If it is a ceiling fan, then there is a little chain on the base of the fan, not the light chain...usually on the opposite side, that you need to pull and it will change direction.
by changing the polarity of capacitor of single phase ceiling fan can we change the direction of rotation from anticlockwise to clockwise
The fan is rotating clockwise.
If you are standing on the north pole, it is rotating counterclockwise.
To counteract the the right hand tourque produced by the clockwise rotating engine
Clock wise to tighten.
Its all a matter of perspective. If you look at one end of the generator and note that it is turning anticlockwise, then it is true that it will be turning clockwise as viewed from the other end.
anticlockwise. (All toilets in the Northern Hemisphere flush clockwise, all toilets in Southern Hemisphere flush anticlockwise.)
lay on the floor and look up at it. If it is moving the same direction as a clock it is moving clockwise. Hold a piece of tissue paper at a corner such that it is near (but not touching) the fan blades. If the fan lifts the paper toward the ceiling then it is rotating clockwise. This is best for winter. If the fan pushes the paper toward the floor (causing a breeze) then it is rotating counter clockwise. This is best for summer.
Clockwise is rotating something to the right, anticlockwise is moving something to the left. It is basically the same thing as counterclockwise. The prefix ANTI- means "not." Examples: Antisocial, antichrist, antimatter, and so on.
The earth spins anticlockwise, looking down from the north.
it is rotating clockwise
ceiling fans rotate both ways 'anticlockwise' and 'clockwise' this is so the on fan will pull the air up and another will push it down to create a circulation in the room. Table fans rotate clockwise so they can push the air outward across the room.
Yes it can be (anticlockwise rotation).It means the same as counter-clockwise, and is also used as an adverb.
if blades of fan connected to stator of motor used in it then rotation will be anticlockwise...
Looking down from above the north pole, it spins anticlockwise. It also orbits anticlockwise around the sun.
All horse racing in Melbourne Australia is run anticlockwise in New South Wales and Queensland races are run clockwise.
There is no difference, both terms mean the opposite of clockwise.