Biomechanical models typically involve simultaneously modeling numerous aspects
of anatomy. These can be the skeletal, muscular, and neurological systems. The
skeletal system is typically modeled using multibody dynamics. This can be done
functionality for modeling musculotendons (the muscular system) and activation
dynamics (the neurological system).
This module acts as an extension module to
sympy.physics.mechanics. It is
not intended that this module be used by itself. Rather, a user would import
use objects from both interchangeably.
been designed in such a way that its class hierarchies are related to, and
interfaces (e.g. attribute names, call signatures, and return types) mimic,
will correctly generate equations of motion for multibody systems that
incorporate biomechanical components.