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Calculators Created by Kethavath Srinath
Kethavath Srinath
Osmania University
(OU)
,
Hyderabad
965
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1163
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List of Calculators by Kethavath Srinath
Following is a combined list of all the calculators that have been created and verified by Kethavath Srinath. Kethavath Srinath has created 965 and verified 1163 calculators across 328 different categories till date.
Acme Thread
(18)
Created
Coefficient of Friction of Power Screw given Effort in Lowering Load with Acme Threaded Screw
Go
Created
Coefficient of Friction of Power Screw given Effort in Moving Load with Acme Threaded Screw
Go
Created
Coefficient of Friction of Power Screw given Torque Required in Lifting Load with Acme Thread
Go
Created
Coefficient of Friction of Power Screw given Torque Required in Lowering Load with Acme Thread
Go
Created
Efficiency of Acme Threaded Power Screw
Go
Created
Effort Required in Lifting Load with Acme Threaded Screw
Go
Created
Effort Required in Lowering Load with Acme Threaded Screw
Go
Created
Helix Angle of Power Screw given Effort Required in Lifting Load with Acme Threaded Screw
Go
Created
Helix Angle of Power Screw given Load and Coefficient of Friction
Go
Created
Helix Angle of Power Screw given Torque Required in Lifting Load with Acme Threaded Screw
Go
Created
Helix Angle of Power Screw given Torque Required in Lowering Load with Acme Threaded Screw
Go
Created
Load on Power Screw given Effort Required in Lifting Load with Acme Threaded Screw
Go
Created
Load on Power Screw given Effort Required in Lowering Load with Acme Threaded Screw
Go
Created
Load on Power Screw given Torque Required in Lifting Load with Acme Threaded Screw
Go
Created
Load on Power Screw given Torque Required in Lowering Load with Acme Threaded Screw
Go
Created
Mean Diameter of Power Screw given Torque Required in Lowering Load with Acme Threaded Screw
Go
Created
Torque Required in Lifting Load with Acme Threaded Power Screw
Go
Created
Torque Required in Lowering Load with Acme Threaded Power Screw
Go
Allowable-Stress Design Approach (AISC)
(6)
Created
Allowable Bearing Pressure given Area of Lowest Column of Structure
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Allowable Bearing Pressure when Full Area of Support is Occupied by Base Plate
Go
Created
Area of Foundation of Lowest Column of Structure
Go
Created
Base Plate Thickness
Go
Created
Equivalent Cantilever Dimension
Go
Created
Load using Area of Lowest Column of Structure
Go
4 More Allowable-Stress Design Approach (AISC) Calculators
Go
Design Against Fluctuating Load
(22)
Created
Diameter of Spring Wire given Mean Stress in Spring
Go
Created
Diameter of Spring Wire given Torsional Stress Amplitude
Go
Created
Force Amplitude of Spring
Go
Created
Force Amplitude on Spring given Torsional Stress Amplitude
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Created
Maximum Force on Spring given Force Amplitude
Go
Created
Maximum Force on Spring given Mean Force
Go
Created
Mean Coil Diameter of Spring given Torsional Stress Amplitude
Go
Created
Mean Diameter of Spring coil given Mean Stress on Spring
Go
Created
Mean Force on spring
Go
Created
Mean Force on Spring given Mean Stress
Go
Created
Mean Stress on Spring
Go
Created
Minimum Force on Spring given Force Amplitude
Go
Created
Minimum Force on Spring given Mean Force
Go
Created
Shear Stress Correction Factor for Spring given Mean Stress
Go
Created
Shear Stress Factor for Spring given Torsional stress amplitude
Go
Created
Shear Yield Strength of Oil-hardened Tempered Steel Wires
Go
Created
Shear Yield Strength of Patented and Cold-drawn Steel Wires
Go
Created
Spring Index given Mean Stress on spring
Go
Created
Spring Index given Torsional Stress Amplitude
Go
Created
Torsional Stress Amplitude in Spring
Go
Created
Ultimate Tensile Stress of Ol hardened tempered Steel wires
Go
Created
Ultimate Tensile Stress of Patented and Cold drawn Steel wires
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Enthalpy of Saturated Air
(1)
Verified
Enthalpy at point 2
Go
8 More Enthalpy of Saturated Air Calculators
Go
Force Taken By Leaves
(11)
Created
Force applied at end of Leaf Spring
Go
Created
Force applied at end of Spring given Bending Stress on Graduated length leaves
Go
Created
Force Applied at End of Spring given Force Taken by Graduated length Leaves
Go
Created
Force taken by Extra Full length leaves given Number of leaves
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Created
Force Taken by Full Length Leaves given Bending Stress in Plate Extra Full Length
Go
Created
Force Taken by Full length Leaves given Force at end of Spring
Go
Created
Force taken by Graduated length leaves given Bending Stress in Plate
Go
Created
Force Taken by Graduated length leaves given Deflection at Load Point
Go
Created
Force taken by graduated length leaves given force applied at end of spring
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Created
Force Taken by Graduated length leaves given Number of Leaves
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Created
Force Taken by Graduated Length Leaves in Terms of Force Applied at End of Spring
Go
Foundation Stability Analysis
(3)
Verified
Correction Factor for Rectangle
Go
Verified
Correction Factor Ny for Rectangle
Go
Verified
Maximum Soil Pressure
Go
8 More Foundation Stability Analysis Calculators
Go
Geometry of Helical Springs
(9)
Created
Diameter of Spring Wire from Load Stress Equation
Go
Created
Diameter of Spring Wire given Spring Index
Go
Created
Inside Diameter of Spring Coil given Mean Coil Diameter
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Created
Mean Coil Diameter given Spring Index
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Created
Mean Coil Diameter of Spring
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Created
Outside Diameter of Spring given Mean Coil Diameter
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Created
Spring Index
Go
Created
Spring Index given Shear stress in Spring
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Created
Total Number of Coils given Solid Length of Spring
Go
Length of Cantilever
(4)
Created
Length of Cantilever given Bending Stress in Plate
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Created
Length of Cantilever given Bending Stress in Plate of Extra Full Length
Go
Created
Length of Cantilever given Bending Stress on Graduated Length Leaves
Go
Created
Length of Cantilever given Deflection at Load Point of Graduated length leaves
Go
Maximum Shear Stress Theory
(1)
Created
Shear Yield Strength by Maximum Shear Stress Theory
Go
2 More Maximum Shear Stress Theory Calculators
Go
Series and Parallel Connections
(4)
Created
Combined Stiffness of 2 Springs when Connected in Parallel
Go
Created
Combined Stiffness of 3 Springs when Connected in Parallel
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Created
Combined Stiffness of Three Springs Connected in Series
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Created
Combined Stiffness of Two Springs Connected in Series
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Strain Energy in Structural Members
(4)
Verified
Length over which Deformation takes place given Strain Energy in Shear
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Verified
Shear Area given Strain Energy in Shear
Go
Verified
Shear Modulus of Elasticity given Strain Energy in Shear
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Verified
Strain Energy in Shear given Shear Deformation
Go
15 More Strain Energy in Structural Members Calculators
Go
Thermodynamics Factor
(1)
Verified
Specific Heat Capacity at Constant Pressure using Adiabatic Index
Go
11 More Thermodynamics Factor Calculators
Go
Torque Requirement in Lowering Load using Square threaded Screws
(9)
Created
Coefficient of Friction of Screw Thread given Load
Go
Created
Coefficient of Friction of Screw Thread given Torque Required in Lowering Load
Go
Created
Effort Required in Lowering Load
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Created
Helix Angle of Power Screw given Effort Required in Lowering Load
Go
Created
Helix Angle of Power Screw given Torque Required in Lowering Load
Go
Created
Load on power Screw given Effort Required in Lowering Load
Go
Created
Load on power Screw given Torque Required in Lowering Load
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Created
Mean Diameter of Power Screw given Torque Required in Lowering Load
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Created
Torque Required in Lowering Load on Power Screw
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ACI Code
(2)
Created
Modulus of Elasticity of Concrete in SI Units
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Created
Modulus of Elasticity of Concrete in USCS Units
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Air Refrigeration Cycles
(1)
Verified
COP of Bell-Coleman Cycle for given Temperatures, Polytropic Index and Adiabatic Index
Go
7 More Air Refrigeration Cycles Calculators
Go
Air Refrigeration Systems
(1)
Verified
Local Sonic or Acoustic Velocity at Ambient Air Conditions
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3 More Air Refrigeration Systems Calculators
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Allowable Design Loads for Aluminium Columns
(2)
Verified
Radius of Gyration of Column given Allowable Compressive Stress for Aluminium Columns
Go
Verified
Transition from Long to Short Column Range
Go
3 More Allowable Design Loads for Aluminium Columns Calculators
Go
Allowable Load on Piles
(1)
Verified
Allowable Load for Drop Hammer Driven Piles
Go
4 More Allowable Load on Piles Calculators
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Aluminium Column Design
(3)
Verified
Critical Slenderness Ratio for Aluminium Columns
Go
Verified
Ultimate Load per Area for Aluminium Columns
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Verified
Ultimate Load per Area for Aluminium Columns given Allowable Load and Section Area
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Angular Velocity of Disc
(1)
Verified
Disc's Angular velocity given Circumferential stress and Outer radius
Go
8 More Angular Velocity of Disc Calculators
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Applications of Fluid Force
(8)
Created
Distance between Plates given Dynamic Viscosity of Fluid
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Created
Dynamic Viscosity of Fluids
Go
Created
Dynamic Viscosity of Gases
Go
Created
Dynamic Viscosity of Liquids
Go
Created
Friction Factor given Frictional Velocity
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Shear Stress using Dynamic Viscosity of Fluid
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Created
Total Hydrostatic Force
Go
Created
Total Surface Area of Object Submerged in Liquid
Go
1 More Applications of Fluid Force Calculators
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Arms of Cast Iron Pulley
(23)
Created
Bending Moment on Arm of Belt Driven Pulley
Go
Created
Bending Moment on Arm of Belt Driven Pulley given Bending Stress in Arm
Go
Created
Bending Moment on Arm of Belt Driven Pulley given Torque Transmitted by Pulley
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Created
Bending Stress in Arm of Belt Driven Pulley
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Created
Bending Stress in Arm of Belt Driven Pulley given Torque Transmitted by Pulley
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Created
Major Axis of Elliptical Cross-Section of Pulley's Arm given Moment of Inertia of Arm
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Created
Minor Axis of Elliptical Cross-Section of Arm given Moment of Inertia of Arm
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Created
Minor Axis of Elliptical Cross-Section of Pulley's Arm given Bending Stress in Arm
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Created
Minor Axis of Elliptical Cross-Section of Pulley's Arm given Moment of Inertia of Arm
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Created
Minor Axis of Elliptical Cross-Section of Pulley's Arm given Torque and Bending Stress
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Created
Moment of Inertia of Pulley's Arm
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Created
Moment of Inertia of Pulley's Arm given Bending Stress in Arm
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Created
Moment of Inertia of Pulley's Arm given Minor Axis of Elliptical Section Arm
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Created
Number of Arms of Pulley given Bending Moment on Arm
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Created
Number of Arms of Pulley given Bending Stress in Arm
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Created
Number of Arms of Pulley given Torque Transmitted by Pulley
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Created
Radius of Rim of Pulley given Bending Moment Acting on Arm
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Created
Radius of Rim of Pulley given Torque Transmitted by Pulley
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Created
Tangential Force at End of Each Arm of Pulley given Bending Moment on Arm
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Created
Tangential Force at End of Each Arm of Pulley given Torque Transmitted by Pulley
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Created
Torque Transmitted by Pulley
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Created
Torque Transmitted by Pulley given Bending Moment on Arm
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Torque Transmitted by Pulley given Bending Stress in Arm
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ASME Code for Shaft Desgin
(4)
Created
Diameter of Shaft given Principle Shear Stress
Go
Created
Equivalent Bending Moment when Shaft is Subjected to Fluctuating Loads
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Created
Equivalent Torsional Moment when Shaft is Subjected to Fluctuating Loads
Go
Created
Principle Shear Stress Maximum Shear Stress Theory of Failure
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1 More ASME Code for Shaft Desgin Calculators
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Axial Load Capacity of Single Piles
(2)
Verified
Allowable Load using Safety Factors
Go
Verified
Pile Capacity
Go
3 More Axial Load Capacity of Single Piles Calculators
Go
Axially Loaded Steel Columns Design
(2)
Verified
Allowable Compression Stress given Slenderness Ratio
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Verified
Allowable Compression Stress when Slenderness Ratio is less than Cc
Go
1 More Axially Loaded Steel Columns Design Calculators
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Band Brakes
(8)
Created
Angle of Wrap given Tension on Loose Side of Band
Go
Created
Coefficient of Friction between Friction Lining and Brake Drum
Go
Created
Radius of Brake Drum given Torque Absorbed by Brake
Go
Created
Tension of Tight Side of Band
Go
Created
Tension on Loose Side of Band
Go
Created
Tension on Loose Side of Band given Torque Absorbed by Brake
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Created
Tension on Tight Side of Band given Torque Absorbed by Brake
Go
Created
Torque Absorbed by Brake
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Basic Formulas of Thermodynamics
(1)
Created
Degree of Freedom given Equipartition Energy
Go
15 More Basic Formulas of Thermodynamics Calculators
Go
Basics of HMT
(1)
Created
Heat Flux
Go
5 More Basics of HMT Calculators
Go
Basics of Physics
(1)
Verified
Distance Traveled
Go
14 More Basics of Physics Calculators
Go
Beams
(3)
Verified
Horizontal Shearing Stress in Rectangular Timber Beam given Notch in Lower Face
Go
Verified
Modified Total End Shear for Concentrated Loads
Go
Verified
Modified Total End Shear for Uniform Loading
Go
10 More Beams Calculators
Go
Bending Moment in Spiral Spring
(8)
Created
Bending Moment due to Force
Go
Created
Bending Moment due to Force given Angle of Rotation of Arbor with Respect to Drum
Go
Created
Bending Moment due to Force given Bending Stress induced in Spring
Go
Created
Bending Moment due to Force given Deflection of one End of Spring
Go
Created
Bending Moment given Strain Energy Stored in Spring
Go
Created
Deflection of one End of Spring with Respect to Other End
Go
Created
Distance of centre of Gravity of Spiral from outer end given Bending Moment due to Force
Go
Created
Distance of centre of Gravity of Spiral from outer end given Deflection of one End of Spring
Go
Block Brake
(12)
Created
Actual Coefficient of Friction given Equivalent Coefficient of Friction
Go
Created
Braking Torque when Brakes are Applied
Go
Created
Coefficient of Friction given Braking Torque
Go
Created
Distance from Center of Drum to Pivoted Shoe
Go
Created
Equivalent Coefficient of Friction in Block Brake with Long Shoe
Go
Created
Length of Block given Normal Reaction
Go
Created
Normal Reaction Force
Go
Created
Normal Reaction Force given Braking Torque
Go
Created
Permissible Pressure between Block and Brake Drum given Normal Reaction
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Created
Radius of Drum Brake given Braking Torque
Go
Created
Radius of Drum given Distance from Center of Drum to Pivoted Shoe
Go
Created
Width of Block given Normal Reaction Force
Go
Bolt Dimensions
(8)
Created
Core Diameter of Bolt given Maximum Tensile Stress in Bolt
Go
Created
Core Diameter of Bolt given Shear Area of Nut
Go
Created
Core Diameter of Bolt given Tensile Force on Bolt in Shear
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Created
Core Diameter of Bolt given Tensile Force on Bolt in Tension
Go
Created
Nominal Diameter of Bolt given Diameter of Hole inside Bolt
Go
Created
Nominal Diameter of Bolt given Height of Standard Nut
Go
Verified
Nominal Diameter of Bolt given Stiffness of Bolt
Go
Verified
Nominal Diameter of Bolt given Wrench Torque
Go
Bond and Anchorage for Reinforcing Bars
(2)
Verified
Beam Effective Depth given Bond Stress on Bar Surface
Go
Verified
Total Shear given Bond Stress on Bar Surface
Go
2 More Bond and Anchorage for Reinforcing Bars Calculators
Go
Butt Welds
(15)
Verified
Average Tensile Stress in Butt Weld
Go
Verified
Efficiency of Butt Welded Joint
Go
Created
Inner Diameter of Boiler given Thickness of Welded Boiler Shell
Go
Created
