electrohydraulic


elec·tro·hy·drau·lic

adjective \i-ˌlek-trō-hī-ˈdr-lik, -ˈdrä-\

Definition of ELECTROHYDRAULIC

1
:  of or relating to a combination of electric and hydraulic mechanisms
2
:  involving or produced by the action of very brief but powerful pulse discharges of electricity under a liquid resulting in the generation of shock waves and highly reactive chemical species <an electrohydraulic effect>

First Known Use of ELECTROHYDRAULIC

1922

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