Definition of hydromagnetics in English:


Syllabification: hy·dro·mag·net·ics
Pronunciation: /ˌhīdrōmagˈnetiks


  • another term for magnetohydrodynamics.
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    • In a cold plasma, hydromagnetics breaks down once the wave frequency become comparable to this frequency.
    • The motion of a dispersed medium under space conditions can obviously not be treated without hydromagnetics and plasma physics as a basis.



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  • In another set of models, called hydromagnetic models, a velocity field, is derived by appropriately coupling the dynamo equations.
  • We have already noted two instances above where it breaks down and the strict hydromagnetic limit is not valid.
  • This work carries out the modelling and simulation for the behavior of hydromagnetic condensate flow along a wavy disk.

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