Yes. Users may assign multiple forces to each attractor gradient, and each of these forces may be defined uniquely by a constant value or an expression that incorporates time and position of each cell into the calculation of the direction and magnitude of the force. In addition, a single force may be applied to multiple gradients. This functionality provides users with many ways to define dynamic Forces that can be coordinated across all the surfaces of a a Live Parts object.
Because Live Parts forces can be driven by time and position, it is possible to model the transitions from one load case to another all as a single functional expression inside SOLIDWORKS. For example, users can define a forces as a periodic switching of impulses in different directions in order to simulate the transitions from an "upward" load case to a "downward" load case. Live Part objects dynamically grow and kill off cells during this application of Transitional Dynamic Forces.