Internal Pressure in Boiler given Thickness of Welded Boiler Shell
Go
Verified
Length of Butt Weld given Average Tensile Stress in Weld
Go
Verified
Length of Butt Weld given Efficiency of Welded Joint
Go
Verified
Permissible Tensile Stress in Butt Weld
Go
Verified
Permissible Tensile Stress in Butt Weld given Efficiency of Welded joint
Go
Verified
Tensile Force on Butt Welded Plates given Thickness of Plate
Go
Verified
Tensile Force on Plates given Average Tensile Stress in Butt Weld
Go
Verified
Tensile Force on Plates given Efficiency of Butt Welded Joint
Go
Created
Tensile Stress in Boiler Butt Weld given Thickness of Boiler Shell
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Verified
Thickness of Plate given Efficiency of Butt Welded Joint
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Created
Thickness of Welded Boiler Shell given Stress in Weld
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Verified
Throat of Butt Weld given Average Tensile Stress
Go
1 More Butt Welds Calculators
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Calculation of Deflection
(8)
Verified
Deflection for Channel or Z Bar when Load in Middle
Go
Verified
Deflection for Channel or Z Bar when Load is Distributed
Go
Verified
Deflection for Deck Beam given Load in Middle
Go
Verified
Deflection for Hollow Cylinder when Load in Middle
Go
Verified
Deflection for Hollow Cylinder when Load is Distributed
Go
Verified
Deflection for Hollow Rectangle when Load is Distributed
Go
Verified
Deflection for Solid Cylinder when Load in Middle
Go
Verified
Deflection for Solid Cylinder when Load is Distributed
Go
8 More Calculation of Deflection Calculators
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Cast Iron Columns Design
(2)
Verified
Critical Slenderness Ratio for Cast Iron Columns
Go
Verified
Ultimate Load per Area for Cast Iron Columns
Go
1 More Cast Iron Columns Design Calculators
Go
Castigliano's Theorem for Deflection in Complex Structures
(14)
Created
Cross-sectional Area of Rod given Strain Energy stored in Rod
Go
Created
Force Applied on Rod given Strain Energy Stored in Tension Rod
Go
Created
Length of Rod given Strain Energy Stored
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Created
Length of Shaft given Strain Energy Stored in Shaft Subjected to Bending Moment
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Created
Length of Shaft when Strain Energy in Shaft Subjected to External Torque
Go
Created
Modulus of Elasticity given Strain Energy Stored in Shaft Subjected to Bending Moment
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Created
Modulus of Elasticity of Rod given Strain Energy Stored
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Created
Modulus of Rigidity of Rod given Strain Energy in Rod
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Created
Moment of Inertia of Shaft when Strain Energy Stored in Shaft Subjected to Bending Moment
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Created
Polar Moment of Inertia of Rod given Strain Energy in Rod
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Created
Strain Energy in Rod when it is Subjected to External Torque
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Created
Strain Energy Stored in Rod Subjected to Bending Moment
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Created
Strain Energy Stored in Tension Rod
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Created
Torque given Strain Energy in Rod Subjected to External Torque
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Check for Stress in Beams
(9)
Created
Distance from Neutral Axis to Compressive Reinforcing Steel
Go
Created
Distance from Neutral Axis to Face of Concrete
Go
Created
Distance from Neutral Axis to Tensile Reinforcing Steel
Go
Created
Moment of Inertia of Transformed Beam Section
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Created
Total Bending Moment given Unit Stress in Extreme Fiber of Concrete
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Created
Total Bending Moment given Unit Stress in Tensile Reinforcing Steel
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Created
Unit Stress in Compressive Reinforcing Steel
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Created
Unit Stress in Extreme Fiber of Concrete
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Unit Stress in Tensile Reinforcing Steel
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Chip Control
(12)
Verified
Chip Thickness
Go
Verified
Chip Thickness given Cutting Ratio
Go
Verified
Cross Sectional Area of Uncut chip using Specific Cutting energy in Machining
Go
Verified
Cutting Ratio
Go
Verified
Density of Workpiece given Thickness of Chip
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Verified
Length of Chip using Thickness of Chip
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Verified
Length of Shear Plane of Chip
Go
Verified
Mass of Chip given Thickness of Chip
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Verified
Metal Removal Rate given Specific Cutting Energy
Go
Verified
Undeformed Chip Thickness using Cutting Ratio
Go
Verified
Undeformed Chip Thickness using Length of Shear Plane of Chip
Go
Verified
Width of Chip given Thickness of Chip
Go
14 More Chip Control Calculators
Go
Circular Columns
(1)
Verified
Ultimate Strength for Short, Circular Members when Governed by Compression
Go
2 More Circular Columns Calculators
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Closed System Work
(1)
Created
Isothermal Work Done by Gas
Go
8 More Closed System Work Calculators
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Collar Friction
(5)
Verified
Coefficient of Friction at Collar of Screw according to Uniform Pressure Theory
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Verified
Coefficient of Friction at Collar of Screw according to Uniform Wear Theory
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Verified
Collar Friction Torque for Screw according to Uniform Wear Theory
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Verified
Load on Screw given Collar Friction Torque according to Uniform Pressure Theory
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Verified
Load on Screw given Collar Friction Torque according to Uniform Wear Theory
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1 More Collar Friction Calculators
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Column Base Plate Design
(3)
Verified
Nominal Bearing Strength of Concrete
Go
Verified
Projection of Base Plate beyond Flange and Parallel to Web
Go
Verified
Specified Compressive Strength of Concrete using Nominal Bearing Strength
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12 More Column Base Plate Design Calculators
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Column Strength when Compression Governs
(2)
Verified
Ultimate Strength for No Compression Reinforcement
Go
Verified
Ultimate Strength for Symmetrical Reinforcement in Single Layers
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Columns
(5)
Verified
Allowable Unit Stress on Timber Columns for Single Member
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Verified
Allowable Unit Stress on Timber Columns of Circular Cross Section
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Verified
Allowable Unit Stress on Timber Columns of Square or Rectangular Cross Section
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Verified
Elasticity Modulus given Allowable Unit Stress of Square or Rectangular Timber Columns
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Verified
Elasticity Modulus using Allowable Unit Stress of Circular Timber Columns
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1 More Columns Calculators
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Columns With Eccentric Load
(2)
Verified
Modulus of Elasticity given Deflection at Free End of Column with Eccentric Load
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Verified
Moment of Inertia given Deflection at Free End of Column with Eccentric Load
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14 More Columns With Eccentric Load Calculators
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Combined Axial and Bending Loads
(9)
Created
Axial Load given Maximum Stress for Short Beams
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Cross-Sectional Area given Maximum Stress for Short Beams
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Deflection for Axial Compression and Bending
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Deflection for Transverse Loading given Deflection for Axial Bending
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Maximum Bending Moment given Maximum Stress for Short Beams
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Maximum Stress for Short Beams
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Maximum Stress in Short Beams for Large Deflection
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Neutral Axis Moment of Inertia given Maximum Stress for Short Beams
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Neutral Axis to Outermost Fiber Distance given Maximum Stress for Short Beams
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10 More Combined Axial and Bending Loads Calculators
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Composite Columns
(3)
Created
Design Strength of Axially Loaded Composite Column
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Verified
Design Strength of Concrete for Direct Bearing
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Gross Area of Steel Core given Design Strength of Axially Loaded Composite Column
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1 More Composite Columns Calculators
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Concentric Springs
(10)
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Axial Force transmitted by Outer Spring
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Cross-Sectional Area of Inner Spring given Axial force transmitted
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Cross-sectional Area of Inner Spring Wire
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Cross-sectional Area of Outer Spring given Axial force transmitted
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Cross-sectional Area of Outer Spring Wire
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Radial Clearance between Concentric Springs
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Wire Diameter of Inner Spring given Axial Force transmitted by Outer Spring
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Wire Diameter of Inner Spring given Radial Clearance between Springs
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Wire Diameter of Outer Spring given Axial Force transmitted by Outer Spring
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Wire Diameter of Outer Spring given Radial Clearance between Springs
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1 More Concentric Springs Calculators
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Continuous Beams
(3)
Created
Absolute Value of Maximum Moment in Unbraced Beam Segment
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Verified
Condition for Maximum Moment in Interior Spans of Beams with Plastic Hinge
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Verified
Ultimate Load for Continuous Beam
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1 More Continuous Beams Calculators
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Cooling Loads
(7)
Verified
Air infiltration rate into room (CFM)
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Equipment Total Cooling Load
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Verified
Sensible Cooling load due to Equipment
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Sensible Cooling Load due to infiltrating air
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Sensible Cooling load from ventilation air
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Verified
Total Cooling Load due to Equipment
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Total heat removed from ventilation air
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5 More Cooling Loads Calculators
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Core Design Parameters
(28)
Created
Actual Number of Teeth on Gear given Virtual Number of Teeth
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Addendum Circle Diameter of Gear
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Addendum Circle Diameter of Gear given Pitch Circle Diameter
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Addendum of Gear given Addendum Circle Diameter
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Angular Velocity of Gear given Speed Ratio
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Angular Velocity of Pinion given Speed Ratio
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Center to Center distance between Two Gears
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Dedendum Circle Diameter of Gear given Pitch Circle Diameter
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Normal Module of Helical Gear
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Normal Module of Helical Gear given Addendum Circle Diameter
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Normal Module of Helical Gear given Center to Center Distance between Two Gears
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Normal Module of Helical Gear given Pitch Circle Diameter
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Normal Module of Helical Gear given Virtual Number of Teeth
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Number of Teeth on First Gear given Center to Center Distance between Two Gears
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Number of Teeth on Gear given Addendum Circle Diameter
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Number of Teeth on Gear given Pitch Circle Diameter
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Number of Teeth on Helical Gear given Speed Ratio for Helical Gears
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Number of Teeth on Pinion given Speed Ratio
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Number of Teeth on Second Helical Gear given Center to Center Distance between Two Gears
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Pitch Circle Diameter of Gear given Addendum Circle Diameter
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Pitch Circle Diameter of Gear given Dedendum Circle Diameter
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Pitch Circle Diameter of Gear given Radius of Curvature at Point
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Pitch Circle Diameter of Helical Gear
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Speed Ratio for Helical Gears
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Transverse Module of Helical Gear given Normal Module
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Transverse Module of Helical Gear given Transverse Diametrical Pitch
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Virtual Number of Teeth on Helical Gear
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Virtual Number of Teeth on Helical Gear given Actual Number of Teeth
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Crossed Belt Drives
(5)
Created
Belt Length for Cross Belt Drive
Go
Created
Center Distance given Wrap Angle for Small Pulley of Cross Belt Drive
Go
Created
Diameter of Big Pulley given Wrap Angle for Small Pulley of Cross Belt Drive
Go
Created
Diameter of Small Pulley given Wrap Angle for Small Pulley of Cross Belt Drive
Go
Created
Wrap Angle for Small Pulley of Cross Belt Drive
Go
Current
(2)
Verified
Armature Current of Series DC Generator given Torque
Go
Verified
Armature Current of Series DC Generator using Terminal Voltage
Go
3 More Current Calculators
Go
Current
(1)
Verified
Field Current of DC Shunt Generator
Go
2 More Current Calculators
Go
Current
(3)
Verified
Armature Current of Shunt DC Motor given Input Power
Go
Verified
Armature Current of Shunt DC Motor given Torque
Go
Verified
Armature Current of Shunt DC Motor given Voltage
Go
1 More Current Calculators
Go
Current
(4)
Verified
Armature Current of Series DC Motor
Go
Verified
Armature Current of Series DC Motor given Input Power
Go
Verified
Armature Current of Series DC Motor given Speed
Go
Verified
Armature Current of Series DC Motor using Voltage
Go
Current
(5)
Verified
Armature Current of Synchronous Motor given 3 Phase Mechanical Power
Go
Verified
Armature Current of Synchronous Motor given Input Power
Go
Verified
Armature Current of Synchronous Motor given Mechanical Power
Go
Verified
Load Current of Synchronous Motor given 3 Phase Mechanical Power
Go
Verified
Load Current of Synchronous Motor using 3 Phase Input Power
Go
Current
(2)
Verified
C-Phase Current using Fault Impedance (LLF)
Go
Verified
Negative Sequence Current(LLF)
Go
8 More Current Calculators
Go
Current
(1)
Verified
Negative Sequence Current using Negative Sequence Voltage (LLGF)
Go
15 More Current Calculators
Go
Current
(5)
Verified
Receiving End Current using Sending End Angle (STL)
Go
Verified
Receiving End Current using Transmission Efficiency (STL)
Go
Verified
Sending End Current using Losses (STL)
Go
Verified
Sending End Current using Sending End Power (STL)
Go
Verified
Sending End Current using Transmission Efficiency (STL)
Go
4 More Current Calculators
Go
Current
(1)
Verified
Rotor Current in Induction Motor
Go
4 More Current Calculators
Go
Current & Voltage
(3)
Verified
Maximum Voltage using K(Two-Wire One Conductor Earthed)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Line Losses(Two-Wire One Conductor Earthed)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Volume(Two-Wire One Conductor Earthed)
Go
2 More Current & Voltage Calculators
Go
Current & Voltage
(2)
Verified
Load Current(Two-Wire Mid-Point Earthed)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage (Two-Wire Mid-Point Earthed)
Go
4 More Current & Voltage Calculators
Go
Current & Voltage
(8)
Verified
Load Current using Area of X-Section(2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
Load Current using Line Losses (2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
