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What is Solar Energy and Solar Constant?

The sun is a source of enormous energy . It is a fusion reactor at a distan…

Working and Principle of a Windmill

A windmill is a machine which converts the kinetic energy of the wind, i.e.,…

What is wind energy and its Examples

The motion of air along (i.e. parallel to) the surface of the Earth is call…

Biogas - Its Composition and Advantages

Biogas is a mixture of gases produced by anaerobic degradation of biomass i…

Biomass as fuel and Bioenergy

Biomass is defined as the living matter or its residue and is a renewable s…

What is Hydroenergy and Hydroelectric power plant?

Energy from flowing water is known as Hydro (HYDEL) energy. Solar energy …

What is Sound Energy? Examples of Sound energy

Sound energy is the movement of energy through a substance in wave. Soun…

What is Heat Energy or Thermal Energy & temperature

The energy of a matter or substance due to its temperature is known as heat…

What is Chemical Energy with its examples

The energy stored in the bonds of chemical compounds like atoms and molecul…

What is Definition of Energy? Forms of Energy

Energy is capacity to do work. Energy cannot be created nor destroyed: it…

Conventional and non conventional Sources of energy

Conventional sources of energy Conventional sources are those which are use…

Renewable And Non Renewable Source of Energy

Renewable source of energy are those which are inexhaustible , i.e., which …

Definition of Kinetic energy and its Example

It is the energy of an object or body due to its motion. Any time some ob…

Definition of Mechanical Energy with Examples

It is that type of energy in which energy is possessed by an object due to …

What are the source of energy? Its classifications

We know that hydrogen is a source of energy because it produces heat when bur…

Potential energy - Formula and Units

It is the energy of an object or body due to its position and configuration…

How Electric Energy works?

The energy stored in charge particles within an electric field is known as …

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