The diagrams show a structure used to generate electricity from wave power. Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, and make comparisons where relevant.
The given process chart elucidates the structure and production of electricity from wave water.
After analysing diagram A, it can be seen clearly that in the first step, the structure is placed near a sea so that the wave water gets inside the chamber and creates the pressure of air which rotate to the turbine. After that, the turbine is fixed between two columns that produce electricity, and the bulb is on by it.
Further, diagram B collets that the structure of it remained the same as the first process, and the shape and place of the column are also the same. However, the air is rotating to the turbine from the bottom downward in water, but the direction is unchanged in the second diagram of the turbine. Last but not least, the wave water is outside from chamber, and the flow of water is pumped out at the end of the process.
Overall, it is crystal clear that several steps are involved in this process. All the steps are interlinked with each other. The omission of any action may halt the whole diagram.
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