Load Current(2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Line Losses (2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Load Current (2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Area of X-Section(2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Line Losses (2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Load Current (2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
Go
2 More Current & Voltage Calculators
Go
Current & Voltage
(10)
Verified
Load Current using Area of X-Section(Single-Phase Three-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
Load Current using Line Losses (Single-Phase Three-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Area of X-Section(Single-Phase Three-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Line Losses (Single-Phase Three-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Load Current (Single-Phase Three-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Volume of Conductor Material (Single-Phase Three-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage(Single-Phase Three-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Area of X-Section(Single-Phase Three-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Line Losses (Single-Phase Three-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Load Current (Single-Phase Three-Wire OS)
Go
1 More Current & Voltage Calculators
Go
Current & Voltage
(5)
Verified
Load Current(3-Phase 3-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Load Current(3-Phase 3-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage(3-Phase 3-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
Resistance(3-Phase 3-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Area of X-Section(3-Phase 3-Wire OS)
Go
3 More Current & Voltage Calculators
Go
Current & Voltage
(4)
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Area of X-Section(3-Phase 4-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Load Current (3-Phase 4-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Volume of Conductor Material (3-Phase 4-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage(3-Phase 4-Wire OS)
Go
3 More Current & Voltage Calculators
Go
Current & Voltage
(8)
Verified
Load Current in Each Outer (Two-Phase Three-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
Load Current using Area of X-Section(Two-Phase Three-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Line Losses (Two-Phase Three-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Volume of Conductor Material (Two-Phase Three-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage(Two-Phase Three-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Area of X-Section(Two-Phase Three-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Line Losses (Two-Phase Three-Wire OS)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Load Current (Two-Phase Three-Wire OS)
Go
4 More Current & Voltage Calculators
Go
Current & Voltage
(6)
Verified
Load Current using Area of X-Section(Single Phase Two Wire OS)
Go
Verified
Load Current using Line Losses (Single Phase Two Wire OS)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Area of X-Section(Single Phase Two Wire OS)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Load Current (Single Phase Two Wire OS)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Area of X-Section(Single Phase Two Wire OS)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Load Current (Single Phase Two Wire OS)
Go
1 More Current & Voltage Calculators
Go
Current & Voltage
(6)
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Area of X-section(Single-Phase Two-Wire Mid-Point Earthed OS)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Line Losses (Single-Phase Two-Wire Mid-Point OS)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Load Current (Single-Phase Two-Wire Mid-Point OS)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Area of X-Section(Single-Phase Two-Wire Mid-Point Earthed OS)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Line Losses (Single-Phase Two-Wire Mid-Point OS)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Load Current (Single-Phase Two-Wire Mid-Point OS)
Go
2 More Current & Voltage Calculators
Go
Current & Voltage
(5)
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Load Current (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Volume of Conductor Material (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Area of X-Section (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Constant (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Volume of Conductor Material (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
Go
12 More Current & Voltage Calculators
Go
Current & Voltage
(5)
Verified
Receiving End Current using Sending End Current (LTL)
Go
Verified
Receiving End Current using Sending End Voltage (LTL)
Go
Verified
Receiving End Voltage using Sending End Current (LTL)
Go
Verified
Sending End Current (LTL)
Go
Verified
Sending End Voltage (LTL)
Go
Current & Voltage
(7)
Verified
Load Current (3 Phase 4 Wire US)
Go
Verified
Load Current using Line Losses (3 Phase 4 Wire US)
Go
Verified
Load Current using Volume of Conductor Material (3 Phase 4 Wire US)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Area of X-Section (3 Phase 4 Wire US)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Line Losses (3 Phase 4 Wire US)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Load Current (3 Phase 4 Wire US)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Volume of Conductor Material (3 Phase 4 Wire US)
Go
Current & Voltage
(10)
Verified
Current using Line Losses (3-Phase 3-Wire US)
Go
Verified
Load Current Per Phase (3-Phase 3-Wire US)
Go
Verified
Load Current using Line Losses (DC Three-Wire US)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Area of X-Section (3-Phase 3-Wire US)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Area of X-Section (DC Three-Wire US)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Line Losses (DC Three-Wire US)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Volume of Conductor Material (3-Phase 3-Wire US)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage Per Phase (3-Phase 3-Wire US)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Area of X-Section (3-Phase 3-Wire US)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Load Current Per Phase (3-Phase 3-Wire US)
Go
4 More Current & Voltage Calculators
Go
Current & Voltage
(10)
Verified
Current in Each Outer (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
Go
Verified
Current in Each Outer using Current in Neutral Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
Go
Verified
Current in Neutral Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
Go
Verified
Current in Neutral Wire using Current in Each Outer (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Line Losses (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Volume of Conductor Material (2-phase 3-wire US)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage between Outer and Neutral Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Current in Each Outer (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Current in Neutral Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Line Losses (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
Go
4 More Current & Voltage Calculators
Go
Current & Voltage
(7)
Verified
Load Current using Area of X-section (1 Phase 3 Wire US)
Go
Verified
Load Current using Line Losses (1 Phase 3 Wire US)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Area of X-section (1 Phase 3 Wire US)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Line Losses (1 Phase 3 Wire US)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Load Current (1 Phase 3 Wire US)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Area of X-section (1 Phase 3 Wire US)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Line Losses (1 Phase 3 Wire US)
Go
3 More Current & Voltage Calculators
Go
Current & Voltage
(8)
Verified
Load Current (1-Phase 2-Wire Mid-Point Earthed)
Go
Verified
Load Current using Line Losses (1-Phase 2-Wire Mid-Point Earthed)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Area of X-Section (1-Phase 2-Wire Mid-Point Earthed)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Line Losses (1-Phase 2-Wire Mid-Point Earthed)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Load Current (1-Phase 2-Wire Mid-Point Earthed)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Area of X-Section (1-Phase 2-Wire Mid-Point Earthed)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Line Losses (1-Phase 2-Wire Mid-Point Earthed)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Load Current (1-Phase 2-Wire Mid-Point Earthed)
Go
Current & Voltage
(9)
Verified
Load Current (2 Phase 4 Wire US)
Go
Verified
Load Current using Area of X-Section (2 Phase 4 Wire US)
Go
Verified
Load Current using Line Losses (2 Phase 4 Wire US)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Area of X-Section (2 Phase 4 Wire US)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Line Losses (2 Phase 4 Wire US)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Load Current (2 Phase 4 Wire US)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Area of X-Section (2 Phase 4 Wire US)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Line Losses (2 Phase 4 Wire US)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Load Current (2 Phase 4 Wire US)
Go
1 More Current & Voltage Calculators
Go
Current & Voltage
(5)
Verified
Load Current (2-Wire Mid-Point DC US)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Area of X-Section (2-Wire Mid-Point Earthed DC US)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Load Current (2-Wire Mid-Point DC US)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Volume of Conductor Material (2-Wire Mid-Point DC US)
Go
Verified
RMS Voltage using Area of X-Section (2-Wire Mid-Point Earthed DC US)
Go
Current & Voltage
(3)
Verified
Load Current using Line Losses (DC Two-Wire US)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Area of X-Section (DC Two-Wire US)
Go
Verified
Maximum Voltage using Line Losses (DC Two-Wire US)
Go
Cutting Force and Surface Roughness
(4)
Verified
Cutting Force given Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining
Go
Verified
Cutting Force given Specific Cutting Energy in Machining
Go
Verified
Force required to remove Chip and acting on Tool Face
Go
Verified
Resultant Cutting Force using Force required to remove Chip
Go
17 More Cutting Force and Surface Roughness Calculators
Go
Cutting Operation
(7)
Verified
Average Material Removal Rate given Depth of Cut
Go
Verified
Average Material Removal Rate given Depth of Cut for Boring Operation
Go
Verified
Average Material Removal Rate using Uncut Chip Cross-Section Area
Go
Verified
Energy per Unit Material Removal given Efficiency of Motor Drive System
Go
Verified
Mean Cutting Speed
Go
Verified
Overall Efficiency of Machine Tool and Motor Drive System
Go
Verified
Power required for Machining Operation
Go
3 More Cutting Operation Calculators
Go
DC Generator Characteristics
(6)
Verified
Armature Power in DC Generator
Go
Verified
Armature Resistance of DC Generator using Output Voltage
Go
Verified
Core Losses of DC Generator given Converted Power
Go
Verified
Induced Armature Voltage of DC Generator given Converted Power
Go
Verified
Mechanical Efficiency of DC Generator using Armature Voltage
Go
Verified
Stray Losses of DC Generator given Converted Power
Go
11 More DC Generator Characteristics Calculators
Go
DC Machine Characterstics
(6)
Verified
Angular Speed of DC Machine using Kf
Go
Verified
Armature Induced Voltage of DC Machine given Kf
Go
Verified
Electrical Efficiency of DC Machine
Go
Verified
Input Power of DC Motor
Go
Verified
Magnetic Flux of DC Machine given Torque
Go
Verified
Output Power of DC Machine
Go
10 More DC Machine Characterstics Calculators
Go
DC Motor Characteristics
(20)
Verified
Angular Speed given Electrical Efficiency of DC Motor
Go
Verified
Armature Current given Electrical Efficiency of DC Motor
Go
Verified
Armature Current of DC Motor
Go
Verified
Armature Torque given Electrical Efficiency of DC Motor
Go
Verified
Armature Torque given Mechanical Efficiency of DC Motor
Go
Verified
Constant Losses given Mechanical Loss
Go
Verified
Converted Power given Electrical Efficiency of DC Motor
Go
Verified
Core Loss given Mechanical Loss of DC Motor
Go
Verified
Electrical Efficiency of DC Motor
Go
Verified
Input Power given Electrical Efficiency of DC Motor
Go
Verified
Mechanical Efficiency of DC Motor
Go
Verified
Motor Speed of DC Motor given Flux
Go
Verified
Motor Torque given Mechanical Efficiency of DC Motor
Go
Verified
Motor Torque of Series DC Motor given Machine Constant
Go
Verified
Output Power given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
Go
Verified
Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
Go
Verified
Overall Efficiency of DC Motor given Input Power
Go
Verified
Supply Voltage given Electrical Efficiency of DC Motor
Go
Verified
Supply Voltage given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
Go
Verified
Total Power Loss given Overall Efficiency of DC Motor
Go
6 More DC Motor Characteristics Calculators
Go
Design of Coupling
(9)
Created
Equivalent Stress by Distortion Energy Theory
Go
Created
Factor of Safety for Bi-Axial State of Stress
Go
Created
Factor of Safety for Tri-axial State of Stress
Go
Created
Permissible Shear Stress for Cotter
Go
Created
Permissible Shear Stress for Spigot
Go
Created
Polar Moment of Inertia of Hollow Circular Shaft
Go
Created
Polar Moment of Inertia of Solid Circular Shaft
Go
Created
Stress Amplitude
Go
Created
Tensile Stress in Spigot
Go
Design of Hollow Shaft
(23)
Created
Angle of Twist of Hollow Shaft on Basis of Torsional Rigidity
Go
Created
Axial Tensile Force given Tensile Stress in Hollow Shaft
Go
Created
Bending Moment given Bending Stress in Hollow Shaft
Go
Created
Bending Stress in Hollow Shaft
Go
Created
Inner Diameter of Hollow Shaft given Ratio of Diameters
Go
Created
Length of Shaft given Angle of Twist of Hollow Shaft on Basis of Torsional Rigidity
Go
Created
Modulus of Rigidity given Angle of Twist of Hollow Shaft on basis of Torsional Rigidity
Go
Created
Outer Diameter given Ratio of Diameters
Go
Created
Outer Diameter of Hollow Shaft given Angle of Twist Torsional Rigidity
Go
Created
Outer Diameter of Hollow Shaft given Bending Stress of Hollow Shaft
Go
Created
Outer Diameter of Hollow Shaft given Principle Stress
Go
Created
Outer Diameter of Shaft given Torsional Shear Stress
Go
Created
Principle Stress Maximum Principle Stress Theory
Go
Created
Ratio of Diameter given Torsional Shear Stress in Hollow Shaft
Go
Created
Ratio of Diameters given Angle of Twist of Hollow Shaft and Torsional Rigidity
Go
Created
Ratio of Diameters given Bending Stress of Hollow Shaft
Go
Created
Ratio of Diameters given Principle Stress
Go
Created
Ratio of Diameters given Tensile Stress in Hollow Shaft
Go
Created
Ratio of Inner Diameter to Outer Diameter
Go
Created
Tensile Stress in Hollow Shaft when Subjected to Axial Force
Go
Created
Torsional Moment given Angle of Twist on Basis of Torsional Rigidity
Go
Created
Torsional Moment given Torsional Shear Stress in Hollow Shaft
Go
Created
Torsional Shear Stress when Shaft is Subjected to Pure Torsional Moment
Go
Design of Kennedy Key
(9)
Created
Compressive Stress in Kennedy Key
Go
Created
Diameter of Shaft given Compressive Stress in Kennedy Key
Go
Created
Diameter of Shaft given Shear Stress in Kennedy Key
Go
Created
Length of Kennedy Key given Compressive Stress in Key
Go
Created
Length of Kennedy Key given Shear Stress in Key
Go
Created
Shear Stress in Kennedy Key
Go
Created
Torque Transmitted by Kennedy Key given Compressive Stress in Key
Go
Created
Torque Transmitted by Kennedy Key given Shear Stress in Key
Go
Created
Width of Key given Compressive Stress in Key
Go
Design of Screw and Nut
(32)
Verified
Axial Load on Screw given Direct Compressive Stress
Go
Verified
Axial Load on Screw given Transverse Shear Stress
Go
Verified
Axial Load on Screw given Transverse Shear Stress at Root of Nut
Go
Verified
Axial Load on Screw given Unit Bearing Pressure
Go
Verified
Bearing Area between Screw and Nut for One Thread
Go
Created
Core Diameter of Power Screw
Go
Verified
Core Diameter of Screw given Direct Compressive Stress
Go
Verified
Core Diameter of Screw given Torsional Shear Stress
Go
Verified
Core Diameter of Screw given Transverse Shear Stress in Screw
Go
Verified
Core Diameter of Screw given Unit Bearing Pressure
Go
Verified
Direct Compressive Stress in Screw
Go
Created
Helix Angle of Thread
Go
Created
Lead of Screw given Helix angle
Go
Verified
Lead of Screw given Overall Efficiency
Go
Created
Mean Diameter of Power Screw
Go
Created
Mean diameter of Screw given Helix Angle
Go
Created
Nominal Diameter of Power Screw
Go
Created
Nominal Diameter of Power Screw given Mean Diameter
Go
Verified
Nominal Diameter of Screw given Transverse Shear Stress at Root of Nut
Go
Verified
Nominal Diameter of Screw given Unit Bearing Pressure
Go
Verified
Number of Threads in Engagement with Nut given Transverse Shear Stress
Go
Verified
Number of Threads in Engagement with Nut given Transverse Shear Stress at Root of Nut
Go
Verified
Overall Efficiency of Power Screw
Go
Created
Pitch of Power Screw
Go
Created
Pitch of Screw given Mean Diameter
Go
Verified
Thread Thickness at Core Diameter of Screw given Transverse Shear Stress
Go
Verified
Thread Thickness at Root of Nut given Transverse Shear Stress at Root of Nut
Go
Verified
Torsional Moment in Screw given Torsional Shear Stress
Go
Verified
Torsional Shear Stress of Screw
Go
Verified
Transverse Shear Stress at Root of Nut
Go
Verified
Transverse Shear Stress in Screw
Go
Verified
Unit Bearing Pressure for Thread
Go
1 More Design of Screw and Nut Calculators
Go
Design of Short Column under Axial Compression
(3)
Verified
Allowable Bond Stress for Horizontal Tension Bars of Sizes and Deformations Conforming to ASTM A 408
Go
Verified
Concrete Compressive Strength given Total Allowable Axial Load
Go
Verified
Total Allowable Axial Load for Short Columns
Go
4 More Design of Short Column under Axial Compression Calculators
Go
Design of Splines
(9)
Created
Major Diameter of Spline given Mean Radius
Go
Created
Mean Radius of Splines
Go
Created
Mean Radius of Splines given Torque Transmitting Capacity
Go
Created
Minor Diameter of Spline given Mean Radius
Go
Created
Permissible Pressure on Splines given Torque Transmitting Capacity
Go
Created
