alternating fluid hydraulics


alternating fluid hydraulics
гидравлика пульсирующего потока

marine hydraulics — судовая гидравлика

open-channel hydraulics — гидравлика открытых русел

hydraulics manifold — клапанная коробка системы гидравлики

channel hydraulics — русловая гидравлика, гидравлика руслового потока


English-Russian big polytechnic dictionary. 2014.

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