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ACADEMIC ENGLISH COURSE “Electricity Production”
1)Which way do we need wind ?
Answer is,wind energy
2-What is photovoltaic, Explain it in a one sentence?
Answer is, having DC side isolation to AC from sun energy.
3-How many way do we use for pruducing electric and what are they?
Answer is we use 6 way to have it. Water, wind, tidal, geothermal energy fumes and gases,photovoltaic, nuclear.
Unknown words Reservoir: Rezervuar Yaw:rotadan çıkmak Pitch:perde Gear box:dişli kutusu Brake:fren Blades:bıçak Nacelle:motor yeri Shaft:şaft Tower:kule Roller:silindir Dam:Baraj Turbine:Türbin Steam:Buhar Sperator:Speratör Condenser:Kondansatör Grid:Izgara
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