25 thoughts on “mini hydroelectric generator project

  1. Yeah I was talking about the other half :P – With access to that machinery a very nice turbine could have been made.

  2. Also, there is a lot of space in the turbine cabine. You should have increased the presure and used more resistant materials for the turbine, so that you gain a lot of more rotative power.

  3. OK OK, I am not saying anything about those spoons ;-) Only magnets and coil serup is , ehm, a little bit childish…not a high school kids… But OK, for explanation of principles it is OK…

  4. Hey boss, they used plastic spoon for turbines..

    what do you expect from a high school science projects?

    But to me it was a real good teaching materials… at least those kids knows how electricity are generated from magnets… he he he he he

  5. dude, leave that billy korg guy alone, man. he will die because of his own tounge one day.

  6. DON’T MIND THOSE SCUMBAG WATCHERS. YOU DID A GREAT JOB. BUT YOU CAN BOOST THE END CURRENT BY INTRODUCING SOME SORT OF STEP UP SYSTEM, LIKE CAPACITORS… U KNOW!! YOU CAN DO BETTER.

  7. There are Arab Muslims and Non-Arab Muslims, The later are found every where like Nigeria, India and Malaysia. The girl in this Video is A Muslim.

  8. You have got access to a good machinery and then You made this crappy generator? Try to connect it to some real generator and it will give You more power… At least – the distance between magnets and coils should be as low as possible, and use mabe neodymium magnets.

  9. 60% actually, but that doesn’t mean the people in this video are. Even if they are, so what? Are you agreeing with Billy Korg’s bigoted statement that all Muslims are suicide bombing terrorists? 1% of the USA is Muslim as well, so are people in the US who make generator projects also suicide bombers? Dr. Oz is Egyptian which is 95% Muslim, does that make him a terrorist too?

  10. They’re not muslims, dumbass. They’re Malaysian. Malaysia isn’t even anywhere near the middle east, it’s on an island in Asia between Australia and China, near the Philippines and Singapore. They’re most likely Hindu or Buddhist. Go back to school and learn geography.

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