Definition of hydrodynamic in English:

hydrodynamic

adjective

  • See hydrodynamics

    • ‘Meanwhile, hydrodynamic lubrication in plain bearings and piston rings can be analysed in seconds.’
    • ‘Earlier books described it as a hydrodynamic system or a steam engine.’
    • ‘Previous work consistently showed that the applied hydrodynamic stress should reach a critical value for the cells to detach.’
    • ‘You need to refine your stroke length and pace to maximize your hydrodynamic efficiency.’
    • ‘Damping and correcting forces may be hydrostatic or hydrodynamic.’

Pronunciation

hydrodynamic

/ˌhʌɪdrə(ʊ)dʌɪˈnamɪk/