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swMotionIntegratorType_e Enumeration

Integration methods for solving numerically stiff systems.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Public Enum swMotionIntegratorType_e 
   Inherits System.Enum
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As swMotionIntegratorType_e
public enum swMotionIntegratorType_e : System.Enum 
public enum class swMotionIntegratorType_e : public System.Enum 


swMotionIntegrator_GSTIFF1 = Default integration method for fast and accurate computation of displacements; variable order and step size; coefficients are calculated assuming a constant step size
swMotionIntegrator_SI2_GSTIFF3 = Stabilized Index-2 integration method that provides better error control over the velocity and acceleration terms in equations of motion; provided motion is sufficiently smooth, velocity and acceleration results are more accurate than those computed with GSTIFF or WSTIFF; significantly slower
swMotionIntegrator_WSTIFF2 = Variable order and step size integration method; coefficients are calculated as a function of the step size; handles sudden step size changes as a result of discontinuities or abrupt events without error or loss of accuracy

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