Definition of hydromechanics in English:

hydromechanics

Syllabification: hy·dro·me·chan·ics
Pronunciation: /ˌhīdrōməˈkaniks
 
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noun

[treated as singular]
The mechanics of liquids; hydrodynamics, especially in relation to mechanical applications.
More example sentences
  • Second, over the last thirty years, the engine control system has been characterized by a radical shift in its underlying technologies: from hydromechanics to digital electronics.
  • She then had the opportunity to give advanced courses on hydromechanics and dynamics.
  • He was a brilliant representative of the trend in the development of precise mathematical methods in hydromechanics and aeromechanics.

Derivatives

hydromechanical

Pronunciation: /-ˈkanikəl/
adjective
More example sentences
  • Transmission is hydromechanical with a hydrostatic gearbox for the steering gear and power take-off for the water jets.
  • From here major power projects were supplied with heavy machinery including bulldozers, scrapers, excavators, hydraulic machinery and major hydromechanical components.
  • A series of hydromechanical clamps are positioned along the back of the die manifold in the same locations occupied by the body bolts in a conventional die.

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