noun (used with a singular verb)
Related formsen·er·get·i·cist, nounen·er·ge·tis·tic [en-er-ji-tis-tik] /ˌɛn ər dʒɪˈtɪs tɪk/, adjective
Examples from the Web for energetics
An intermediate position in this respect is taken by the sciences which were indicated above as parts of energetics.
These phenomena are, however, only particular cases of the general law of energetics that transformation requires a stimulus.
It is a case in which the simple doctrine of energetics becomes inadequate before the limit is reached.
We must therefore add a third to the two laws of energetics, Mayer's law of conservation, and Carnot's law of fall of potential.
Its action really reveals one of the vital working principles of energetics.The Energy System of Matter|James Weir