Definition of hydrodynamical in English:


Pronunciation /-ˈnamikəl/


See hydrodynamics

‘In 1847-49 he collaborated with Stokes on hydrodynamical studies, which Thomson applied to electrical and atomic theory.’
  • ‘The detailed problem of how galaxies form is also unsolved because of the complex hydrodynamical and radiative processes involved with the motion of gas and the formation of stars.’
  • ‘Her work focuses on the hydrodynamical and orbital motions of a group of astronomical objects.’
  • ‘His work certainly was not confined to the mathematics of weather forecasting for he continued to study the hydrodynamical work started by his father.’
  • ‘In the middle 30's, Johnny was fascinated by the problem of hydrodynamical turbulence.’