Electricity lights up our homes and offices, and powers appliances like TVs, air-conditioners, and computers. But do you know how electricity is produced and how it reaches your home? Or how it remains stored inside batteries? Containing descriptive illustrations, interesting trivia, and easy-to-do experiments, this book helps readers grasp the science behind this everyday phenomenon easily.Since electricity is produced by burning fossil fuels in power plants, every time we use an electrical appliance we pollute the environment a little. So, by ... Using ceiling Power consumption by household appliances Appliance Power consumed (in watts) a#39; Coffee maker 800 Toaster ... 500 (automatic) 300 (manual) 200-700 Washing machine Vacuum cleaner 1000 Air conditioner 1000 10a50 a#39; Ceiling fananbsp;...
|Title||:||Green Science Genius|
|Publisher||:||The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) - 2011-01-01|