hydrodynamic hydrodynamic


  • (adj) of or relating to hydrodynamics


  • The broad hollow ends are directed backward and provide sufficient hydrodynamic resistance to keep the skis from sliding backward between steps.


  • Stevens Institute of Technology Leads Amazon River System Research Program in Brazil

    A group of 65 multinational and multidisciplinary graduate students in ocean engineering, oceanography, ocean modeling, geology, hydrodynamics and related fields – including two from Stevens – advanced scientific knowledge of the environmental conditions of coastal regions during a two-week intensive research and field work program on the coast of Brazil. (PRWeb August 27, 2013) Read the full ...
    on August 27, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  1. "Until such as time as we have had real time, hydrodynamic modelling ...... then no approval for this mill can be given," Mr Garrett said.
    on Jan 29, 2009 By: Peter Garrett Source: The Australian

  2. "The challenge was getting stable, high-quality imagery at high speeds, not mediocre footage," Perrin said on the Oceans website. "It took two years of hydrodynamic calculations and trial and error to create."
    on Apr 22, 2010 By: Jacques Perrin Source: Wired News

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