magnetofluidodynamic

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magneto- +‎ fluidodynamic

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magnetofluidodynamic (not comparable)

  1. (physics) Relating to magnetofluidodynamics
    • 2015, Gaetano Fiore, Sergio De Nicola, “A simple model of the slingshot effect”, in arXiv[1]:
      Our predictions are based on estimating 3D corrections to a simple, yet powerful plane magnetofluidodynamic model where the equations to be solved are reduced to a system of Hamilton equations in one dimension (or a collection of) which become autonomous after the pulse has overcome the electrons.