The ForceEvaluator type exposes the following members.
Gets a TimeIntervalCollection over which data is available. If the availability interval is infinite, this returns Infinite.(Inherited from EvaluatorT.)
Gets the Axes in which this force is defined. While a Newtonian force is only valid in an inertial frame, the coordinates in which this force is defined may be a fixed frame. If so, the torque should be rotated to transform the torque into a common Axes considered to be 'inertial' before applying them in equations of motion.
Gets the group that contains this evaluator.(Inherited from EvaluatorT.)
Gets a value indicating if the methods on this instance are safe to call from multiple threads simultaneously.(Inherited from EvaluatorT.)
Gets a value indicating whether or not the value of this evaluator changes with time. If , the evaluator is assumed to return the same value for any input JulianDate.(Inherited from EvaluatorT.)
Gets the kind of force this evaluator represents. In particular, it indicates whether the mass of the object on which the force will be applied is already included in the result ("specific" force).
Gets the role that this force plays in a combined resultant force. In particular, it indicates whether this force is dominant and easy to compute or whether it is a small perturbation that is expensive to compute.