- the branch of fluid dynamics that deals with liquids, including hydrostatics and hydrokinetics.
Origin of hydrodynamics
Also called hydromechanics.
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The proof given is that now usually repeated in text-books of hydrodynamics.
Thomson devoted great attention from time to time to the science of hydrodynamics.
This subject is often explained in connection with hydrodynamics.
But it is precisely the motion of these particles that the student of hydrodynamics desires to be able to trace.A Study of Splashes
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Equations with several dependent variables occur in Elasticity, Electrodynamics, and Hydrodynamics.The New Gresham Encyclopedia
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