Dynamo

In engineering, dynamo is a device or engine for turning rotative motion, powered generally via steam engines, into electricity; an electric generator. [1]

Overview
In 1876, the Centennial Exposition, in Philadelphia, was the world’s first fair at which the practicability of generating electricity by steam was demonstrated. [1]

See also
Dynamode

References
1. Kirby, Richard. (1956). Engineering in History (co-authors: Sidney Withington, Arthur Darling, Frederick Kilgour) (pg. 182). Courier, 1990.

External links
Dynamo – Wikipedia.

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