Modern turbine generators used to convert fuel into electric power in power plants in the United States.
United States USA Date:1946 Duration:1 min 35 sec Sound:Yes
Atomic furnace can be source of heat to drive turbine generator in a power plant in the United States. Conversion of fuel into electric power is explained by animation. Burning of fuel to transform water to steam. The steam is directed towards a turbine which converts heat energy into mechanical energy. This mechanical energy is converted into electric energy by a turbine generator. Exteriors of a power plant showing electric transmission towers and lines. Pedestrians and traffic along a city street. A machinist and a welder at work. An electric powered train. Telephone operators at a switchboard. Windows of building lit up at night. Evening scene at Times Square, Manhattan. A private home with window illuminated at night. A turbine generator in a power plant.
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