hydrokinetic


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hydrokinetic

 [hi″dro-kĭ-net´ik]
relating to movement of water or other fluid, as in a whirlpool bath.

hy·dro·ki·net·ic

(hī'drō-ki-net'ik),
Pertaining to the motion of fluids and the forces giving rise to such motion.

hydrokinetic

/hy·dro·ki·net·ic/ (hi″dro-kĭ-net´ik) relating to movement of water or other fluid, as in a whirlpool bath.

hy·dro·ki·net·ic

(hī'drō-ki-net'ik)
Pertaining to the motion of fluids and the forces giving rise to such motion.

hydrokinetic

relating to movement of water or other fluid, as in a whirlpool bath.
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Other ASME articles on hydrokinetics also may be found on the ASME Energy Forum page, as can links to registration for upcoming events.
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