What is magnetohydrodynamics?

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Answer:

The study of the interaction of magnetic fields and electrically conducting fluids (as plasma or molten metal).

Explanation:

The word magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) is derived from magneto- meaning magnetic field, hydro- meaning water, and -dynamics meaning movement.

Examples of such fluids include plasmas and liquid metals. The set of equations which describe MHD is a combination of the Navier-Stokes equations of fluid mechanics and Maxwell's equations of electromagnetism.

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  • Azhar A.
    @azhar-a Azhar A. updated the answer.
    11 months ago
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    *The study of the interaction of* ***magnetic*** fields and ***electrically conducting fluids*** *(as plasma or molten metal).* The word **magnetohydrodynamics (MHD)** is derived from *magneto*- meaning *magnetic field*, *hydro*- meaning *water*, and -*dynamics* meaning *movement.* Examples of such fluids include ***plasmas*** and ***liquid metals***. The set of equations which describe MHD is a combination of the **Navier-Stokes equations of fluid mechanics** and **Maxwell's equations of electromagnetism.**
    *The study of the interaction of* ***magnetic fields*** and ***electrically conducting fluids*** *(as plasma or molten metal).* The word **magnetohydrodynamics (MHD)** is derived from *magneto*- meaning *magnetic field*, *hydro*- meaning *water*, and -*dynamics* meaning *movement.* Examples of such fluids include ***plasmas*** and ***liquid metals***. The set of equations which describe MHD is a combination of the **Navier-Stokes equations of fluid mechanics** and **Maxwell's equations of electromagnetism.**
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    Answer:

    The study of the interaction of magnetic fields and electrically conducting fluids (as plasma or molten metal).

    Explanation:

    The word magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) is derived from magneto- meaning magnetic field, hydro- meaning water, and -dynamics meaning movement.

    Examples of such fluids include plasmas and liquid metals. The set of equations which describe MHD is a combination of the Navier-Stokes equations of fluid mechanics and Maxwell's equations of electromagnetism.

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    Answer:

    The study of the interaction of magnetic fields and electrically conducting fluids (as plasma or molten metal).

    Explanation:

    The word magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) is derived from magneto- meaning magnetic field, hydro- meaning water, and -dynamics meaning movement.

    Examples of such fluids include plasmas and liquid metals. The set of equations which describe MHD is a combination of the Navier-Stokes equations of fluid mechanics and Maxwell's equations of electromagnetism.

  • Hunaid L. Hanfee
    @hunaid-h Hunaid L. Hanfee updated the answer.
    11 months ago
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    *The study of the interaction of* ***magnetic*** fields and ***electrically conducting fluids*** *(as plasma or molten metal).* The word **magnetohydrodynamics (MHD)** is derived from *magneto*- meaning *magnetic field*, *hydro*- meaning *water*, and -*dynamics* meaning *movement.* Examples of such fluids include ***plasmas*** and ***liquid metals***. The set of equations which describe MHD is a combination of the Navier-Stokes equations of fluid mechanics and Maxwell's equations of electromagnetism.
    *The study of the interaction of* ***magnetic*** fields and ***electrically conducting fluids*** *(as plasma or molten metal).* The word **magnetohydrodynamics (MHD)** is derived from *magneto*- meaning *magnetic field*, *hydro*- meaning *water*, and -*dynamics* meaning *movement.* Examples of such fluids include ***plasmas*** and ***liquid metals***. The set of equations which describe MHD is a combination of the **Navier-Stokes equations of fluid mechanics** and **Maxwell's equations of electromagnetism.**
    From

    Answer:

    The study of the interaction of magnetic fields and electrically conducting fluids (as plasma or molten metal).

    Explanation:

    The word magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) is derived from magneto- meaning magnetic field, hydro- meaning water, and -dynamics meaning movement.

    Examples of such fluids include plasmas and liquid metals. The set of equations which describe MHD is a combination of the Navier-Stokes equations of fluid mechanics and Maxwell's equations of electromagnetism.

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    Answer:

    The study of the interaction of magnetic fields and electrically conducting fluids (as plasma or molten metal).

    Explanation:

    The word magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) is derived from magneto- meaning magnetic field, hydro- meaning water, and -dynamics meaning movement.

    Examples of such fluids include plasmas and liquid metals. The set of equations which describe MHD is a combination of the Navier-Stokes equations of fluid mechanics and Maxwell's equations of electromagnetism.

  • Azhar A.
    @azhar-a Azhar A. updated the answer.
    1 year ago
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    *The study of the interaction of magnetic fields and electrically conducting fluids (as plasma or molten metal).* The word **magnetohydrodynamics (MHD)** is derived from *magneto*- meaning *magnetic field*, *hydro*- meaning *water*, and -*dynamics* meaning *movement.* Examples of such fluids include ***plasmas*** and ***liquid metals***. The set of equations which describe MHD is a combination of the Navier-Stokes equations of fluid mechanics and Maxwell's equations of electromagnetism. .
    *The study of the interaction of* ***magnetic*** fields and ***electrically conducting fluids*** *(as plasma or molten metal).* The word **magnetohydrodynamics (MHD)** is derived from *magneto*- meaning *magnetic field*, *hydro*- meaning *water*, and -*dynamics* meaning *movement.* Examples of such fluids include ***plasmas*** and ***liquid metals***. The set of equations which describe MHD is a combination of the Navier-Stokes equations of fluid mechanics and Maxwell's equations of electromagnetism.
    From

    Answer:

    The study of the interaction of magnetic fields and electrically conducting fluids (as plasma or molten metal).

    Explanation:

    The word magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) is derived from magneto- meaning magnetic field, hydro- meaning water, and -dynamics meaning movement.

    Examples of such fluids include plasmas and liquid metals. The set of equations which describe MHD is a combination of the Navier-Stokes equations of fluid mechanics and Maxwell's equations of electromagnetism.

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    To

    Answer:

    The study of the interaction of magnetic fields and electrically conducting fluids (as plasma or molten metal).

    Explanation:

    The word magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) is derived from magneto- meaning magnetic field, hydro- meaning water, and -dynamics meaning movement.

    Examples of such fluids include plasmas and liquid metals. The set of equations which describe MHD is a combination of the Navier-Stokes equations of fluid mechanics and Maxwell's equations of electromagnetism.

  • Hunaid L. Hanfee
    @hunaid-h Hunaid L. Hanfee wrote an answer.
    1 year ago

    Answer:

    The study of the interaction of magnetic fields and electrically conducting fluids (as plasma or molten metal).

    Explanation:

    The word magnetohydrodynamics (MHD) is derived from magneto- meaning magnetic field, hydro- meaning water, and -dynamics meaning movement.

    Examples of such fluids include plasmas and liquid metals. The set of equations which describe MHD is a combination of the Navier-Stokes equations of fluid mechanics and Maxwell's equations of electromagnetism.

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