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  1. › wiki › KinematicsKinematics - Wikipedia

    Kinematics is used in astrophysics to describe the motion of celestial bodies and collections of such bodies. In mechanical engineering , robotics , and biomechanics [7] kinematics is used to describe the motion of systems composed of joined parts (multi-link systems) such as an engine , a robotic arm or the human skeleton .

  2. In computer animation and robotics, inverse kinematics is the mathematical process of calculating the variable joint parameters needed to place the end of a kinematic chain, such as a robot manipulator or animation character's skeleton, in a given position and orientation relative to the start of the chain.

  3. Stellar kinematics encompasses the measurement of stellar velocities in the Milky Way and its satellites as well as the internal kinematics of more distant galaxies. Measurement of the kinematics of stars in different subcomponents of the Milky Way including the thin disk , the thick disk , the bulge , and the stellar halo provides important information about the formation and evolutionary ...

  4. › wiki › AccelerationAcceleration - Wikipedia

    (Here and elsewhere, if motion is in a straight line, vector quantities can be substituted by scalars in the equations.). By the fundamental theorem of calculus, it can be seen that the integral of the acceleration function a(t) is the velocity function v(t); that is, the area under the curve of an acceleration vs. time (a vs. t) graph corresponds to the change of velocity.

  5. › wiki › SteeringSteering - Wikipedia

    Many modern cars use rack and pinion steering mechanisms. When the steering wheel turns the pinion gear, the pinion moves the rack, converting circular motion into linear motion along the transverse axis of the car (side to side motion), kind of like a gear mechanism.

  6. Movimiento parabólico (completo) El movimiento parabólico completo se puede considerar como la composición de un avance horizontal rectilíneo uniforme (MRU) y avance vertical, que es un movimiento rectilíneo uniformemente acelerado (MRUA) por la acción de la gravedad.

  7. There are two main descriptions of motion: dynamics and kinematics. Dynamics is general, since the momenta, forces and energy of the particles are taken into account. In this instance, sometimes the term dynamics refers to the differential equations that the system satisfies (e.g., Newton's second law or Euler–Lagrange equations ), and sometimes to the solutions to those equations.