Torque Transmitting Capacity of Splines
Go
Created
Torque Transmitting Capacity of Splines given Diameter of Splines
Go
Created
Total Area of Splines
Go
Created
Total Area of Splines given Torque Transmitting Capacity
Go
Design of Square and Flat Keys
(13)
Created
Compressive Stress in Key
Go
Created
Compressive Stress in Square Key due to Transmitted Torque
Go
Created
Force on Key
Go
Created
Height of Key given Compressive Stress in Key
Go
Created
Length of Key given Compressive Stress in Key
Go
Created
Length of Key given Shear Stress
Go
Created
Shaft Diameter given Compressive Stress in Key
Go
Created
Shaft Diameter given Force on Key
Go
Created
Shear Stress in given Force on Key
Go
Created
Shear Stress in Key given Torque Transmitted
Go
Created
Torque Transmitted by Keyed Shaft given Force on Keys
Go
Created
Torque Transmitted by Keyed Shaft given Stress in Key
Go
Created
Width of Key given Shear Stress in Key
Go
1 More Design of Square and Flat Keys Calculators
Go
Design Under Axial Compression with Biaxial Bending
(3)
Verified
Column Diameter given Maximum Permissible Eccentricity for Spiral Columns
Go
Verified
Maximum Permissible Eccentricity for Spiral Columns
Go
Verified
Maximum Permissible Eccentricity for Tied Columns
Go
7 More Design Under Axial Compression with Biaxial Bending Calculators
Go
Disk Brakes
(12)
Created
Actuating Force
Go
Created
Actuating Force given Torque Capacity of Disk Brake
Go
Created
Angular Dimension of Pad given Area of Brake Pad
Go
Created
Area of Brake Pad
Go
Created
Area of Pad given Actuating Force
Go
Created
Average Pressure given Actuating Force
Go
Created
Coefficient of Friction given Torque Capacity of Disk Brake
Go
Created
Friction Radius given Torque Capacity of Disk Brake
Go
Created
Friction Radius of Disk Brake
Go
Created
Inner Radius of Brake Pad given Area of Brake Pad
Go
Created
Outer Radius of Brake Pad given Area of Brake Pad
Go
Created
Torque Capacity of Disk Brake
Go
Distortion Energy Theory
(1)
Created
Shear Yield Strength by Maximum Distortion Energy Theory
Go
12 More Distortion Energy Theory Calculators
Go
Doubly Reinforced Rectangular Sections
(3)
Created
Bending Moment given Total Cross-Sectional Area of Tensile Reinforcing
Go
Created
Cross-Sectional Area of Compressive Reinforcing
Go
Created
Total Cross-Sectional Area of Tensile Reinforcing
Go
Drawing Operation
(1)
Verified
Percent Reduction after Drawing
Go
4 More Drawing Operation Calculators
Go
Drilling Operation
(4)
Verified
Machining Time for Drilling Operation
Go
Verified
Material Removal Rate during Drilling Operation
Go
Verified
Material Removal Rate during Drilling Operation using Feed
Go
Verified
Material Removal Rate during Drilling Operation when Enlarging Existing Hole
Go
3 More Drilling Operation Calculators
Go
Dynamic and Equivalent Load
(7)
Created
Axial Thrust Load on Bearing given Equivalent Dynamic Load
Go
Created
Equivalent Dynamic Load for Back to Back Bearings when subjected to Pure Radial Load
Go
Created
Equivalent Dynamic Load for Back to Back Bearings when subjected to Pure Thrust Load
Go
Created
Race Rotation Factor for Bearing given Radial Factor
Go
Created
Radial Factor of Bearing given Equivalent Dynamic Load
Go
Created
Radial Load of Bearing given Radial Factor
Go
Created
Thrust Factor on Bearing given Equivalent Dynamic Load
Go
8 More Dynamic and Equivalent Load Calculators
Go
Dynamic Force Equations
(1)
Created
Force in Direction of Jet Striking Stationary Vertical Plate
Go
4 More Dynamic Force Equations Calculators
Go
Eccentric Load in Plane of Welds
(10)
Created
Couple on Weld given Torsional Shear Stress in Throat Area of Weld
Go
Created
Distance of point in Weld from Center of Gravity given Torsional Shear Stress
Go
Created
Length of Weld given Polar Moment of Inertia of Weld about its Center of Gravity
Go
Created
Load acting on Weld given Primary Stress
Go
Created
Polar Moment of Inertia of Weld about Center of Gravity
Go
Created
Polar Moment of Inertia of Weld about Center of Gravity given Torsional Shear Stress
Go
Created
Primary Shear Stress in Weld
Go
Created
Throat Area of Weld given Polar Moment of Inertia of Weld about Center
Go
Created
Throat Area of Weld given Primary Shear Stress
Go
Created
Torsional Shear Stress in Throat Area of Weld
Go
Eccentric Loading
(18)
Created
Critical Buckling Load given Deflection in Eccentric Loading
Go
Created
Cross-Sectional Area given Radius of Gyration in Eccentric Loading
Go
Created
Cross-Sectional Area given Total Stress is where Load doesn't lie on Plane
Go
Created
Cross-Sectional Area given Total Unit Stress in Eccentric Loading
Go
Created
Deflection in Eccentric Loading
Go
Created
Distance from XX to outermost fiber given Total Stress where Load doesn't lie on Plane
Go
Created
Distance from YY to outermost fiber given Total Stress where Load doesn't lie on Plane
Go
Created
Eccentricity given Deflection in Eccentric Loading
Go
Created
Eccentricity w.r.t axis XX given Total Stress where Load doesn't lie on Plane
Go
Created
Eccentricity wrt axis YY given Total Stress where Load doesn't lie on Plane
Go
Created
Load for Deflection in Eccentric Loading
Go
Created
Moment of Inertia about XX given Total Stress where Load doesn't lie on Plane
Go
Created
Moment of Inertia about YY given Total Stress where Load doesn't lie on Plane
Go
Created
Moment of Inertia given Radius of Gyration in Eccentric Loading
Go
Created
Moment of Inertia of Cross-Section given Total Unit Stress in Eccentric Loading
Go
Created
Radius of Gyration in Eccentric Loading
Go
Created
Total Stress in Eccentric Loading when Load doesn't lie on Plane
Go
Created
Total Unit Stress in Eccentric Loading
Go
Eccentric Loads on Columns
(3)
Verified
Maximum Stress for Circular Cross-Section Columns
Go
Verified
Maximum Stress for Rectangular Cross-Section Column
Go
Created
Thickness of Wall for Hollow Octagon
Go
4 More Eccentric Loads on Columns Calculators
Go
Elastic Flexural Buckling of Columns
(2)
Verified
Axial Buckling Load for Warped Section
Go
Verified
Polar Moment of Inertia for Pin Ended Columns
Go
5 More Elastic Flexural Buckling of Columns Calculators
Go
Elastic Lateral Buckling of Beams
(6)
Created
Absolute Value of Moment at Centerline of Unbraced Beam Segment
Go
Created
Absolute Value of Moment at Quarter Point of Unbraced Beam Segment
Go
Created
Absolute Value of Moment at Three-Quarter Point of Unbraced Beam Segment
Go
Created
Critical Bending Coefficient
Go
Created
Critical Bending Moment for Simply Supported Open Section Beam
Go
Created
Critical Bending Moment in Non-Uniform Bending
Go
5 More Elastic Lateral Buckling of Beams Calculators
Go
End Condenser Method in Medium Line
(6)
Verified
Admittance using A Parameter in End Condenser Method
Go
Verified
Medium Line A Parameter (LEC)
Go
Verified
Receiving End Angle using Sending End Power in End Condenser Method
Go
Verified
Receiving End Current in End Condenser Method
Go
Verified
Sending End Current in End Condenser Method
Go
Verified
Sending End Current using Impedance in End Condenser Method
Go
11 More End Condenser Method in Medium Line Calculators
Go
Energy and Thermal Equation
(19)
Created
Brake Drum Rotational Angle given Work Done by Brake
Go
Created
Braking Torque given Work Done by Brake
Go
Created
Final Angular Velocity of Body given Kinetic Energy of Rotating Body
Go
Created
Final Velocity given Kinetic Energy Absorbed by Brakes
Go
Created
Initial Angular Velocity of Body given Kinetic Energy of Rotating Body
Go
Created
Initial Velocity of System given Kinetic Energy Absorbed by Brakes
Go
Created
Kinetic Energy Absorbed by Brake
Go
Created
Kinetic energy of Rotating Body
Go
Created
Mass of Brake Drum Assembly given Temperature Rise of Brake Drum Assembly
Go
Created
Mass of System given Kinetic Energy Absorbed by Brakes
Go
Created
Mass of System given Kinetic Energy of Rotating Body
Go
Created
Mass of System given Potential Energy Absorbed during Braking Period
Go
Created
Moment of Inertia of System given Kinetic Energy of Rotating Body
Go
Created
Potential Energy Absorbed during Braking Period
Go
Created
Radius of Gyration given Kinetic Energy of Rotating Body
Go
Created
Specific Heat of Brake Drum Material given Temperature Rise of Brake Drum Assembly
Go
Created
Temperature Rise of Brake Drum Assembly
Go
Created
Total Energy Absorbed by Brake
Go
Created
Total Energy Absorbed by Brake given Temperature Rise of Brake Drum Assembly
Go
Entropy Generation
(4)
Created
Entropy using Helmholtz Free Energy
Go
Created
Helmholtz Free Energy
Go
Created
Internal Energy using Helmholtz Free Energy
Go
Created
Temperature using Helmholtz Free Energy
Go
12 More Entropy Generation Calculators
Go
Extra Full Length Leaves
(29)
Created
Bending Stress in extra full length leaves
Go
Created
Bending Stress in Plate Extra Full Length
Go
Created
Bending Stress in Plate Graduated Length Leaves
Go
Created
Bending Stress on Graduated Length Leaves
Go
Created
Deflection at end of leaf Spring
Go
Created
Deflection at Load Point Graduated Length Leaves
Go
Created
Deflection of leaf Spring at load point
Go
Created
Force applied at end of Spring given Bending Stress in extra full length leaves
Go
Created
Force applied at end of Spring given Deflection at end of Spring
Go
Created
Force applied at end of Spring given Force taken by extra full length leaves
Go
Created
Force taken by extra full length leaves given Force applied at end of Spring
Go
Created
Length of Cantilever given Bending Stress in extra full length leaves
Go
Created
Length of Cantilever given Deflection at end of Spring
Go
Created
Length of Cantilever given Deflection of Spring at load point
Go
Created
Modulus of Elasticity of leaf given Deflection at Load Point Graduated Length Leaves
Go
Created
Modulus of Elasticity of leaf of leaf spring given Deflection of Spring at load point
Go
Created
Modulus of Elasticity of Spring given Deflection at end of Spring
Go
Created
Number of extra full length leaves given Bending Stress in extra full length leaves
Go
Created
Number of extra full length leaves given Deflection at end of Spring
Go
Created
Number of extra full length leaves given Deflection of Spring at load point
Go
Created
Number of Graduated length leaves given Bending Stress in extra full length leaves
Go
Created
Number of Graduated length leaves given Deflection at End of Spring
Go
Created
Number of Graduated length leaves given Force taken by extra full length leaves
Go
Created
Portion of Force taken by extra full length leaf given deflection of Spring at load point
Go
Created
Thickness of each leaf given Bending Stress in extra full length leaves
Go
Created
Thickness of each leaf given Deflection at end of Spring
Go
Created
Width of each leaf given Bending Stress in extra full length leaves
Go
Created
Width of each leaf of leaf Spring given Deflection of Spring at load point
Go
Created
Width of Leaf given Deflection at end of Spring
Go
Face and Vertical Milling
(5)
Verified
Feed Speed in Vertical Milling given Maximum Chip Thickness
Go
Verified
Machining Time for Milling Operation
Go
Verified
Machining Time for Shaping Operation
Go
Verified
Maximum Chip Thickness in Vertical Milling
Go
Verified
Minimum Length of Approach required in Face Milling
Go
3 More Face and Vertical Milling Calculators
Go
Factors of Thermodynamics
(6)
Created
Average Speed of Gases
Go
Created
Molar Mass of Gas given Average Speed of Gas
Go
Created
Molar Mass of Gas given Most Probable Speed of Gas
Go
Created
Molar Mass of Gas given RMS Velocity of Gas
Go
Created
Most Probable Speed
Go
Created
RMS Speed
Go
7 More Factors of Thermodynamics Calculators
Go
Flow Rate
(2)
Created
Rate of Flow given Head loss in Laminar Flow
Go
Created
Rate of Flow given Hydraulic Transmission Power
Go
6 More Flow Rate Calculators
Go
Flow Velocity in Straight Sewers
(1)
Verified
Roughness Coefficient using Flow Velocity
Go
7 More Flow Velocity in Straight Sewers Calculators
Go
Fluid Mechanics Basics
(4)
Created
Sensitivity of Inclined Manometer
Go
Created
Stagnation Pressure Head
Go
Created
Unstable Equilibrium of Floating Body
Go
Created
Vorticity
Go
10 More Fluid Mechanics Basics Calculators
Go
Flux
(2)
Verified
Magnetic Flux of DC Shunt Motor given Kf
Go
Verified
Magnetic Flux of DC Shunt Motor given Torque
Go
Forces and Friction
(10)
Verified
Area of contact given Total Frictional Force in metal cutting
Go
Verified
Coefficient of friction in metal cutting
Go
Verified
Cutting Speed using Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining
Go
Verified
Machining Power using Overall Efficiency
Go
Verified
Plowing Force using Force required to remove Chip
Go
Verified
Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining
Go
Verified
Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining given Specific Cutting Energy
Go
Verified
Specific cutting energy in machining
Go
Verified
Total frictional force in metal cutting
Go
Verified
Yield Pressure given Coefficient of Friction in metal cutting
Go
3 More Forces and Friction Calculators
Go
Forest Products Laboratory Recommendations
(1)
Verified
Allowable Compressive Stress Parallel to Grain for Long Columns
Go
3 More Forest Products Laboratory Recommendations Calculators
Go
Geometric Relationships for Chain
(23)
Created
Average Chain Velocity given Number of Teeth on Sprocket
Go
Created
Average Velocity of Chain
Go
Created
Chain Pitch given Minimum Tooth Height above Pitch Polygon
Go
Created
Length of Chain
Go
Created
Number of Links in Chain
Go
Created
Number of Links in Chain given Length of Chain
Go
Created
Number of Teeth on Driven Sprocket given Velocity of Chain Drives
Go
Created
Number of Teeth on Driving and Driven Sprockets given Average Chain Velocity
Go
Created
Number of Teeth on Driving Sprocket given Velocity of Chain Drives
Go
Created
Number of Teeth on Sprocket given Pitch Circle Diameter
Go
Created
Pitch of chain given Average Chain Velocity
Go
Created
Pitch of chain given Length of Chain
Go
Created
Pitch of chain given Pitch Circle Diameter
Go
Created
Roller Radius given Maximum Tooth Height above Pitch Polygon
Go
Created
Roller Radius given Minimum Roller Seating Radius
Go
Created
Roller Radius given Minimum Tooth Flank Radius
Go
Created
Roller Radius given Minimum Tooth Height above Pitch Polygon
Go
Created
Roller Radius given Tooth Flank Radius
Go
Created
Roller Radius given Top Diameter of Sprocket Wheel
Go
Created
Speed of Rotation of Driven Shaft given Velocity Ratio of Chain Drives
Go
Created
Speed of Rotation of Driving Shaft given Velocity Ratio of Chain Drives
Go
Created
Speed of Rotations of Driving and Driven Shafts given Average Chain Velocity
Go
Created
Velocity Ratio of Chain Drives
Go
G-Parameters
(16)
Verified
Current-1 (G-Parameter)
Go
Verified
Current-1 given G11 Parameter (G-Parameter)
Go
Verified
Current-2 given Voltage-2 (G-Parameter)
Go
Verified
Delta-G given A' Parameter
Go
Verified
G11 Parameter (G-Parameter)
Go
Verified
G11 Parameter given Current-1 (G-Parameter)
Go
Verified
G11 Parameter in Terms of T Parameters
Go
Verified
G11 Parameter in Terms of Y Parameters
Go
Verified
G12 Parameter (G-Parameter)
Go
Verified
G12 Parameter given Current-1 (G-Parameter)
Go
Verified
G21 Parameter (G-Parameter)
Go
Verified
G21 Parameter in Terms of T Parameters
Go
Verified
G21 Parameter in Terms of Y Parameters
Go
Verified
G21 Parameter in Terms of Z Parameters
Go
Verified
G22 Parameter in Terms of Y Parameters
Go
Verified
G22 Parameter in Terms of Z Parameters
Go
Grain
(3)
Verified
Material Removal Rate in Cylindrical and Internal Grinder
Go
Verified
Material Removal Rate in Plunge-Grinder
Go
Verified
Traverse Speed for Cylindrical and Internal Grinder given MRR
Go
10 More Grain Calculators
Go
Gravity Retaining Wall
(3)
Verified
Overturning Moment
Go
Verified
Pressure when Resultant is Outside Middle Third
Go
Verified
Retaining Wall Righting Moment
Go
4 More Gravity Retaining Wall Calculators
Go
Grinding Time
(1)
Verified
Machining Time for Plunge Grinder
Go
4 More Grinding Time Calculators
Go
Group Of Piles
(2)
Verified
Allowable Design Load on Rock Socket
Go
Verified
Socket Length given Allowable Design Load on Rock Socket
Go
4 More Group Of Piles Calculators
Go
Heat and Mass Transfer
(8)
Created
Black Bodies Heat Exchange by Radiation
Go
Created
Convective Processes Heat Transfer Coefficient
Go
Created
Heat Exchange by Radiation due to Geometric Arrangement
Go
Created
Heat Transfer
Go
Created
Newton's Law of Cooling
Go
Created
Non Ideal Body Surface Emittance
Go
Created
One Dimensional Heat Flux
Go
Created
Thermal Resistance in Convection Heat Transfer
Go
5 More Heat and Mass Transfer Calculators
Go
Heat Gain
(6)
Verified
Cooling load Heat Gain through windows
Go
Verified
Duct Heat Gain
Go
Verified
Latent cooling load from ventilation air
Go
Verified
Latent Heat Gain per person using Latent Heat Gain from people
Go
Verified
Sensible Cooling Load Heat Gain through Structure
Go
Verified
Sensible Heat Gain per people using Sensible Heat Gain from people
Go
3 More Heat Gain Calculators
Go
Helical Torsion Springs
(9)
Created
Bending Moment applied on Spring given Bending Stress
Go
Created
Bending Stress in Spring
Go
Created
Diameter of Spring Wire given Bending Stress in Spring
Go
Created
Diameter of Spring Wire given Stiffness
Go
Created
Mean Coil Diameter of Spring given Stiffness
Go
Created
Modulus of Elasticity of Spring given Stiffness
Go
Created
Number of Coils of Spring given Stiffness of Helical Torsion Spring
Go
Created
Stiffness of Helical Torsion Spring
Go
Created
Stress Concentration Factor given Bending Stress in Spring
Go
Helix Geometry
(27)
Created
Axial Pitch of Helical Gear given Helix Angle
Go
Created
Helix Angle of Helical Gear given Actual and Virtual Number of Teeth
Go
Created
Helix Angle of Helical Gear given Addendum Circle Diameter
Go
Created
Helix Angle of Helical Gear given Axial Pitch
Go
Created
Helix Angle of Helical Gear given Center to Center Distance between Two Gears
Go
Created
Helix Angle of Helical Gear given Normal Circular Pitch
Go
Created
Helix Angle of Helical Gear given Normal Module
Go
Created
Helix Angle of Helical Gear given Pitch Circle Diameter
Go
Created
Helix Angle of Helical Gear given Pressure Angle
Go
Created
Helix Angle of Helical Gear given Radius of Curvature at Point
Go
Created
Helix Angle of Helical Gear given Virtual Number of Teeth
Go
Created
Normal Circular Pitch of Helical Gear
Go
Created
Normal Circular Pitch of Helical Gear given Virtual Number of Teeth
Go
Created
Normal Pressure Angle of Helical Gear given Helix Angle
Go
