Hydraulics definitions

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The scientific study of water and other liquids, in particular their behavior under the influence of mechanical forces and their related uses in engineering.
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The physical science and technology of the static and dynamic behavior of fluids.
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A mechanical device or system using hydraulic components.
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The branch of physics having to do with the mechanical properties of water and other liquids in motion and with the application of these properties in engineering.
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The engineering science that deals with practical applications where liquid is in motion and transmits energy.
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The hydraulic system of a vehicle or other machine.
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Origin of hydraulics

From hydraulic +‎ -ics.