What device converts kinetic energy into electrical energy?

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A generator in a power plant converts rotating kinetic energy into electrical energy. So it is a generator
In order for Kinetic energy to be converted into electrical energy, the kinetic energy usually drives the rotation or oscillation of a magnet in close proximity to coiled wire.

A bar magnet can be moved up and down through the centre of a looped coil of wires. As the wire comes into contact with the magnetic field of the magnet, a current is induced in the wire. (see Left hand rule)

Likewise, a collection of magnets attached to a large prop shaft when rotated will induce a current in a large array of coiled wires which surround but do not touch the circled array of magnets.

Kinetic energy is essentially converted into electrical energy in most production of electricity. Oil, Gas, Coal or Nuclear energy are all used to heat water; the steam of which turns turbines and therefore the prop shaft. (Chemical energy-kinetic energy-electrical energy)
Through a generator shaft........ +++ I imagine the questioner knows that, but wants to what is on the shaft! An electrical generator is a set of coils of wire so arranged than when rotated they cut across a strong magnetic field, and it is this that induces the current in the windings, extracted by suitable means for feeding it to the circuit connected to the machine's output.
A generator does this by passing a rotating coil of wire through a magnetic field. Electric current is induced in the coil.
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What is a Device that converts kinetic energy into electrical energy?

A Generator AC and DC generators(also called dynamos). Whenever magnetic flux through a closed wire loop changes current flows in it. We use mechanical energy to produce change in flux and generate electricity. A device that converts mechanical energy into electrical energy is called an Electric Generator. It works by inducing an electric current in a loop of wire by using magnetic fields. An electrical generator or Dynamo. The mechanical energy moves a magnetic field relative to electric coils and creates electricity. Little Dynamos on bicycles provide light at night.

How a dynamo converts kinetic energy into electric energy?

without the aid of other energy sources? no idea... but a dynamo is being run by electromagnetism i think, and thus producing kinetic energy by spinning the shaft... and then the resistance in the conductors, friction in the moving parts, and electromagnetic radiation. just my 2 cents.. >.

How can you construct a device that can convert electrical energy to heat energy?

This seems like a question from an electrical course, and is probably best answered by your course materials.. It's your test question, not ours, and there won't always be someone to ask for the answer. Earn your diploma.. However, a simple resistive load will dissipate heat, thus changing electrical energy to heat energy.

Which device converts high electricity into lower energy electricity?

Well, saying "electricity" is being a bit too vague. I won't go into the particulars, but it sounds like you're looking for a transformer. However, it also sounds like you should probably hire someone to do whatever it is you're trying to do. Electricity can be very dangerous in the hands of an untrained user.

What is something in a home that converts electrical energy into kinetic energy?

l Here are some things in your home that convert electrical energy into kinetic energy (the energy of motion): 1. A garage door opener. The motor uses electricity to move the garage door up and down. 2. Your stereo or tv. Coils in the speakers use electricity to move the speaker cone back and forth rapidly to make sound. 3. Electric Can Opener. Electricity makes the motor in the can opener turn. 4. Electric Toothbrush. Electricity runs a motor in the toothbrush that wiggles the brush back and forth.. 5. Ceiling fan - the electricity genarates the motor inside the fan to rotate.. 6. Mixer - same application as the ceiling fan

Is turbine a device that converts kinetic energy into electrical energy?

Strictly speaking, a turbine turns a flow or a jet of something into a rotary motion. Can be wind, water or steam. But that rotary motion can then be used to spin a generator/alternator/dynamo, and all of these will then produce electric energy. Often the two are so closely integrated, that the whole assembly is simply known as the "turbine".

What device converts electrical energy into heat energy?

Pretty much all electrical and electronic devices convert at least some electrical energy into heat energy. * microprocessors (that's why some of them need big heat sinks) * transformers (that's why the big ones are mounted in a tank of cooling oil) * rechargeable batteries * flourescent light bulbs * ... and practically every other electrical and electronic device. A few devices convert all the input electrical energy into heat energy. * resistors, including ballast resistors and shunt resistors and dummy loads * resistive heating elements, such as the ones in toasters and some electric stoves * the resistive tungsten filament in incandescent light bulbs -- toaster -- curling iron -- incandescent light bulb -- heat lamp -- hair dryer -- steam iron -- coffee machine -- electric stove -- convection or microwave oven, but not solar oven -- rear-window defogger -- baseboard heater -- space heater -- electrical fuse -- shave-cream heater -- soldering iron -- electric hot-water heater

What machine converts kinetic energy to electricity?

-- Hand-crank generator -- Hydroelectric generator -- Windmill generator -- Front-wheel generator on a bicycle -- Car generator, run by a belt from a wheel on the crank-shaft -- Any turbine generator, i.e. turned by a shaft which is forced to turn by anything else

Which device is used for converting potential energy into kinetic energy?