Created
Pitch Circular Diameter of Gear given Radius of Curvature
Go
Created
Pitch Circular Diameter of Gear given Virtual Gear
Go
Created
Pitch Circular Diameter of Gear given Virtual Number of Teeth
Go
Created
Pitch of Helical Gear given Axial Pitch
Go
Created
Pitch of Helical Gear given Normal Circular Pitch
Go
Created
Radius of Curvature at Point on Helical Gear
Go
Created
Radius of Curvature at Point on Virtual Gear
Go
Created
Radius of Curvature of Virtual Gear given Pitch Circular Diameter
Go
Created
Radius of Curvature of Virtual Gear given Virtual Number of Teeth
Go
Created
Semi Major Axis of Elliptical Profile given Radius of Curvature at Point
Go
Created
Semi Minor Axis of Elliptical Profile given Radius of Curvature at Point
Go
Created
Transverse Diametrical Pitch of Helical Gear given Transverse Module
Go
Created
Transverse Pressure Angle of Helical Gear given Helix Angle
Go
H-parameter
(26)
Verified
Current-1 given Current-2 (H-Parameter)
Go
Verified
Current-1 given H11 Parameter (H-Parameter)
Go
Verified
Current-1 given H21 Parameter (H-Parameter)
Go
Verified
Current-1 given Voltage-1 (H-Parameter)
Go
Verified
Current-2 (H-Parameter)
Go
Verified
Current-2 given H21 Parameter (H-Parameter)
Go
Verified
Current-2 given H22 Parameter (H-Parameter)
Go
Verified
H11 Parameter (H-Parameter)
Go
Verified
H11 Parameter in Terms of T' Parameters
Go
Verified
H11 Parameter in Terms of Y Parameters
Go
Verified
H11 Parameter in Terms of Z Parameters
Go
Verified
H12 Parameter (H-Parameter)
Go
Verified
H12 Parameter given Voltage-1 (H-Parameter)
Go
Verified
H12 Parameter in Terms of G Parameters
Go
Verified
H12 Parameter in Terms of Z Parameters
Go
Verified
H21 Parameter (H-Parameter)
Go
Verified
H21 Parameter in Terms of G Parameters
Go
Verified
H21 Parameter in Terms of Y Parameters
Go
Verified
H21 Parameter in Terms of Z Parameters
Go
Verified
H22 Parameter (H-Parameter)
Go
Verified
H22 Parameter given Current-2 (H-Parameter)
Go
Verified
H22 Parameter in Terms of Y Parameters
Go
Verified
H22 Parameter in Terms of Z Parameters
Go
Verified
Voltage-1 given H11 Parameter (H-Parameter)
Go
Verified
Voltage-1 given H12 Parameter (H-Parameter)
Go
Verified
Voltage-2 given H22 Parameter (H-Parameter)
Go
Hydrodynamics Basics
(2)
Created
Metacentric Height given Time Period of Rolling
Go
Created
Reynolds Number given Frictional Factor of Laminar Flow
Go
7 More Hydrodynamics Basics Calculators
Go
Hydrostatic Fluid
(12)
Created
Buoyancy Force
Go
Created
Distance between Buoyancy Point and Center of Gravity given Metacenter Height
Go
Created
Experimental Determination of Metacentric height
Go
Created
Metacentric Height given Moment of Inertia
Go
Created
Moment of Inertia of Waterline Area using Metacentric Height
Go
Created
Radius of Gyration given Time Period of Rolling
Go
Created
Surface Area given Surface Tension
Go
Created
Surface Energy given Surface Tension
Go
Created
Surface Tension given Surface Energy and Area
Go
Created
Theoretical Velocity for Pitot Tube
Go
Created
Volume of Liquid Displaced given Metacentric Height
Go
Created
Volume of Submerged Object given Buoyancy Force
Go
8 More Hydrostatic Fluid Calculators
Go
Ideal Gas
(6)
Created
Degree of Freedom given Molar Internal Energy of Ideal Gas
Go
Created
Isothermal Compression of Ideal Gas
Go
Created
Molar Internal Energy of Ideal Gas
Go
Created
Molar Internal Energy of Ideal Gas given Boltzmann Constant
Go
Created
Number of Moles given Internal Energy of Ideal Gas
Go
Created
Temperature of Ideal Gas given its Internal Energy
Go
2 More Ideal Gas Calculators
Go
Impedance
(2)
Verified
Armature Resistance of Synchronous Motor given 3 Phase Mechanical Power
Go
Verified
Armature Resistance of Synchronous Motor given Input Power
Go
Impedance & Admittance
(12)
Verified
Admittance using Characteristic Impedance (LTL)
Go
Verified
Admittance using Propagation Constant (LTL)
Go
Verified
Capacitance using Surge Impedance (LTL)
Go
Verified
Characteristic Impedance (LTL)
Go
Verified
Characteristic Impedance using B Parameter (LTL)
Go
Verified
Characteristic Impedance using C Parameter (LTL)
Go
Verified
Characteristic Impedance using Sending End Current (LTL)
Go
Verified
Characteristic Impedance using Sending End Voltage (LTL)
Go
Verified
Impedance using Characteristic Impedance (LTL)
Go
Verified
Impedance using Propagation Constant (LTL)
Go
Verified
Inductance using Surge Impedance (LTL)
Go
Verified
Surge Impedance (LTL)
Go
Impedance-1,2 & 3
(12)
Verified
Impedance-1 for Transmitted Coefficient of Current-3 (Line PL)
Go
Verified
Impedance-1 using Incident Current and Voltage (Line PL)
Go
Verified
Impedance-1 using Reflected Coefficient of Current (Line PL)
Go
Verified
Impedance-1 using Transmitted Coefficient of Current-2 (Line PL)
Go
Verified
Impedance-1 using Transmitted Coefficient of Current-3 (Line PL)
Go
Verified
Impedance-1 using Transmitted Voltage (Line PL)
Go
Verified
Impedance-2 for Transmitted Coefficient of Current-2 (Line PL)
Go
Verified
Impedance-2 using Reflected Coefficient of Current (Line PL)
Go
Verified
Impedance-2 using Reflected Coefficient of Voltage (Line PL)
Go
Verified
Impedance-2 using Transmitted Current-2 (Line PL)
Go
Verified
Impedance-3 for Transmitted Coefficient of Current-3 (Line PL)
Go
Verified
Impedance-3 using Transmitted Voltage (Line PL)
Go
8 More Impedance-1,2 & 3 Calculators
Go
Incident Wave
(1)
Verified
Characteristic Impedance for Incident Waves
Go
Initial Weight of Workpiece
(1)
Verified
Length of Workpiece given Machining time for maximum power
Go
18 More Initial Weight of Workpiece Calculators
Go
Inside Pressure
(2)
Created
Pressure Inside Liquid Drop
Go
Created
Pressure Inside Soap Bubble
Go
3 More Inside Pressure Calculators
Go
Introduction of Belt Drives
(15)
Created
Angle of Wrap given Belt Tension in Tight Side
Go
Created
Belt Tension in Loose Side of Belt given Tension in Tight Side
Go
Created
Belt tension in tight side
Go
Created
Center Distance from Small Pulley to Big Pulley given Wrap Angle of Big Pulley
Go
Created
Center Distance from Small Pulley to Big Pulley given Wrap Angle of Small Pulley
Go
Created
Coefficient of Friction in between Surfaces given Belt Tension in Tight Side
Go
Created
Diameter of Big Pulley given Wrap Angle for Big Pulley
Go
Created
Diameter of Big Pulley given Wrap Angle of Small Pulley
Go
Created
Diameter of Small Pulley given Wrap Angle of Big Pulley
Go
Created
Diameter of Small Pulley given Wrap Angle of Small Pulley
Go
Created
Length of Belt
Go
Created
Mass per unit length of belt
Go
Created
Velocity of belt given tension of belt in tight side
Go
Created
Wrap Angle for Big Pulley
Go
Created
Wrap Angle for Small Pulley
Go
Job Mix Concrete Volume
(1)
Verified
Specific Gravity of Material given its Absolute Volume
Go
9 More Job Mix Concrete Volume Calculators
Go
Joint Analysis
(8)
Verified
Amount of Compression in Parts Joined by Bolt
Go
Verified
Elongation of Bolt under Action of Pre Load
Go
Created
Factor of Safety given Tensile Force on Bolt in Tension
Go
Created
Maximum Tensile Stress in Bolt
Go
Created
Primary Shear Force of Eccentrically Loaded Bolted Connection
Go
Created
Yield Strength of Bolt in Shear given Tensile Force on Bolt in Shear
Go
Created
Yield Strength of Bolt in Tension given Tensile Force on Bolt in Shear
Go
Created
Yield Strength of Bolt in Tension given Tensile Force on Bolt in Tension
Go
Joint Geometry and Dimensions
(1)
Created
Thickness of Cotter Joint
Go
26 More Joint Geometry and Dimensions Calculators
Go
Laterally Loaded Vertical Piles
(2)
Verified
Horizontal Subgrade Reaction Coefficient given Characteristic Pile Length
Go
Verified
Pile Stiffness given Characteristic Pile Length for Laterally Loaded Piles
Go
5 More Laterally Loaded Vertical Piles Calculators
Go
Line Is Open Circuited
(1)
Verified
Incident Voltage using Reflected Voltage (Line OC)
Go
2 More Line Is Open Circuited Calculators
Go
Line Is Short Circuited
(2)
Verified
Incident Voltage using Transmitted Voltage (Line SC)
Go
Verified
Reflected Current (Line SC)
Go
2 More Line Is Short Circuited Calculators
Go
Line Parameters
(2)
Verified
Impedance (STL)
Go
Verified
Transmission Efficiency (STL)
Go
3 More Line Parameters Calculators
Go
Line Parameters
(5)
Verified
Line Losses (1-phase 2-wire Mid-point Earthed)
Go
Verified
Line Losses (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
Go
Verified
Line Losses using Load Current (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
Go
Verified
Line Losses using Resistance (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
Go
Verified
Line Losses using Volume of Conductor Material (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
Go
2 More Line Parameters Calculators
Go
Line Parameters
(5)
Verified
Length using A Parameter (LTL)
Go
Verified
Length using D Parameter (LTL)
Go
Verified
Propagation Constant (LTL)
Go
Verified
Propagation Constant using C Parameter (LTL)
Go
Verified
Propagation Constant using D Parameter (LTL)
Go
4 More Line Parameters Calculators
Go
Line Performance Characteristics
(3)
Verified
B-Parameter using Receiving End Reactive Power Component
Go
Verified
B-Parameter using Receiving End Real Power Component
Go
Verified
Receiving End Real Power Component
Go
12 More Line Performance Characteristics Calculators
Go
Line With Parallel Loads
(9)
Verified
Incident Current using Transmitted Current-3 and 2 (Line PL)
Go
Verified
Incident Voltage using Impedance-1 (Line PL)
Go
Verified
Incident Voltage using Transmitted Voltage (Line PL)
Go
Verified
Reflected Current using Impedance-1 (Line PL)
Go
Verified
Reflected Current using Transmitted Current-3 and 2 (Line PL)
Go
Verified
Transmitted Coefficient of Voltage (Line PL)
Go
Verified
Transmitted Voltage using Incident Voltage (Line PL)
Go
Verified
Transmitted Voltage using Transmitted Current-2 (Line PL)
Go
Verified
Transmitted Voltage using Transmitted Current-3 (Line PL)
Go
12 More Line With Parallel Loads Calculators
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Liquid Jet
(11)
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Angle of Jet given Maximum Vertical Elevation
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Angle of Jet given Time of Flight of Liquid Jet
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Angle of Jet given Time to Reach Highest Point
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Friction Velocity
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Initial Velocity given Time of Flight of Liquid Jet
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Initial Velocity given Time to Reach Highest Point of Liquid
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Initial Velocity of Liquid Jet given Maximum Vertical Elevation
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Maximum Vertical Elevation of Jet Profile
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Mean Velocity given Frictional Velocity
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Time of Flight of Jet
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Variation of y with x in Free Liquid Jet
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1 More Liquid Jet Calculators
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Liquid Properties Measuring Equipments
(4)
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Angle of Inclined Manometer
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Discharge through Elbow Meter
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Theoretical discharge for Venturimeter
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U-Tube Manometer equation
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5 More Liquid Properties Measuring Equipments Calculators
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Load and Strength Characteristics
(13)
Created
Imaginary Force at Center of Gravity of Bolted Joint given Primary Shear Force
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Number of Bolts given Primary Shear Force
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Pre Load in Bolt given Amount of Compression in Parts Joined by Bolt
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Pre Load in Bolt given Elongation of Bolt
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Pre Load in Bolt given Wrench Torque
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Resultant Load on Bolt given Pre Load and External Load
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Stiffness of Bolt given Thickness of Parts Joined by Bolt
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Tensile Force on Bolt given Maximum Tensile Stress in Bolt
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Tensile Force on Bolt in Shear
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Tensile Force on Bolt in Tension
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Thickness of Parts Held Together by Bolt given Stiffness of Bolt
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Wrench Torque Required to Create Required Pre Load
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Young's Modulus of Bolt given Stiffness of Bolt
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Load IS Open Circuited
(3)
Verified
Incident Current using Reflected Current (Load OC)
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Reflected Current (Load OC)
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Transmitted Current (Load OC)
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1 More Load IS Open Circuited Calculators
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Losses
(1)
Verified
Mechanical Losses of Series DC Generator given Converted Power
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1 More Losses Calculators
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Machining Time
(6)
Verified
Depth of cut given Machining time for maximum power
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Verified
Diameter of workpiece terms of Machining time for maximum power
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Verified
Machining time for maximum power in Turning
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Verified
Power available for Machining given Machining time for maximum power
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Specific cutting energy given Machining time for maximum power
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Volume of material to be removed given Machining time for maximum power
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13 More Machining Time Calculators
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Maximum Power Conditions
(21)
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Actual Power Transmitted given Power Transmitted by Flat for Design Purpose
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Belt Tension in Loose Side of Belt given Initial Tension in Belt
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Belt Tension in Tight Side of Belt given Initial Tension in Belt
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Belt Tension in Tight Side of Belt given Tension due to Centrifugal Force
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Belt Velocity given Tension in Belt Due to Centrifugal Force
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Initial Tension in Belt Drive
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Initial Tension in Belt given Velocity of Belt for Maximum Power Transmission
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Load Correction Factor given Power Transmitted by Flat Belt for Design Purpose
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Mass of One Meter Length of Belt given Maximum Permissible Tensile Stress of Belt
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Mass of One Meter Length of Belt given Tension in Belt Due to Centrifugal Force
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Mass of One Meter Length of Belt given Velocity for Maximum Power Transmission
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Maximum Belt Tension
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Maximum Belt Tension given Tension Due to Centrifugal Force
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Maximum Permissible Tensile Stress of Belt Material
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Optimum Velocity of Belt for Maximum Power Transmission
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Power Transmitted by Flat Belt for Design Purpose
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Tension in Belt Due to Centrifugal Force
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Tension in Belt Due to Centrifugal Force given Permissible Tensile Stress of Belt Material
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Thickness of Belt given Maximum Belt Tension
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Velocity of Belt for Maximum Power Transmission given Maximum Permissible tensile Stress
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Width of Belt given Maximum Belt Tension
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Maximum Shear Stress and Principal Stress Theory
(14)
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Bending Moment given Maximum Shear Stress
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Diameter of Shaft given Permissible Value of Maximum Principle Stress
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Diameter of Shaft given Principle Shear Stress Maximum Shear Stress Theory
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Equivalent Bending Moment given Torsional Moment
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Factor of Safety given Permissible Value of Maximum Principle Stress
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Factor of Safety given Permissible Value of Maximum Shear Stress
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Maximum Shear Stress in Shafts
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Permissible Value of Maximum Principle Stress
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Permissible Value of Maximum Principle Stress using Factor of Safety
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Permissible Value of Maximum Shear Stress
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Torsional Moment given Equivalent Bending Moment
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Torsional Moment given Maximum Shear Stress
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Yield Strength in Shear Maximum Shear Stress Theory
