First I looked a little deeper into my book Theatrum machinarum molarium from Johann Matthias Beyer. So that I get a broader spectrum of topics/words to make a wider search. In doiing so, i noticed many more terms like mill construction/architecture, mill order, ship mills, wheel plant/works, mill scaffold/framwork, wind/water/paper mill (typ of mills), machine, mill buildings, … and many more.
With the new and old terms I made search in alice and xenotheka. A selesction existed, which was also not small. However, often it was not topics that were about mill construction as a subject but books that had mill, miller, etc. briefly in the narrative.
The search in general proved not to be easy, the term mill occured as already mentioned oftenn but not in relation to the topic what I was looking for.
However; I subsequently found a few books that dealt with the topic of mill construction/architecture/buliding.
One of them was Frampton, Modern Architecture A Critical History, which tells about mill buildings, pointing out their characteristics and perculiarities.
The similar approach to the searched topic can be found in the book by Giedion, Space Time and Architecture.
To examine more the symbolic substance of the subject you will find more in the book by Hays, The Writing of the Walls.
In other books like Vidler, The Writing of the Walls or/and Betsky, Architecture Matter you will find contents which tell and have studied relate to mills architecture, construction and buildings about their use, construction and technical context tell and have. Also you will find content in consideration of sociology aspects and mill in the city (location of the milll and their reasons advantages).
So you can find (even after a long search) many different books with different topics which contain little to much about the topic of mills.
What I have to say, i have not found any book that covers the topic of mill in the same detail degree or detail in general and technical point of view.