The generator is a mechanical device that converts other forms of energy into electrical energy. It is driven by a water turbine, a steam turbine, a diesel engine, or other power machinery to convert energy generated by water flow, gas flow, fuel combustion, or nuclear fission into mechanical energy that is transmitted to the generator. It is then converted to electrical energy by a generator.
Generators have a wide range of uses in industrial and agricultural production, national defense, technology and daily life. There are many forms of generators, but their working principles are based on the laws of electromagnetic induction and the law of electromagnetic force. Therefore, the general principle of its construction is to form magnetic circuits and circuits that are electromagnetically induced with each other with appropriate magnetic conductive and conductive materials to generate electromagnetic power for energy conversion purposes.