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Yield Stress in Shear given Permissible Value of Maximum Principle Stress
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3 More Maximum Shear Stress and Principal Stress Theory Calculators
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Mechanical Specification
(2)
Verified
Armature Winding Constant of Synchronous Motor
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Magnetic Flux of Synchronous Motor given Back EMF
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3 More Mechanical Specification Calculators
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Mechanical Specifications
(2)
Verified
Angular Speed of Series DC Generator given Torque
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Torque of Series DC Generator given Angular Speed and Armature Current
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1 More Mechanical Specifications Calculators
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Mechanical Specifications
(6)
Verified
Machine Construction Constant of DC Shunt Motor given Angular Speed
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Machine Construction Constant of Shunt DC Motor
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Machine Construction Constant using Speed of Shunt DC Motor
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Number of Armature Conductors of DC Shunt Motor using K
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Number of Parallel Paths of Shunt DC Motor
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Number of Poles of Shunt DC Motor
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1 More Mechanical Specifications Calculators
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Mechanical Specifications
(3)
Verified
Machine Construction Constant of Series DC Motor using Armature Induced Voltage
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Machine Construction Constant of Series DC Motor using Speed
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Magnetic Flux of Series DC Motor given Speed
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Modulus of Elasticity
(1)
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Modulus of Elasticity of Normal Weight and Density Concrete in USCS Units
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4 More Modulus of Elasticity Calculators
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Nipping of Leaf Spring
(12)
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Force Applied at End of Spring
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Force Applied at End of Spring given Pre-Load Required to Close Gap
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Initial Nip in Leaf Spring
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Initial Pre-Load Required to Close Gap
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Length of Cantilever given Initial Nip of Leaf Spring
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Modulus of Elasticity given Initial Nip of Spring
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Number of Full Length Leaves given Initial Pre-load Required to Close Gap
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Number of Graduated length leaves given Initial Pre-Load required to close gap
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Thickness of Each Leaf given Initial Nip of Leaf Spring
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Total Number of Leaves given Initial Nip of Leaf Spring
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Total Number of Leaves given Pre-Load Required to Close Gap
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Width of Each Leaf given Initial Nip of Leaf Spring
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Nominal Pi-Method in Medium Line
(7)
Verified
B Parameter for Reciprocal Network in Nominal Pi Method
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C Parameter in Nominal Pi Method
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Impedance using A Parameter in Nominal Pi Method
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Load Current using Losses in Nominal Pi Method
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Verified
Losses using Transmission Efficiency in Nominal Pi Method
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Verified
Receiving End Angle using Transmission Efficiency in Nominal Pi Method
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Receiving End Voltage using Sending End Power in Nominal Pi Method
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13 More Nominal Pi-Method in Medium Line Calculators
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Nominal T-Method in Medium Line
(7)
Verified
Admittance using A Parameter in Nominal T Method
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Admittance using D Parameter in Nominal T Method
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B Parameter in Nominal T Method
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Capacitive Current in Nominal T Method
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Capacitive Voltage using Sending End Voltage in Nominal T Method
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Impedance using Capacitive Voltage in Nominal T Method
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Receiving End Angle using Sending End Power in Nominal T Method
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12 More Nominal T-Method in Medium Line Calculators
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Normal-Weight, Normal-Density Concrete
(1)
Created
Modulus of Elasticity of Normal Weight and Density Concrete in SI Units
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1 More Normal-Weight, Normal-Density Concrete Calculators
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Number of leaves
(8)
Created
Number of Extra Full length leaves given Bending Stress on Graduated length leaves
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Number of Extra Full length leaves given Force applied at End of Spring
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Number of Extra Full Length Leaves given Force Taken by Graduated Length Leaves
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Number of Full Length Leaves given Bending Stress in Plate Extra Full Length
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Number of Graduated length leaves given Bending Stress in Plate
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Number of Graduated length leaves given Bending Stress on Graduated length leaves
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Number of Graduated length leaves given Deflection at Load Point Graduated-Length Leaves
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Number of Graduated length leaves given Force taken by Graduated length leaves
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Nut Dimensions
(5)
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Diameter of Hole Inside Bolt
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Height of Nut given Shear Area of Nut
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Height of Nut given Strength of Bolt in Shear
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Height of Standard Nut
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Shear Area of Nut
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One Conductor Open
(2)
Verified
A-Phase EMF using Zero Sequence Impedance (One Conductor Open)
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Potential Difference between A-Phase using Zero Sequence Potential Difference (One Conductor Open)
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4 More One Conductor Open Calculators
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Parallel Fillet Welds
(13)
Verified
Allowable Load in Parallel Fillet Weld per Unit Length
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Force in Parallel Fillet Weld given Shear Stress
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Verified
Leg of Parallel Fillet Weld given Shear Stress
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Verified
Leg of Parallel Fillet Weld given Shear Stress and Weld Cut Angle
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Verified
Leg of Parallel Fillet Weld given Throat of Weld
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Verified
Length of Parallel Fillet Weld given Shear Stress
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Length of Parallel Fillet Weld given Shear Stress and Weld Cut Angle
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Maximum Shear Stress in Parallel Fillet Weld given Load
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Shear Stress in Parallel Fillet Weld given Load
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Shear Stress Parallel Fillet Weld
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Tensile Force on Parallel Fillet Weld Plate given Shear Stress
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Throat of Parallel Fillet Weld
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Width of Plane in Double Parallel Fillet Weld
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2 More Parallel Fillet Welds Calculators
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Performance Factors
(1)
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Power Transmitted
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4 More Performance Factors Calculators
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Photoelectric Effect
(1)
Verified
Photon's Momentum using Wavelength
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7 More Photoelectric Effect Calculators
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Pin-Ended Columns
(1)
Verified
Slenderness Ratio given Critical Buckling Load for Pin Ended Columns by Euler's Formula
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3 More Pin-Ended Columns Calculators
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Pipes
(7)
Created
Depth of Centroid given Total Hydrostatic Force
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Diameter of Pipe given Head Loss due to Laminar Flow
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Frictional Factor of Laminar flow
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Head Loss due to Laminar Flow
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Head Loss using Efficiency of Hydraulic Transmission
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Length of Pipe given Head loss
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Viscous Force using Head loss Due to Laminar Flow
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5 More Pipes Calculators
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Polygonal Effect
(6)
Created
Diameter of Pitch Circle of Sprocket given Minimum Linear Velocity of Sprocket
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Linear Velocity of Sprocket
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Minimum Linear Velocity of Sprocket
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Pitch Circle Diameter of Sprocket given Linear Velocity of Sprocket
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Speed of Rotation of Shaft given Linear Velocity of Sprocket
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Speed of Rotation of Shaft given Minimum Linear Velocity of Sprocket
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Positive Sequence
(2)
Verified
Positive Sequence Potential Difference using A-Phase Potential Difference (One Conductor Open)
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Positive Sequence Voltage using Positive Sequence Impedance (One Conductor Open)
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3 More Positive Sequence Calculators
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Power
(1)
Verified
Converted Power of Series DC Generator given Input Power
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1 More Power Calculators
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Power
(6)
Verified
3 Phase Mechanical Power of Synchronous Motor
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Input Power of Synchronous Motor
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Mechanical Power of Synchronous Motor
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Mechanical Power of Synchronous Motor given Gross Torque
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Mechanical Power of Synchronous Motor given Input Power
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Output Power for Synchronous Motor
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2 More Power Calculators
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Power & Phase Difference
(5)
Verified
Receiving End Angle using Receiving End Power (STL)
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Verified
Receiving End Angle using Transmission Efficiency (STL)
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Verified
Receiving End Power (STL)
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Verified
Sending End Angle using Sending End Power (STL)
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Sending End Power (STL)
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3 More Power & Phase Difference Calculators
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Power & Power Factor
(3)
Verified
Power Transmitted using K(Two-Wire One Conductor Earthed)
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Transmitted Power using Line Losses(Two-Wire One Conductor Earthed)
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Transmitted Power using Load Current(Two-Wire One Conductor Earthed)
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2 More Power & Power Factor Calculators
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Power & Power Factor
(1)
Verified
Power Transmitted using Area of X-Section(DC 3-Wire)
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5 More Power & Power Factor Calculators
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Power & Power Factor
(9)
Verified
Angle of PF using Area of X-Section(3-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Angle of PF using Load Current (3-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Angle of PF using Volume of Conductor Material (3-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Power Factor using Area of X-Section(3-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Verified
Power Factor using Load Current (3-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Verified
Power Factor using Volume of Conductor Material (3-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Load Current (3-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Volume of Conductor Material (3-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Verified
Power Transmitted(3-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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1 More Power & Power Factor Calculators
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Power & Power Factor
(2)
Verified
Angle of PF using Area of X-Section(3-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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Verified
Power Transmitted(3-Phase 3-Wire OS)
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5 More Power & Power Factor Calculators
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Power & Power Factor
(8)
Verified
Power Factor using Area of X-Section(Single-Phase Three-Wire OS)
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Verified
Power Factor using Line Losses (Single-Phase Three-Wire OS)
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Verified
Power Factor using Load Current (Single-Phase Three-Wire OS)
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Verified
Power Factor using Volume of Conductor Material (Single-Phase Three-Wire OS)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Area of X-Section(Single-Phase Three-Wire OS)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Line Losses (Single-Phase Three-Wire OS)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Load Current (Single-Phase Three-Wire OS)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Volume of Conductor Material (Single-Phase Three-Wire OS)
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Power & Power Factor
(4)
Verified
Power Factor using Area of X-Section(Single phase Two Wire OS)
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Verified
Power Factor using Load Current (Single Phase Two Wire OS)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Area of X-Section(Single Phase Two Wire OS)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Load Current (Single Phase Two Wire OS)
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Power & Power Factor
(6)
Verified
Power Factor using Area of X-Section(Single-Phase Two-Wire Mid-Point Earthed OS)
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Verified
Power Factor using Line Losses (Single-Phase Two-Wire Mid-Point OS)
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Verified
Power Factor using Load Current (Single-Phase Two-Wire Mid-Point OS)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Area of X-Section(Single-Phase Two-Wire Mid-Point Earthed OS)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Line Losses (Single-Phase Two-Wire Mid-Point OS)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Load Current (Single-Phase Two-Wire Mid-Point OS)
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Power & Power Factor
(6)
Verified
Power Factor using Area of X-section(Two-Phase Three-Wire OS)
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Verified
Power Factor using Line Losses (Two-Phase Three-Wire OS)
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Verified
Power Factor using Volume of Conductor Material (Two-Phase Three-Wire OS)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Area of X-Section(Two-Phase Three-Wire OS)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Volume of Conductor Material (Two-Phase Three-Wire OS)
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Verified
Transmitted Power using Line Losses (Two-Phase Three-Wire OS)
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4 More Power & Power Factor Calculators