There is no "device" that is used to convert potential energy (PE) to kinetic energy (KE). PE is energy of position, for example, a bowling ball held over your head has the potential of breaking your foot if it were to fall. KE is energy of motion, for example, the energy the bowling ball has as it is falling toward your foot. The amount of PE the bowling ball had when it was motionless at some height above your head is approximately equal to the amount of KE the bowling ball has just before it lands on your foot.

What energy can Kinetic energy be converted to?

Kinetic energy can be converted into almost any other form ofenergy (if you can find the technology to do so) for eg. intoelectric energy if it is a rotating shaft by connecting agenerator, into heat if that same rotating shaft were connected toa piston and pressurizing a gas, or if the moving (kinetic energy)mass caused friction between it and another mass and so on...

What Device converts energy motion in to electrical energy?

A turbine. Turbines use the force of air, water, or an engine to turn them. When the water/air/engine pushes against the turbine blades, they turn the "rotor" which spins inside a magnetic field produced by the stator. A car's alternator is a type of turbine generator that is driven by an engine. Other types are found in hydro-electrical dams and in windmills, where they generate power for cities.

Which Device converts electrical energy from mechanical energy?

Modern electrical generators make use of Faraday's law to convert mechanical energy in the form of motion into electrical energy. Mechanical energy is used to turn large magnetic coiled in electrical wire, and as the magnets and thus magnetic field moves, an electrical current is induced in the wire producing electricity. The actual mechanical energy can be produced in a variety of ways, often by combustion of a fuel, utilizing flowing water, or heating water into steam that will push against a turbine. The reverse process of going from electrical energy to mechanical energy in an electric motor utilizes a similar process. The application of a current to a coiled wire will produce a magnetic field that will oppose the field of a nearby permanent magnet, resulting in a torque on the coil producing rotational mechanical energy. This rotational energy can later be converted into nearly any other form of mechanical energy by some other intermediary deice.

What device converts electrical energy to light energy?

An incandescent light bulb does that, as does a radiant heating element. A light-emitting diode (LED) also generates light from electricity from the excitation of a semiconductor junction. A fluorescent bulb can be used to create light from electricity by stimulating the chemical to fluoresce. Gaseous bulbs can generate light from electricity, such as a neon/argon/halogen bulb with a high-voltage applied to the gas inside.

How convert kinetic energy into electrical energy at home?

There are flashlights where you push with your hand, and a dynamo produces an electrical current. In general, a dynamo can do what you ask for. But usually the proposition is not very practical. Where would you get the kinetic energy from?

What machine use to convert kinetic energy to electrical energy?

-- steam turbine -- hydroelectric turbine -- wind turbine -- hand-crank generator I think even the nuclear power plants do that ... they use the heat from the reactor core to boil water, then run it through a steam turbine to generate the electric power.

What device converts mechanical energy into electricity?

A generator converts mechanical energy into electrical energy. Older cars had generators that produced DC electricity. On newer cars (since the 50's or 60's) they have a generator but to emphasize the fact that it is a different type which produces AC current instead of DC they are now called alternators, but scientifically speaking they are just a different type of generator. All large power plants that produce power of homes and businesses call theirs generators, but they make AC current.

How do you convert kinetic energy into electrical energy by a student?

In order for Kinetic energy to be converted into electrical energy, the kinetic energy usually drives the rotation or oscillation of a magnet in close proximity to coiled wire. A bar magnet can be moved up and down through the centre of a looped coil of wires. As the wire comes into contact with the magnetic field of the magnet, a current is induced in the wire. (see Left hand rule) Likewise, a collection of magnets attached to a large prop shaft when rotated will induce a current in a large array of coiled wires which surround but do not touch the circled array of magnets. Kinetic energy is essentially converted into electrical energy in most production of electricity. Oil, Gas, Coal or Nuclear energy are all used to heat water; the steam of which turns turbines and therefore the prop shaft. (Chemical energy-kinetic energy-electrical energy) Answer given by Neetu Singh Lambha.

How do you make a device that converts electrical energy into heat energy?

Simply cause an electric current to flow through a circuit element with resistance. Theoretically, all circuit elements, including wires have resistance, so every electric circuit makes heat. In practical terms, a circuit element can be introduced that has much higher resistance than the wire, called a resistor, so a large majority of the heat is created in this element. For example, in an incandescent light bulb, a toaster, and some electric space heaters, the resistor is a wire made of a different metal and diameter than the other wires in the circuit, so heat is made in this wire and not (significantly) in the power chord that goes to the wall and other the other wires and the switch that connect the chord to the heating element.

How a motor converts kinetic energy to electrical energy?

They don't. An electric motor is designed to convert electrical energy to kinetic energy, not the other way round. A device that converts kinetic energy to electrical energy is called a generator or a dynamo. Sometimes the same device can do both things (convert in both directions), but since the device is especially optimized for one function, it may not be very good at the other one.

How do convert kinetic energy into electrical energy?

This is done with a so-called "generator". It uses the interactions between electricity and magnetism to convert the movement to an electrical current. That is, if a conductor moves through a magnetic field, a voltage is induced.