mag·​ne·​to·​hy·​dro·​dy·​nam·​ic | \ mag-ˌnē-tō-ˌhī-drə-dī-ˈna-mik , -ˈne-, -də-ˈ\

Definition of magnetohydrodynamic

: of, relating to, or being phenomena arising from the motion of electrically conducting fluids (such as plasmas) in the presence of electric and magnetic fields

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magnetohydrodynamics \ -​miks \ noun, plural in form but singular or plural in construction

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The award will fund research that examines how computationally intensive engineering and physics problems can be solved more quickly using new types of analog computers for electromagnetic, magnetohydrodynamic and fluid mechanic applications. Megan Becka,, "Ocius Technologies, the University of Akron receive $1.5M research grant," 11 June 2017

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1942, in the meaning defined above

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