Definition of hydrodynamicist in US English:

hydrodynamicist

noun

  • See hydrodynamics

    • ‘The Hydrogen and metallic emission lines provide invaluable information to allow hydrodynamicists to model this flow.’
    • ‘His own advisor does not seem to have been of direct help, nor was there an expert hydrodynamicist at Yale.’
    • ‘This takes teams of all disciplines (marine geologists, marine chemists, hydrodynamicists, marine biologists and a bunch of very skilled technicians).’
    • ‘To the aerodynamicist and hydrodynamicist they are all the same.’
    • ‘As a hydrodynamicist he was among the first to develop a numerical code for ocean wave diffraction around large objects in the sea.’

Pronunciation

hydrodynamicist

/-ˈnamisist/