Hydrodynamics is defined as the study of the flow of liquids.
In an industrial or engineering context, hydrodynamics refers to the study of fluid flow and the behavior of fluids in motion. This can include liquids, gases, and complex mixtures of both, and the study of how they interact with objects and surfaces.
Examples of the use of hydrodynamics in an industrial context include:
- The design of hydrodynamic systems such as pumps, turbines, and valves in the energy and power industries.
- The study of fluid flow in pipelines and tanks in the petroleum, chemical, and food industries.
- The design of hydrodynamic systems for water treatment, sewage treatment, and waste management.
- The study of the hydrodynamic behavior of ships and submarines in the maritime industry.
- The development of hydrodynamic models for simulating and optimizing fluid flow in various industrial processes.