The TM generally contain (many) depictions of mills, wind, water, and dry (i.e., human or animal powered). My intention is not to explore the significance of mills. But two recent works have:
Lucas, A. (2006). Wind, water, work: ancient and medieval milling technology. Technology and change in history, v. 8. Leiden: Brill.
Walton, S. A. (2006). Wind & water in the Middle Ages: fluid technologies from antiquity to the Renaissance. Penn State Medieval studies, no. 2. Tempe, Ariz: ACMRS.