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When we switch off a fan, it comes to rest-why???

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Question asked by: vinayreem1

Asked on: 07 Jun 2010

When electricity is cut off, the fan blades do not have the energy to overcome the force of friction effected by the air molecules around them. So it comes to rest
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Replied at: 13 Jun 2010
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