Hydromechanics Hy`dro*me*chan"ics, n. [Hydro-, 1 + mechanics.] That branch of physics which treats of the mechanics of liquids, or of their laws of equilibrium and of motion. [1913 Webster]

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  • Hydromechanics — (Gr. ubpops avuca ) is the science of the mechanics of water and fluids in general, including hydrostatics or the mathematical theory of fluids in equilibrium, and hydrodynamics, the theory of fluids in motion. The practical application of… …   Wikipedia

  • hydromechanics — [hī΄drō mə kan′iks] n. the branch of physics having to with the laws governing the motion and equilibrium of fluids hydromechanical adj …   English World dictionary

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  • hydromechanics — noun plural but singular in construction see hydromechanical …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • hydromechanics — hydromechanical, adj. /huy droh meuh kan iks/, n. (used with a sing. v.) hydrodynamics. [1815 25; HYDRO 1 + MECHANICS] * * * …   Universalium

  • hydromechanics — noun fluid mechanics, especially when dealing with water …   Wiktionary

  • hydromechanics — Synonyms and related words: aeromechanics, animal mechanics, biomechanics, celestial mechanics, electromechanics, fluid mechanics, fluidics, hydraulics, hydrodynamics, hydrography, hydrology, hydrometry, hydrostatics, leverage, mechanical arts,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • hydromechanics — n. science of mechanics of water and liquids …   English contemporary dictionary

  • hydromechanics — plural noun [treated as sing.] the mechanics of liquids; hydrodynamics. Derivatives hydromechanical adjective …   English new terms dictionary

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