Core classes for the dyno library.

o connection
connection class - a connection between 2 connectors.
o connector
connector - a coordinate frame located on a part.
o polyhedronFace
polyhedronFace - polygon representation used by the mpoly class.
o mpoly
The mpoly class represenents a polyhedra and its material properties.
o mpolyType
Enumerates the different uses of mpolys.
o part
Parts are the basic building blocks from which links are made.
o joint
joint - a connection between links.
o ownerSegment
The ownerSegment keeps track of a contiguous block of parts that all have the same owner 'm'.
o linkForceRecord
records external forces applied to a link, for purposes of structural analysis
o link
The link class represents rigid bodies, either freely-moving or part of a mechanism.
o mechanism
Represents a mechanism composed of links (rigid bodies) connected by joints.
o assembly
assemblies are groups of parts linked together by connections.
o dynamicSystem
container class for multiple mechanisms, influences, and other simulation objects.
o dynoObject
base class for objects that interact with a dynamicSystem, such as dynoInfluences, dynoConstraints, dynoTimers, and dynoComponents.
o dynoComponent
base class for objects that must get updated at every simulation time step.
o (*postAccelHookCB)
A callback used by the postAccelHook class.
o postAccelHook
a dynoComponent that calls a user-defined function immediately after the dynamicSystem's acceleration has been computed
o dynoTimer
an object that gets called periodically during simulation.
This file declares the core classes used by the dyno library. Other related classes (such as dynoConstraints and dynoObjects) are declared in several other files, listed under 'See also' below.
See Also:

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