Pathobiomechanics and Pathokinesiology  Compendium 
Sections:Applications 
Kinematics of human motion
To study bases of mechanics, we recommend you to choose one of the following web sites.
If you need to explain some mechanical variable, you can use this dictionary. Kinematics use following terms: displacement, velocity, acceleration, time.
Basic terms, the example of relation between s, v, t see here. If you can prove your own reaction time, click here
Kinematics in One Dimension: 1D linear average velocity, 1D linear instantaneous velocity, 1D linear average or instantaneous acceleration Uniformly accelerated motion in 1D  applet (example) from Alfredo Louro, University of Calgary Motion of constant acceleration  see applet from Walter Fendt free fall  applet (example) from Alfredo Louro, University of Calgary Projectile Motion ( transversal throw ) see applet from Walter Fendt  Kinematics in Two and Three Dimensions: 2D or 3D linear average velocity or instantaneous velocity, 2D or 3D linear average or instantaneous acceleration
Movement Around a Curve  acceleration, angular velocity Uniform circular motion  applet (example) from Alfredo Louro, University of Calgary Carousel, circular motion see applet freom Walter Fendt
