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### Definition of Kinematical

**1.** [adj]

### Medical Definition of Kinematical

**1.**
Of or pertaining to kinematics. Kinematic curves, curves produced by machinery, or a combination of motions, as distinguished from mathematical curves.
Source: Websters Dictionary
(01 Mar 1998)

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### Literary usage of Kinematical

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**1.** *Treatise on Physics* by Andrew Gray (1901)

"Now consider a perfectly general system of it particles which are subject to
**kinematical** conditions expressed by m equations connecting the co-ordinates, ..."**2.** *Dynamics of Rotation: An Elementary Introduction to Rigid Dynamics* by Arthur Mason Worthington (1892)

"(**kinematical**.) 0n the velocity of the centre of mass of a system. If vi, vt, v, ...
be the respective 'velocities in any given direction at any instant of ..."**3.** *The Theory of the Relativity of Motion* by Richard Chace Tolman (1917)

"CHAPTER V. **kinematical** APPLICATIONS. 43. The various transformation equations
for spatial and temporal measurements which were derived in the previous ..."**4.** *A Treatise on the Mathematical Theory of Elasticity* by Augustus Edward Hough Love (1906)

"2\ , 2\2 Af*7\ showing that all plane waves travel with one or other of the
velocities found above. 205. Motion of a surface of discontinuity. **kinematical** ..."**5.** *An Elementary Treatise on Hydrodynamics and Sound* by Alfred Barnard Basset (1900)

"Before entering upon the dynamical portion of the subject, it will be convenient
to investigate certain **kinematical** propositions, which are true for all ..."**6.** *Geometry of Riemannian Spaces* by Elie Cartan (1983)

"ABSOLUTE DIFFERENTIATION, **kinematical** APPLICATIONS. LAGRANGE'S EQUATIONS. 34.
Let us consider a vector field in the space. At each point N, the vector of ..."