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Power & Power Factor
(6)
Verified
Power Factor using Area of X-Section(2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Verified
Power Factor using Line Losses (2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Verified
Power Factor using Load Current (2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Area of X-Section(2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Line Losses (2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Load Current (2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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1 More Power & Power Factor Calculators
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Power & Power Factor
(6)
Verified
Power Factor using Area of X-Section (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Verified
Power Factor using Load Current (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Constant (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Line Losses (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Load Current (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Volume of Conductor Material (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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6 More Power & Power Factor Calculators
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Power & Power Factor
(12)
Verified
Power Factor using Area of X-Section (3 Phase 4 Wire US)
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Verified
Power Factor using Line Losses (3 Phase 4 Wire US)
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Verified
Power Factor using Load Current (3 Phase 4 Wire US)
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Verified
Power Factor using Volume of Conductor Material (3 Phase 4 Wire US)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Area of X-Section (3 Phase 4 Wire US)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Line Losses (3 Phase 4 Wire US)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Load Current (3 Phase 4 Wire US)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Volume of Conductor Material (3 Phase 4 Wire US)
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RMS Voltage using Area of X-Section (3 Phase 4 Wire US)
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Verified
RMS Voltage using Line Losses (3 Phase 4 Wire US)
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Verified
RMS Voltage using Load Current (3 Phase 4 Wire US)
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RMS Voltage using Volume of Conductor Material (3 Phase 4 Wire US)
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1 More Power & Power Factor Calculators
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Power & Power Factor
(6)
Verified
Power Factor using Area of X-Section (3 Phase 3 Wire US)
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Verified
Power Factor using Volume of Conductor Material (3 Phase 3 Wire US)
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Verified
Power Transmitted Per Phase (3 Phase 3 Wire US)
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Power Transmitted using Area of X-Section (3 Phase 3 Wire US)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Load Current Per Phase (3 Phase 3 Wire US)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Volume of Conductor Material (3 Phase 3 Wire US)
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2 More Power & Power Factor Calculators
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Power & Power Factor
(6)
Verified
Power Factor using Line Losses (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Verified
Power Factor using Volume of Conductor Material (2 Phase 3 Wire US)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Current in Each Outer (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Current in Neutral Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Volume of Conductor Material (2 Phase 3 Wire US)
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Verified
Transmitted Power using Line Losses (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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2 More Power & Power Factor Calculators
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Power & Power Factor
(4)
Verified
Power Factor using Load Current (1-Phase 2-Wire Mid-Point Earthed)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Area of X-Section (1-Phase 2-Wire Mid-Point Earthed)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Line Losses (1-Phase 2-Wire Mid-Point Earthed)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Load Current (1-Phase 2-Wire Mid-Point Earthed)
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2 More Power & Power Factor Calculators
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Power & Power Factor
(5)
Verified
Power Factor using Area of X-Section (2 Phase 4 Wire US)
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Verified
Power Factor using Line Losses (2 Phase 4 Wire US)
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Verified
Power Factor using Load Current (2 Phase 4 Wire US)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Area of X-Section (2 Phase 4 Wire US)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Line Losses (2 Phase 4 Wire US)
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2 More Power & Power Factor Calculators
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Power & Power Factor
(4)
Verified
Power Factor using Area of X Section (1 Phase 3 Wire US)
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Verified
Power Factor using Line Losses (1 Phase 3 Wire US)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Area of X Section (1 Phase 3 Wire US)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Line Losses (1 Phase 3 Wire US)
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5 More Power & Power Factor Calculators
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Power & Resistance
(5)
Verified
Power Transmitted using Area of X-Section (DC Two-Wire US)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Line Losses (DC Two-Wire US)
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Verified
Resistance using Line Losses (DC Two-Wire US)
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Verified
Resistivity using Area of X-Section (DC Two-Wire US)
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Verified
Resistivity using Line Losses (DC Two-Wire US)
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Power & Resistivity
(5)
Verified
Power Transmitted using Area of X-Section (2-Wire Mid-Point Earthed DC US)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Load Current (2-Wire Mid-Point DC US)
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Verified
Power Transmitted using Volume of Conductor Material (2-Wire Mid-Point DC US)
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Verified
Resistivity using Area of X-Section (2-wire Mid-point earthed DC US)
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Resistivity using Volume of Conductor Material (2-Wire Mid-Point DC US)
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Power Factor & Phase Angle
(5)
Verified
Phase Angle between Load Voltage and Current given 3 Phase Input Power
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Verified
Phase Angle between Voltage and Armature Current given 3 Phase Mechanical Power
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Verified
Phase Angle between Voltage and Armature Current given Input Power
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Verified
Power Factor of Synchronous Motor given 3 Phase Mechanical Power
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Verified
Power Factor of Synchronous Motor given Input Power
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1 More Power Factor & Phase Angle Calculators
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Power Rating of Roller Chains
(8)
Created
Allowable Tension in Chain given Power Transmitted by Roller Chain
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Created
Average Velocity of Chain given Power Transmitted by Roller Chain
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Created
Multiple Strand Factor given Power Rating of Chain
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Power Rating of Chain
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Power to be Transmitted given Power Rating of Chain
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Created
Power Transmitted by Roller Chain
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Service Factor given Power Rating of Chain
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Tooth Correction Factor given Power Rating of Chain
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Power Transmission
(6)
Created
Belt Tension in Loose Side of V-Belt given Power Transmitted
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Created
Belt Tension in Tight Side of Belt given Power Transmitted using V-Belt
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Created
Belt Velocity given Power Transmitted using V-Belt
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Created
Drive Power to be Transmitted given Number of Belts Required
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Created
Power Rating of Single V-Belt given Number of Belts Required
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Created
Power Transmitted using V Belt
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Pressure Relations
(24)
Created
Absolute Pressure at Height h
Go
Created
Angle of Inclined Manometer given Pressure at Point
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Created
Area of Surface Wetted given Center of Pressure
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Created
Bulk Modulus given Velocity of Pressure Wave
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Created
Center of Pressure
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Created
Density of Liquid given Dynamic Pressure
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Created
Depth of Centroid given Center of Pressure
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Diameter of Droplet given Change in Pressure
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Diameter of Soap Bubble
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Created
Differential Pressure between Two Points
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Differential Pressure-Differential Manometer
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Dynamic Pressure Head-Pitot Tube
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Dynamic Pressure of Fluid
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Height of Fluid 1 given Differential Pressure between Two Points
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Height of Fluid 2 given Differential Pressure between Two Points
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Created
Height of Liquid given its Absolute Pressure
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Length of Inclined Manometer
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Mass Density given Velocity of Pressure Wave
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Moment of Inertia of Centroid given Center of Pressure
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Pressure using Inclined Manometer
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Pressure Wave Velocity in Fluids
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Surface Tension of Liquid Drop given Change in Pressure
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Created
Surface Tension of Soap Bubble
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Velocity of Fluid given Dynamic Pressure
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1 More Pressure Relations Calculators
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Pressure Relations
(1)
Created
Pressure
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7 More Pressure Relations Calculators
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Production of Power from Heat
(1)
Created
Thermal Expansion
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12 More Production of Power from Heat Calculators
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Proportions of the Sprocket Wheel
(22)
Created
Chain Pitch given Maximum Tooth Height above Pitch Polygon
Go
Created
Maximum Roller Seating Angle
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Maximum Tooth Height above Pitch Polygon
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Minimum Roller Seating Angle
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Minimum Roller Seating Radius
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Minimum Tooth Flank Radius
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Minimum Tooth Height above Pitch Polygon
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Number of Teeth given Maximum Roller Seating Angle
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Number of Teeth given Maximum Tooth Height above Pitch Polygon
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Number of Teeth given Minimum Roller Seating Angle
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Number of Teeth given Minimum Tooth Flank Radius
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Number of Teeth on Sprocket given Pitch Angle of Sprocket
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Pitch Angle of Sprocket
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Pitch Circle Diameter given Average Velocity of Chain
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Pitch Circle Diameter given Pitch
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Pitch Circle Diameter given Root Diameter of Sprocket Wheel
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Pitch Circle Diameter given Top Diameter of Sprocket Wheel
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Roller Seating Radius given Roller Radius
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Roller Seating Radius given Root Diameter of Sprocket Wheel
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Root Diameter of Sprocket Wheel
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Tooth Flank Radius
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Top Diameter of Sprocket Wheel
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Punch Operation
(1)
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Blank Size when there is Corner Radius on Punch
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7 More Punch Operation Calculators
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Radiation
(1)
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Radiation energy emitted by black body per unit time and surface area
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7 More Radiation Calculators
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Radius of Disc
(1)
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Radius of Circular disc given Radial stress in solid disc
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8 More Radius of Disc Calculators
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Reactance
(3)
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Equivalent Reactance from Secondary Side given Equivalent Impedance
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Primary Leakage Reactance using Equivalent Reactance from Primary Side
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Secondary Leakage Reactance given Equivalent Reactance from Primary Side
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13 More Reactance Calculators
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Receiving End Connected To A Resistance Or Cable
(3)
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Characteristic Impedance using Transmitted Coefficient of Current
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Load Impedance using Transmitted Coefficient of Current
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Load Impedance using Transmitted Coefficient of Voltage
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Reflected Waves
(6)
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Characteristic Impedance for Reflected Waves
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Characteristic Impedance using Reflected Current
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Incident Voltage using Reflected Current
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Load Impedance using Reflected Voltage
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Reflected Current using Incident and Transmitted Current
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Reflected Current using Load Impedance
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1 More Reflected Waves Calculators
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Reflection Coefficient For Current
(1)
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Incident Current using Reflection Coefficient of Current
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Reflection Coefficient For Voltage
(2)
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Incident Voltage using Reflection Coefficient of Voltage
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Reflection Coefficient of Current using Reflection Coefficient of Voltage
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Relation Between Coefficients
(9)
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Characteristic Impedance using Transmitted Coefficients
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Reflected Coefficient of Current using Reflected Coefficient of Voltage
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Reflected Coefficient of Current using Transmitted Coefficient of Current
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Reflected Coefficient of Voltage using Reflected Coefficient of Current
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Reflected Coefficient of Voltage using Transmitted Coefficient of Voltage
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Transmitted Coefficient of Current using Reflected Coefficient of Current
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Transmitted Coefficient of Current using Transmitted Coefficient of Voltage
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Transmitted Coefficient of Voltage using Reflected Coefficient of Voltage
