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MITCalc Technical Formulas and Tools 1.22
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Technical formulas (Solids, motion, friction...) / Units convertor
Price: 16 USD (Buy Now) Hits: 584 visitors Publisher: MITCalc OS Support: Win2000, WinXP, Win7 x32, Win7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 10, WinServer, WinOther, Windows2000, Windows2003, Windows Server 2012, Windows Tablet PC Edition 2005, Windows Media Center Edition 2005, Win Vista License: Shareware Date added: 26 Oct 2012 Last Update: 11 Jul 2017 Downloads: 5

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Technical formulas (Solids, motion, friction...) / Units convertor

Solutions to dozens of basic formulas from physics, technology and mechanical engineering. Help, pictures as well as many selection tables with values of various coefficients and material properties are available for the formulas. The following matters are solved in the workbook:

- Characteristics of solids (volume, surface, weight, inertia moment)

- Rectilinear motion (speed, acceleration, trajectory, time, force, energy....)

- Rotation motion (speed, acceleration, trajectory, time, force, energy....)

- Thermal expansion (longitudinal, cubical)

- Friction (shear, rolling, journal, rope, belt)

- Design of engine capacity (pump, blower, hoist, crane)

This module also includes a workbook with conversion of units, many technical tables, workbook with Vehicle aerodynamics and workbook with External ballistics.

Vehicle aerodynamics - The program is intended for simple simulation of vehicle motion. The program solves the following tasks:

- Simple definition of vehicle parameters.

- Selection from a list of typical vehicles.

- Calculation of forces.

- Calculation of the load, energy, consumption and travel distance.

External ballistics - The program is intended for simple simulation of the firing of various types of bullets. The program solves the following tasks:

- Definition of the bullet.

- Selection from the list of typical bullets.

- Calculation and selection of typical ballistic coefficients.

- Calculation of the forces, velocities, trajectories, angles and other external ballistic parameters.

- Graphic representation of the results of one or two bullets.

Application is developed in MS Excel, is multi-language, supports Imperial and Metric units and is a part of MITCalc - Mechanical and Technical Calculation Package for gear, belt and chain drives, springs, beam, shaft, bolt connection, shaft connection, tolerances and many others.
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Changes on the new version:
Added the workbook with Vehicle aerodynamics and workbook with External ballistics, translations

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Version History
Version 1.22 added on: 26 Jul 2018
Version 1.18 added on: 26 Oct 2012


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Related Tags
    solid          motion          linear motion          rectilinear motion          rotation          rotation motion          thermal expansion          expansion          friction          rolling friction          journal friction          Vehicle aerodynamics          External ballistics          units conversion          Oil viscosity      

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