hydraulic

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hydraulic

1. operated by pressure transmitted through a pipe by a liquid, such as water or oil
2. of, concerned with, or employing liquids in motion

hydraulic

[hī′drȯ·lik]
(engineering)
Operated or effected by the action of water or other fluid of low viscosity.
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The hydraulicity of the lime produced from raw Kankar lime was determined by kiln temperature, length of time in kiln and chemical composition of Kankar limestone (Kazmi, 2004).
62-65 AC), reported empirically that pozzolan provides hydraulicity to lime mortar in wet conditions or underwater, and Pliny (c.
On the other hand, electricity production and exports have been drastically reduced, due to unfavorable hydraulicity conditions in the last four years.