The definition of electrohydraulic is a process that uses electric energy under the surface of a liquid.
An example of electrohydraulic is hybrid power steering systems in some cars.
Of, relating to, or involving a combination of electric and hydraulic mechanisms.
Designating or of a process for converting electrical energy to high-pressure, mechanical shock waves by the discharge of a high-voltage arc under the surface of a liquid medium: used in metal shaping, breaking up rock, etc.
Relating to electrohydraulics.
Origin of electrohydraulic
- electro- + hydraulic