Introduction: Hydro Power at Home

An easy demonstration of a small turbine with a paddled wheel and a DC motor as a dynamo in order to generate electricity with falling water power or with tap water pressure power.

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IvyC13 (author)2017-09-07

Hi!

I am a junior planning on making this for STEM Festival. Is there a way to make a battery charger with something like this?

Cheers,

Ace

andrefierens (author)2017-08-18

Cool !

I live close to a river, with high tide and low tide !

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turbiny (author)2015-01-28

I'm thinking about using this with the power of rain
Not much power but will charge some batteries

ShaneR3 (author)2014-10-30

what are all of the items used and where can find them?

iminthebathroom (author)2013-08-06

Nice demo, a co-worker built a paddle wheel for a small creek in his backyard. It was driving a serpentine belt turning 28 car alternators, every month he gets a small check back from the local power company as it produces excess electricity year round.

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