hydromechanics

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hydromechanics

[¦hī·drō·mi′kan·iks]
(fluid mechanics)
The study of liquids, traditionally water, as a medium for the transmission of forces.
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Equivalent dynamic model of the hydromechanical transmission system is shown in Figure 4.
The use of hydromechanical constant-speed drives is a promising line of development of wind energy.
We analyze the paths of adjustments of the knowledge and production boundaries of the three firms under examination, as well as the changes in their relationships with their suppliers, with respect to the hydromechanical and digital electronics trajectories.
Under thermal ablation technologies, radiofrequency, microwave, ultrasound, hydrothermal, radiation, electrical and light/laser technologies are included, whereas non-thermal ablation technologies include cryoablation and hydromechanical.
They close the base mechanism and create the 2-stream hydromechanical transmission.
It provides comprehensive support solutions and also supplies and integrates hydromechanical units, electrical harnesses, and sensors.
A May open house in Germany saw the global introduction of the GX series of hydromechanical, two-platen presses from KraussMaffei Technologies GmbH (U.
The power part of the CSD is represented by the hydromechanical two-loop transmission.
Topics include the diverse sound-generating mechanisms in fishes, evolutionary trends in swim bladder sound mechanisms, propagation of fish sounds, agonistic behavior and acoustic communication, reproductive behavior and acoustic interactions, detection, hydromechanical communication, olfactory systems, and public chemical information in anti-predator behavior.
The renewed interest in hydromechanical transmissions is a classic example of the truth of that expression.
Two of the largest injection molding machines built by HPM, Mount Gilead, OH, including 5,000-ton, two-platen, hydromechanical Next Wave series machines, were purchased by General Motor's Saturn Division to mold interior parts and body panels for the division's mid-size LS sedan at its facility in Spring Hill, TN.
ACE Services will provide maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) services of hydromechanical equipment for aircraft such as the Boeing 747-400 and 777 and the Airbus A320, A330, and A340.