Which describes how a turbine works to produce…

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  1. Mcepro

    Mcepro New Member

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    Which describes how a turbine works to produce energy for electricity? A. The spinning turbine produces heat energy that drives the generator to make electricity.b. energy from sources such as geothermal or from solar is used to spin the blades of the turbine. The turbine then powers a generator, which produces electricity.c. the turbine collects solar energy that it feeds to the generator to make electricity.d. the turbine drives heat energy from geothermal sources underground to the generator to make electricity.
     
  2. Tgzander

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    "B. Energy from sources such as geothermal or fromsolar is used to spin the blades of the turbine. The turbine then powersa generator, which produces electricity" is the best answer but one of the most common energy inputs is wind, not solar.
     

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