How has the traditional use of energy of flowing water been modified for our convenience?
Before the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, water energy served many purposes, but the methods of using it were not efficient. For example, the flow of water was used for transporting wooden logs and grinding wheat to make flour. Nowadays, water energy is harnessed to produce electricity, which is a better and more efficient use of this form of energy.
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