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This is a simple place holder to write out common attributes from Attribute VOPs network types.
Position of the element.
Unlike the VOP SOP, writing to this will not potentially trigger a recomputation of the normal.
v attribute of the element.
force attribute of the element.
Cd attribute of the element.
N attribute of the element.
The following examples include this node.
This example uses static object nodes in an RBD simulation of a grid falling and bouncing off three spheres before it hits the ground.
This example demonstrates various ways in which you can use a solver node to transform an object based on ordinary differential equations.
There are 6 different solvers in this example. There is also the exact answer as a point of reference. The solvers are numerical methods that solve the following coupled Ordinary Differential Equations with initial conditions:
x' = y ; x(0) = 1 y' = -x ; y(0) = 0
The numerical methods for Ordinary Differential Equations are: Forward Euler, Runge-Kutta Second Order, Runge-Kutta Third Order, Runge-Kutta Fourth Order, and Parker-Sochacki solved two ways. In one version, Parker-Sochacki is hard coded at order 5. In another version Parker-Sochacki is written in a for loop where the order can be adjusted by the user.