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  • In a theory of mechanics, '''kinematics''' is the quantitative description of the configuration and trajectory o In [[Newtonian mechanics]], the kinematic specification of a problem is a set of times, dimensions, positions, [[ve
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  • ...//science360.gov/obj/video/0a558e3f-ac36-4e34-80c6-4ec6552657b3/kinematics Kinematics Video]. Provided by the National Science Foundation & NBC Learn. Runtime ...per hour, and during some short bursts approach 30 miles (48 km) per hour. Kinematics, the branch of classical mechanics, helps describe a player's movement a
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  • The [[kinematics]] of a [[chemical]] system.
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  • {{r|Elementary particle kinematics}}
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  • The [[kinematics]] of a [[chemical]] system.
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  • {{r|Kinematics}}
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  • * [[Kinematics]]
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  • ...//science360.gov/obj/video/0a558e3f-ac36-4e34-80c6-4ec6552657b3/kinematics Kinematics Video]. Provided by the National Science Foundation & NBC Learn. Runtime ...per hour, and during some short bursts approach 30 miles (48 km) per hour. Kinematics, the branch of classical mechanics, helps describe a player's movement a
    501 B (74 words) - 03:14, 30 May 2013
  • {{r|Elementary particle kinematics}}
    246 B (29 words) - 16:51, 1 February 2009
  • In a theory of mechanics, '''kinematics''' is the quantitative description of the configuration and trajectory o In [[Newtonian mechanics]], the kinematic specification of a problem is a set of times, dimensions, positions, [[ve
    3 KB (408 words) - 20:23, 29 May 2013
  • {{r|Kinematics}}
    472 B (55 words) - 22:38, 3 July 2011
  • * A system of [[kinematics]] by which the configuration and trajectory of the system being studied * A mathematical statement of a relationship prevailing on the kinematic measurements and forces. Such statement is often called a principle. F
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  • ...ooks.google.com/books?id=uAfUQmQbzOkC&printsec=frontcover&dq=%22rigid+body+kinematics%22&lr=&as_brr=0#PRA1-PA475,M1 with ''s'' the speed of walking. According to simple kinematics, the velocity is then the first derivative of the trajectory:
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  • The discussion splits naturally into two parts: [[kinematics]] and [[dynamics]]. ====Kinematics====
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  • This article is restricted to the ''rotational kinematics'' of rigid bodies, that is, this article is about the kinetic energy of ...'R''. Classically, the rotor is rigid if ''R'' is independent of time. The kinematics of a linear rigid rotor is usually described by means of [[spherical co
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  • {{r|Kinematics}}
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  • ...[[curve]]s, [[symmetry]], [[chaos]], [[fractal]]s, [[Moiré pattern]]s, [[kinematics]] and [[simulation]]s
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  • ...entheoretischen Kinematik und Mechanik (On the Physical Content of Quantum Kinematics and Mechanics) | journal = Zeitschrift für Physik | volume = 43 | year
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  • ...between its molecules, i.e., that length contraction has a dynamic, not a kinematic, origin. Lorentz published his contraction formula in a communication to
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  • ...well-known mathematical [[function (mathematics)|functions]]) of [[inverse kinematics]] (the computation of the robot's movements), when possible.<ref name="o ...for greater stability and constant height of the hips for simpler inverse kinematics of movements fixed on [[Zero Moment Point]]s. The ZMP trajectory consist
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  • ...well-known mathematical [[function (mathematics)|functions]]) of [[inverse kinematics]] (the computation of the robot's movements), when possible.<ref name="o ...for greater stability and constant height of the hips for simpler inverse kinematics of movements fixed on [[Zero Moment Point]]s. The ZMP trajectory consist
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  • ...mula for '''''F<sub>C</sub>''''' is described below. It is an example of ''kinematics'', that is, the analysis of the forces required to maintain a certain pa On the other hand, at velocity |'''v'''| on a circular path of radius ''R'', kinematics says that the force needed to turn the ball continuously into the turn i
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  • [[radial velocity]] and [[proper motion]] show the kinematics of these systems through the [[Milky Way]] galaxy. Astrometric results a Kinematic studies of matter in the Milky Way and other galaxies have demonstrated t
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  • ...ght (only 50 pounds) and is in the advanced stages of development. It uses kinematic expression and seven degrees of freedom making it very mobile. Also the
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