A program to help physics students understand Kinematics and Dynamics. Writen in Python.
The science which treats of motions considered in themselves, or apart from their causes; the comparison and relation of motions.
the description ( or study) of motion, without regard to the causes of the motion
The study of the characteristics of motion.
The science of descriptive geometry of bodies in motion with respect to their relationship among displacement, velocity and acceleration. Kinesiology The study of human motion.
the branch of mechanics that uses mathematics to describe motion, without reference to the forces or masses involved.
Refers to the calculation or description of the underlying mechanics of motion of an astronomical object. For example, in radioastronomy, spectral line graphs are used to determine the kinematics or relative motions of material at the center of a galaxy or surrounding a star as it is born.
Motion of bodies without reference to the forces producing the motion.
That branch of the science of mechanics which treats of the motion of bodies without reference to the cause or force producing it.
Kinematics is the study and description of the motion of objects.
A collective term for descriptors of motion including distance, displacement, speed, velocity and acceleration.
the branch of mechanics concerned with motion without reference to force or mass
The study of motion without regard to the forces that cause motion.
Area of study that examines the spatial and temporal components of motion (position, velocity, acceleration).
the study of objects moving with uniform acceleration
The part of dynamics that describes motion without regard to its causes.
Kinematics refers to the position, velocity and acceleration of an object or group of objects. When a group of objects are connected they are said to form a kinematic chain. The kinematic chain uses the concept of a family hierarchy to establish rules of motion.
The study of a body in motion. Researchers in kinematics may study motion as diverse as a high jumper experimenting with a new form to the wing-beat pattern of a hummingbird while hovering.
Study of the velocities, accelerations and interrelation of various parts of a moving system.
The study of motion without regards to the forces that cause those motions
Kinematics refers to the study of pure motion without thinking about the forces causing the motion.
The study of motion of objects, without regard to what caused the motion of these objects. Very low level physics.
Study of motion of objects without regard to the causes of this motion.
Kinematics is the study of motion and the forces required to produce it. This includes the different forces at work during the movement of a single part of the body, and more complex movements such as running and climbing.
The study of motion exclusive of the influences of mass and force. It includes displacement, velocity, and acceleration without regard for the forces acting on a body. It is a mechanical concept, a subdivision of dynamics.
That phase of mechanics which deals with possible motions of a body.
In physics, kinematics is the branch of classical mechanics concerned with describing the motions of objects without considering the factors that cause or affect the motion. By contrast, the science of dynamics is concerned with the forces and interactions that produce or affect the motion. For example, kinematics may be used to determine how a robot should bend and position itself to lift a weight while dynamics would determine how much force would be required to pick it up.