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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Classical hydromechanics (CHM), statistical hydromechanics (SHM), and turbulence mechanics (TM) are examples of this kind of particular theories.
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A proposal similar to SUBTRANS was made by the British Hydromechanics Research Association (BHRA) in the early 1970s for a British national tube transportation system for general commodity freight.
This work, written by an experienced author with a strong background in the application of the field, provides a comprehensive and detailed account of the theory behind hydromechanics.
FMV has a continuous need of technical support in the mission area Hydromechanics.
Award named after Don Miller, former research director of British Hydromechanics Research (U.
Jerzy GALAJ is a head of Hydromechanics and Fire Water Supply Institute of Fire Technique Department at the Main School of Fire Service, Slowackiego Str.