Definition of Hydraulic system
1. Noun. A mechanism operated by the resistance offered or the pressure transmitted when a liquid is forced through a small opening or tube.
Generic synonyms: Mechanism
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Literary usage of Hydraulic system
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1. Essay on the Theory of the Earth by Georges Cuvier, Robert Jameson, Samuel Latham Mitchill (1818)
"SUPPLEMENT: Being an Extract from the Researches of J\I. de Prony, on the Hydraulic System of Italy: Containing an Account of the Displacement of that Part ..."
2. The Electrical Engineer (1893)
"The losses of energy due to distribution in an hydraulic system, apart from those due to the pumping or motor machines, are so small in most cases that they ..."
3. Transactions of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers by American Institute of Electrical Engineers (1909)
"If we imagine that water is to be used in the hydraulic analogy, the weight or inertia of this water introduces into the hydraulic system the equivalent of ..."
4. Cassier's Magazine edited by [Anonymus AC02877163] (1898)
"But there is no reason which we can discover why a hydraulic system of power distribution for all purposes requiring power should not be more economical ..."