Current technology allows the use of a "radar gun" to determine the speed of a cricket ball. There is a slight problem in that the ball is frequently thrown "down"
Normally thrown by a scum-half from a set piece 60mph
A jerk ball in cricket doesn't pertain to a ball, but to the way a ball is thrown. It is the motion of the ball.
Doppler effect : we can measure the speed of ball Doppler principle .we transmit continuous pulse at ball at instant that echo reflect that change in trasmiting and receiving frequncy we can calculate the speed of ball.
The fastest ball ever thrown in international cricket is at 154KMP by Shoib Akthar of pakistan.
It should hit the ground with the same speed it was thrown up. But due to air friction , the speed will be less in practice.
shoaib akhtar had thrown the fastest ball of 163.4 mph.
Not out. Only way to get batsman out when a no ball is thrown is run out.
If a ball is thrown, the force pushing the ball will convert to energy to speed up the ball.