the clock at makes it tick/the hand move
solar power is used for powering your lights or anything in your home that runs on electricity
The smart is an ecofriendly car which mostly runs on electricity and is actually roomier then you think.
dhooma shakata nilayamu (in olden days when engine runs on coal) vidyutshakata nilayamu (now a days where engine runs using electricity)
if they run on gas its all the same if it runs on water it is better but i wouldn't recomend driving a car that runs on electricity cause if u happen to drive at night u would end up on the side of the road same for solar cars but that's pretty much the same as electricity