Coal-fired power station
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Coal-fired power station is power station which produces electricity by burning coal. The station's operation principle is very simple: the burning of coal heats water in a closed system. The water evaporates and turns into steam. The steam enters the turbine and turns the magnets that create an electrical power.

 

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chemical potential energy -> thermal kinetic energy ->
mechanical kinetic energy ->electrical energy

chemical potential energy -> electrical energy ->
mechanical kinetic energy ->thermal kinetic energy
thermal kinetic energy-> mechanical kinetic energy->
electrical energy -> chemical potential energy
electrical energy-> mechanical kinetic energy ->
thermal kinetic energy ->chemical potential energy

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