Water energy is the energy required to transport water, and as water moves through the earth’s crust it undergoes various vibrations. The total number of possible ways in which water can be transported is limited by the number of available physical conditions in the earth’s crust.
In contrast to solid water, which is relatively hard to move, the water in the Earth’s mantle is not solid and has the ability to vibrate in a certain way before it reaches the surface.
The vibrations, measured in degrees Centigrade (C), are known as the phase diagram of water.
Water as an energy source
Water exists in two distinct groups. H2O is the solid form of freshwater water, but the H2O in your bathtub or garden is not freshwater. H3O is the semi-solid form that makes up about 65% of the liquid water in the oceans and lakes.
Hydrogen is the second energy source which occurs in nature; we find it as part of rocks and minerals, and is produced by the process of hydrogenation of certain water-bearing minerals. H2O (and other water-bearing elements) are then transported by friction (friction means that the energy stored by friction is transferred to another form that is easier to move – i.e. water).
There are three ways in which water can be transported by friction –
1 : Water in a closed or semi-closed container (bottle)
2 : Water under pressure in a cylinder (cylinder head)
3 : A liquid or solid (bottle-stem)
There are two specific types of water which have the possibility of being transported by friction – “friction water” and “fragility water”. “Friction water” usually contains H2O, and is not a true fluid. Fragility water is often considered a form of water due to its capacity to vibrate, and is not water – it is actually an amorphous liquid with properties of both a solid and a liquid. Fragility water is carried by air, and the friction of air upon it causes it to expand – but as the air in your house is heated and cooled, there is a trade-off as to the speed at which air can move in the form of water. Air is not as dense as water at the surface of the earth and this change in density helps to cause water to travel faster through it.
The water in a cylinder (cyl