How a hydroelectric dam works?
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A hydroelectric dam works by using the force of gravity to generate electricity. Water is stored behind a dam and released through turbines, which spin an electric generator. As the water passes through the turbine, it turns the generator and produces an electric current. This electricity is then sent to power lines and distributed to users.