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DMotionStudyEvents_MotorOutputTimeStepChangeNotifyEventHandler Delegate (SolidWorks.Interop.swmotionstudy)

Fired at every integrator or output time step when a motion simulation is occurring and external motors exist.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Public Delegate Function DMotionStudyEvents_MotorOutputTimeStepChangeNotifyEventHandler( _
   ByVal Time As Double, _
   ByVal MotorNames As Object, _
   ByVal Position As Object, _
   ByVal Velocity As Object, _
   ByVal Acceleration As Object, _
   ByVal ForceOrTorque As Object, _
   ByRef MotorValue As Object _
) As Integer
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As New DMotionStudyEvents_MotorOutputTimeStepChangeNotifyEventHandler(AddressOf HandlerMethod)
C# 
public delegate int DMotionStudyEvents_MotorOutputTimeStepChangeNotifyEventHandler( 
   double Time,
   object MotorNames,
   object Position,
   object Velocity,
   object Acceleration,
   object ForceOrTorque,
   ref object MotorValue
)
C++/CLI 
public delegate int DMotionStudyEvents_MotorOutputTimeStepChangeNotifyEventHandler( 
&   double Time,
&   Object^ MotorNames,
&   Object^ Position,
&   Object^ Velocity,
&   Object^ Acceleration,
&   Object^ ForceOrTorque,
&   Object^% MotorValue
)

Parameters

Time
Output time when the event is fired
MotorNames
Array of strings containing the names of the external motors
Position
Array of doubles indicating the position of each external motor; the order of these values corresponds to the order of the names in MotorNames
Velocity
Array of doubles indicating the velocity of each external motor; the order of these values corresponds to the order of the names in MotorNames
Acceleration
Array of doubles indicating the acceleration of each external motor; the order of these values corresponds to the order of the names in MotorNames
ForceOrTorque
Array of doubles indicating if an external motor is a linear motor (force) or a rotary motor (torque); the order of these values corresponds to the order of the names in MotorNames
MotorValue
Array of doubles indicating the value of the motor (position, velocity, or acceleration) at the next output time step; these values are used internally for doing interpolation during the integrator time steps; the order of these values corresponds to the order of the names in MotorNames

Example

Remarks

When the motion simulation is occurring, the solver takes two types of time steps:

  • integrator
  • output

Integrator time steps are taken during the solve; thus, it is not guaranteed that the solver will actually converge at that step. Output time steps are taken after the solver has converged. By default, the MotorOutputTimeStepChangeNotify event is fired at integrator time steps. If you want to fire this event at output time steps, then set IMotionStudy::SetFireOutputTimeStepEvents to true.

If developing a C++ application, then use swMotionStudyMotorOutputTimeStepChangeNotify to register for this notification.

Availability

SolidWorks 2009 FCS, Revision Number 17.0


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