So the hydrostatic valve is adjusted to set the rudders straight when the water-pressure upon it is a certain amount.
The method of “hydrostatic weighing” is one of the most important.
There is a large sac behind the viscera of the Argonaut, which opens on each side; it is perhaps of some hydrostatic use.
The inquirer seems not to have been satisfied with the statement of this hydrostatic law.
This HT-340 experimental gasoline turbine tractor operates with a hydrostatic transmission.
For this purpose there is first of all a "hydrostatic valve."
It was not until 1795 that that powerful modern apparatus—the hydraulic, or hydrostatic, press was patented by Bramah in England.
At Lewiston the writer, with many others, saw a most remarkable illustration of the terrific power of this hydrostatic press.
Galileo was the author of the hydrostatic paradox and other sketches.
The water is almost chemically pure, and is forced to a great height by hydrostatic pressure.
hydrostatic hy·dro·stat·ic (hī'drə-stāt'ĭk) or hy·dro·stat·i·cal (-ĭ-kəl)
Of or relating to fluids at rest or under pressure.