ELECTRICITY Generators and motors

A motor works by electrons pulling a magnet around a spinning axis! The magnet is attached to a rod which is attached to the spinning axis. This works by electrons acting as tiny magnets while running very quickly through the wire pulling the magnet in circles. Generators work the opposite direction pulling electrons through the wire with a magnet.

The difference between parallel and series is things in parallel have a direct path to the battery, sharing the electricity equally. Items in series circuits act as conductors for each other not equally spreading the electricity throughout different items.

Outside charger
Inside charger

This is my portable charger. It was created with a cars USB adapter.

A simple robot that you can put together easily!

An example of a small generator you can make at home.

What is our passion? Electricity: generators and motors.

Why are we passionate about it? We like to see our machines move. It's not enough just for it to look cool. We want to be able to laugh at these machines, as well as learn from them.

What have I learned about it? About different circuits and motors and generation of electricity, and more!

How can we help the community? We could Become electrical engineers and invent new types of renewable energy.

What is our next step? Go to college for engineering.

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