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hydromechanical

Definitions

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  • adj. Of or pertaining to hydromechanics

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of or pertaining to the science of liquids in motion, or to mechanical devices in which water is employed.

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Examples

  • An über hydromechanical complex is set to rise in the Everglades when “engineers next month will begin building one of the world's largest manmade reservoirs - the size of a small city - as efforts continue to restore natural water flow to the Everglades,” the Associated Press via Wired News reports.

    Floridian

  • A similar mechanism of hydromechanical fracturing was responsible for the disintegration of much larger fringing ice shelves on the Antarctic Peninsula 9.

    Thompson, Hardy, Hemp and the Snows of Kilimanjaro « Climate Audit

  • Location Requirements: depends on drive-system (possibly hydromechanical) and cooling system (possibly water cooled).

    19.1 Bicycle drive pedal drive

  • The paddle-wheel is technically the simplest and smallest hydromechanical drive-unit; improved wheels are made of iron.

    19.1 Bicycle drive pedal drive

  • This can require expensive hydrological construction measures, without which the utilization of the hydromechanical energy may not be possible at all.

    19.1 Bicycle drive pedal drive

  • The high demand for processing water in the hydromechanic beneficiation of ores in small-scale mining operations frequently justifies establishing a hydromechanical energy supply.

    19.1 Bicycle drive pedal drive

  • In addition to hydromechanical-gravimetric sorting also for wet classification.

    14.1 Jig screen, hand-jigging

  • In combination with a hydromechanical waterwheel drive, they present an ideal classifying method.

    14.1 Jig screen, hand-jigging

  • The ‘aether’ does not consist of atoms, but of an ultimately simple hydromechanical field DEVOID OF COMPLICATIONS.

    The Book of the SubGenius

  • In addition it incorporated a tiny electromagnetic set to produce a deflection field which imparted quasi-hydromechanical qualities to the surrounding medium so that the propagation of lightwaves was directed in streamlines around the field thereby making the man inside invisible.

    Venus in Danger

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