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How Does A Mill Work In A Power Station

Then the power for our dam will be: Power = (10 feet) x (500 cubic feet per second) x (0.80) / 11.8 = 339 kilowatts. To get an idea what 339 kilowatts means, let's see how much electric energy we can make in a year. Since electric energy is normally measured in kilowatt-hours, we multiply the power from our dam by the number of hours in a year.

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