Like the Example of the “Water Supply”, Electricity flows to the house, being supplied through conduits to the service panel and then onto smaller conduit wiring for individual outlets and appliances. This “Feed” of elec. current is under pressure (or a FORCE). Is it true or false?
The water analogy is sometimes used to help people when they are first learning electricity.
Water flow (volume of water per time period) is analogous to current.
Water pressure is analogous to voltage.
You have the idea but with water there is pressure and flow. The same is true with electricity but there is voltage and amperage. If you limit the flow of water by using tiny pipes this is like limiting the amperage by using small wire. The pressure side is similar to voltage, 100 psi could be similar to 100v increase the pressure 100x and the pressure could kill or cut depending on the flow.
With electricity the same is true voltage wise real life example static electricity 25000v and it stings but no physical damage because the current is tiny micro amps or possibly nano amps. increase to just 1/2 amp and and for the most part you would be dead, in the service I got hit with 80kv on a laser boost circuit it cut my forearm luckily my hand was grounded but the 3-5 ma current was enough to cauterize the skin& muscle so I have a wide scar if there would have been more current I probably would not be here.
With voltage being higher our skin resistance is broken down with high pressure it will cut or penetrate the skin with both as the amperage or flow increases more damage is done. With both low voltage 12v or 12psi you could have massive flow 1000 amps or 1000 gallons per minute and no harm is done to the body. touch both terminals of a car battery it has no affect to you. Or a large water pipe flooding a field no harm to you.
These would be equivalents of voltage and amperage to water pressure and flow.