Definition of Waterwheel. Meaning of Waterwheel. Synonyms of Waterwheel

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- heads, or elevations, that exceed the capability of practical-sized waterwheels. The main difficulty of water wheels is their dependence on flowing water...
- Waterwheel Falls is a waterfall in the Sierra Nevada of California, located in Yosemite National Park. It is the largest of the many waterfalls of the...
- converting falling or flowing water into useful power. Water wheel or Waterwheel may also refer to: Paddle steamer, or paddle wheel ship, a ship driven...
- was used as a symbol of electric power, perhaps because it resembled a waterwheel or turbine. On maps of the period, the sites of hydroelectric power stations...
- Aldrovanda vesiculosa, commonly known as the waterwheel plant, is the sole extant species in the flowering plant genus Aldrovanda of the family Droseraceae...
- horizontal), one powered by a vertical waterwheel through a gear mechanism, and the other equipped with a horizontal waterwheel without such a mechanism. The former...
- Center-pivot irrigation (sometimes called central pivot irrigation), also called water-wheel and circle irrigation, is a method of crop irrigation in which...
- Waterwheel is an "interactive and collaborative platform", capable of being used as a medium for sharing media and ideas, performances and presentations...
- Su Song (1020 – 1101 AD) and Shen Kuo (1031–1095). Du Shi emplo**** a waterwheel to power the bellows of a blast furnace producing cast iron. Zhang Heng...
- watermill with an elevated aqueduct and waterwheel as the main feature. The aqueduct begins at the waterwheel and flows behind it. The walls of the aqueduct...
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