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9 types of power plants and energy sources in a fun online physics game.

"Power Plant Types" is a free online knowledge level game to sort the energy source on the correct power plant type. Minute to win it game. Physics learning game, suitable for online classes and interactive lessons. Fun physics educational game to explore and study how electricity is produced. Part of the Interactive Physics Workshop educational tools. Online physics game. Power plant types puzzle. Free online game for physics homework.

This physics class game include the following power plant types:
  • Thermal power plant source - Coal
  • Hydroelectric power plant source - Water
  • Nuclear power plant source - Uranium
  • Solar power plant source - Sun
  • Geothermal power plant source - Earth core
  • Biomass power plant source - Biomass briquettes
  • Waste-to-energy plant source - Garbage
  • Wind turbines plant source - Air movement
  • Marine energy plant source - Tides
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How to play Power Plant Types Puzzle.

There are 9 sources of energy at the top of the screen. Drag and drop them in the correct power plant type, that uses the selected energy source at the center of the screen. Roll over the power plant picture to get informaton about its type. Sort all 9 energy sources correctly to win the game.

Knowledge Achievements:
Know at least 5 types of power plants and get +1 Knowledge Level.
Difficulty: Easy.

Power Plant Types Game

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Class subject: Power plant types.

A power station, also referred to as a power plant or powerhouse and sometimes generating station or generating plant, is an industrial facility for the generation of electric power. Most power stations contain one or more generators, a rotating machine that converts mechanical power into electrical power. In thermal power stations, mechanical power is produced by a heat engine that transforms thermal energy, often from combustion of a fuel, into rotational energy. Most thermal power stations produce steam, so they are sometimes called steam power stations. In a hydroelectric power station water flows through turbines using hydropower to generate hydroelectricity. Power is captured from the gravitational force of water falling through penstocks to water turbines connected to generators. Solar energy can be turned into electricity either directly in solar cells, or in a concentrating solar power plant by focusing the light to run a heat engine. A solar photovoltaic power plant converts sunlight into direct current electricity using the photoelectric effect. Solar thermal power plants are another type of solar power plant. They use either parabolic troughs or heliostats to direct sunlight onto a pipe containing a heat transfer fluid, such as oil. Wind turbines can be used to generate electricity in areas with strong, steady winds, sometimes offshore. Many different designs have been used in the past, but almost all modern turbines being produced today use a three-bladed, upwind design. Marine energy or marine power refers to the energy carried by ocean waves, tides, salinity, and ocean temperature differences. The movement of water in the worlds oceans creates a vast store of kinetic energy, or energy in motion. This energy can be harnessed to generate electricity to power homes, transport and industries. Biomass energy can be produced from combustion of waste green material to heat water into steam and drive a steam turbine. Bioenergy can also be processed through a range of temperatures and pressures in gasification, pyrolysis or torrefaction reactions.

This interactive lesson may answer the following questions:
  • What is the energy source that Hydroelectric power plants use ?
  • What is the energy source that Geothermal power plants use ?
  • What is the energy source that Solar power plants use ?
  • Which are the main power plant types and energy resources?
  • What us the difference between the types of power plants?
Coal png
Water fall png
Uranium png
Sun png
Earth core png
Biomass briquettes png
Garbage png
Wind png

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