MemberMay 20, 2022 at 7:53 AM
The given map illustrates the generation of electricity with the help of wave movement.
Overall, the electricity is generated by the wave moving towards and away from the turbine. These waves cause the air to flow in and out of the column and make the turbine to rotate continuously in same direction. Finally, the rotational force of the turbine generates electricity.
Firstly, the wave moves inside the slope chamber which makes the wave to push the air trough column in upwards direction. The motion of air rotates the turbine inside the column in clockwise direction. Due to the continuous rotation, the coil inside the turbine contacts the generator right next to it and produces electricity.
Secondly, the wave moves away from the chamber and causes the air to move reverse direction inside the column. Due to both existing clockwise rotation of turbine and downward movement of air flow causes the turbine to rotate in same direction.