Sinusoid Motion-Law is not a 'Traditional Motion Law'.
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The amplitude of the sine wave. Amplitude equals half peak-to-peak of the sinusoid.
Phase - (degrees)
The phase allows you to phase the sine wave. When the phase is zero, the displacement looks like a normal sine function.
One cycle is a one full Sine function 2Π radians
The graph may alias if you have many sinusoid cycles, or too few steps in the Number-of-Steps parameter.
Example: Segment Parameters
The motion to the left is a 'normalized' sinusoid segment.
A 'normalized' segment has a duration of '1' second and a Amplitude of '1' unit.
The maximum values of Velocity, Acceleration and Jerk become the Motion-Coefficients.