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The wind power generator is made up of a nose, a swivel, a tail and a blade. Each part is very important for the operation of the generator, each part has its own function: the blade used to accept the wind and translate the wind to the electricity through the nose; tail makes the blades always face the right direction of the wind to accept the largest wind power; the rotor can make the nose rotate flexibly to achieve the tail rotor to adjust the direction that the nose faces to the wind; and the stator in the nose is a permanent magnet, so the stator is driven to rotate by the blades and it will cut the magnetic induction line during the rotation, in this case, stator generates electricity.