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Transmitted Coefficient of Voltage using Transmitted Coefficient of Current
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1 More Relation Between Coefficients Calculators
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Resistance
(1)
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Equivalent Resistance from Secondary Side using Equivalent Impedance from Secondary Side
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17 More Resistance Calculators
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Resistance
(2)
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Armature Resistance of Series DC Generator using Terminal Voltage
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Series Field Resistance of Series DC Generator using Terminal Voltage
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1 More Resistance Calculators
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Resistance
(2)
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Armature Resistance of Shunt DC Motor given Voltage
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Shunt Field Resistance of Shunt DC Motor given Shunt Field Current
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Resistance
(3)
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Armature Resistance of Series DC Motor given Voltage
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Series Field Resistance of Series DC Motor given Speed
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Series Field Resistance of Series DC Motor given Voltage
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Resistance & Resistivity
(2)
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Resistance using Line Losses(Two-Wire One Conductor Earthed)
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Resistivity using Resistance(Two-Wire One Conductor Earthed)
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4 More Resistance & Resistivity Calculators
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Resistance & Resistivity
(1)
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Resistivity using Line Losses(Two-Wire Mid-Point Earthed)
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3 More Resistance & Resistivity Calculators
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Resistance & Resistivity
(3)
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Resistance using Line Losses(DC 3-Wire)
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Resistance(DC 3-Wire)
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Resistivity using Line Losses(DC 3-Wire)
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3 More Resistance & Resistivity Calculators
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Resistance & Resistivity
(5)
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Resistance using Line Losses (Single Phase Two Wire OS)
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Resistance using Load Current (Single Phase Two Wire OS)
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Resistance(Single-Phase Two-Wire OS)
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Resistivity using Line Losses (Single-Phase Two-Wire OS)
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Resistivity using Load Current (Single-Phase Two-Wire OS)
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1 More Resistance & Resistivity Calculators
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Resistance & Resistivity
(6)
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Resistance using Line Losses (2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Resistance using Load Current (2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Resistance(2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Resistivity using Area of X-Section(2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Resistivity using Line Losses (2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Resistivity using Load Current (2-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Resistance & Resistivity
(4)
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Resistance(3-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Resistivity using Area of X-Section(3-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Resistivity using Resistance (3-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Resistivity using Volume of Conductor Material (3-Phase 4-Wire OS)
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Resistance & Resistivity
(6)
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Resistance using Line Losses (Single-Phase Three-Wire OS)
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Resistance using Load Current (Single-Phase Three-Wire OS)
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Resistivity using Area of X-section(Single-Phase Three-Wire OS)
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Resistivity using Line Losses (Single-Phase Three-Wire OS)
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Resistivity using Load Current (Single-Phase Three-Wire OS)
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Resistivity using Volume of Conductor Material (Single-Phase Three-Wire OS)
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1 More Resistance & Resistivity Calculators
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Resistance & Resistivity
(4)
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Resistance using Line Losses (Single-Phase Two-Wire Mid-Point OS)
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Resistance using Load Current (Single-Phase Two-Wire Mid-Point OS)
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Resistivity using Area of X-Section(Single-Phase Two-Wire Mid-Point Earthed OS)
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Resistivity using Load Current (Single-Phase Two-Wire Mid-Point OS)
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1 More Resistance & Resistivity Calculators
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Resistance & Resistivity
(4)
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Resistance using Line Losses (Two-Phase Three-Wire OS)
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Resistivity using Area of X-Section(Two-Phase Three-Wire OS)
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Resistivity using Line Losses (Two-Phase Three-Wire OS)
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Resistivity using Volume of Conductor Material (Two-Phase Three-Wire OS)
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3 More Resistance & Resistivity Calculators
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Resistance & Resistivity
(2)
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Resistance (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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Resistivity using Volume of Conductor Material (1-Phase 2-Wire US)
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7 More Resistance & Resistivity Calculators
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Resistance & Resistivity
(6)
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Resistance using Line Losses (3 Phase 4 Wire US)
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Resistance using Volume of Conductor Material (3 Phase 4 Wire US)
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Resistivity using Area of X-Section (3 Phase 4 Wire US)
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Resistivity using Line Losses (3 Phase 4 Wire US)
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Resistivity using Load Current (3 Phase 4 Wire US)
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Resistivity using Volume of Conductor Material (3 Phase 4 Wire US)
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Resistance & Resistivity
(4)
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Angle using Area of X-Section (3 Phase 3 Wire US)
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Resistance using Line Losses (3 Phase 3 Wire US)
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Resistivity using Area of X-Section (3 Phase 3 Wire US)
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Resistivity using Volume of Conductor Material (3 Phase 3 Wire US)
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1 More Resistance & Resistivity Calculators
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Resistance & Resistivity
(5)
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Resistance of Neutral Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Resistance using Line Losses (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Resistivity using Line Losses (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Resistivity using Resistance of Natural Wire (2-Phase 3-Wire US)
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Resistivity using Volume of Conductor Material (2 Phase 3 Wire US)
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Resistance & Resistivity
(1)
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Resistance using Line Losses (1-Phase 2-Wire Mid-Point Earthed)
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2 More Resistance & Resistivity Calculators
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Resistance & Resistivity
(4)
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Resistance using Line Losses (2 Phase 4 Wire US)
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Resistivity using Area of X-Section (2 Phase 4 Wire US)
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Resistivity using Line Losses (2 Phase 4 Wire US)
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Resistivity using Volume of Conductor Material (2 Phase 4 Wire US)
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1 More Resistance & Resistivity Calculators
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Resistance & Resistivity
(3)
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Resistance using Line Losses (1 Phase 3 Wire US)
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Resistivity using Area of X Section (1 Phase 3 Wire US)
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Resistivity using Line Losses (1 Phase 3 Wire US)
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1 More Resistance & Resistivity Calculators
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Resistance, Resistivity & Power
(5)
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Power Transmitted using Area of X-Section (DC Three-Wire US)
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Power Transmitted using Line Losses (DC Three-Wire US)
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Resistance using Line Losses (DC Three-Wire US)
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Resistivity using Area of X-Section (DC Three-Wire US)
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Resistivity using Line Losses (DC Three-Wire US)
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2 More Resistance, Resistivity & Power Calculators
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Rivet Dimensions
(7)
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Diameter of Rivet given Margin of Rivet
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Margin of Rivet
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Number of Rivets Per Pitch given Crushing Resistance of Plates
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Pitch of Rivet
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Pitch of Rivets given Tensile Resistance of Plate between two Rivets
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Transverse Pitch for Zig-Zag riveting
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Transverse Pitch of Rivet Chain Riveting
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9 More Rivet Dimensions Calculators
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Rivet Shank Dimensions
(5)
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Length of Rivet Shank
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Length of Shank Portion necessary to form Closing Head
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Shank Diameter of Rivet given Crushing Resistance of Plates
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Shank Diameter of Rivet given Pitch of Rivet
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Shank diameter of Rivet subjected to double shear given Shear resistance of Rivet per Pitch
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Safe Loads
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Greatest Safe Load for Channel or Z Bar when Load is at Middle
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Greatest Safe Load for Channel or Z Bar when Load is Distributed
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Greatest Safe Load for Deck Beam when Load in Middle
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Greatest Safe Load for Deck Beam when Load is Distributed
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Greatest Safe Load for Even Legged Angle when Load is in Middle
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Greatest Safe Load for Hollow Rectangle when Load is Distributed
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Greatest Safe Load for Solid Cylinder when Load is Distributed
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9 More Safe Loads Calculators
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Selection of V-Belts
(7)
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Correction Factor for Industrial Service given Design Power
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Design Power for V Belt
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Pitch diameter of big pulley of V Belt drive
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Pitch diameter of smaller pulley given pitch diameter of big pulley
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Speed of bigger pulley given speed of smaller pulley
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Speed of smaller pulley given pitch diameter of both pulleys
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Transmitted Power given Design Power
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Shaft Design on Strength Basis
(15)
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Axial Force given Tensile Stress in Shaft
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Bending Moment given Bending Stress Pure Bending
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Bending Stress given Normal Stress
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Bending Stress in Shaft Pure Bending Moment
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Diameter of Shaft given Bending Stress Pure Bending
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Diameter of Shaft given Tensile Stress in Shaft
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Diameter of Shaft given Torsional Shear Stress in Shaft Pure Torsion
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Maximum Shear Stress in Shaft Bending and Torsion
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Normal Stress given Both Bending and Torsional act on Shaft
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Normal Stress given Principal Shear Stress in Shaft Bending and Torsion
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Tensile Stress given Normal Stress
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Tensile Stress in Shaft when it is Subjected to Axial Tensile Force
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Torsional Moment given Torsional Shear Stress in Shaft Pure Torsion
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Torsional Shear Stress given Principal Shear Stress in Shaft
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Torsional Shear Stress in Shaft Pure Torsion
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1 More Shaft Design on Strength Basis Calculators
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Shaft Settlement and Resistance
(3)
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Shaft Resistance Stress by Empirical Procedure
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Ultimate Resistance for Cohesive and Cohesion less Soils
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Weight of Shaft given Ultimate Resistance
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4 More Shaft Settlement and Resistance Calculators
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Shear
(7)
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Area of Shear
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Shear Force on Shear Plane
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Shear Force on Shear Plane using Shear Strength
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Shear Strength given Coefficient of Friction in Metal Cutting
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Shear Strength of Material given Total Frictional force in metal cutting
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Shear Strength of Material on Shear Plane
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Total Shear force by tool
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2 More Shear Calculators
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Shear and Diagonal Tension in Beams
(8)
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Cross-Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement
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Effective Depth given Cross-Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement
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Effective Depth of Beam given Shearing Unit Stress in Reinforced Concrete Beam
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Shear Carried by Concrete given Cross-Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement
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Shearing Unit Stress in Reinforced Concrete Beam
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Stirrups Spacing given Cross-Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement
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Total Shear given Cross-Sectional Area of Web Reinforcement
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Width of Beam given Shearing Unit Stress in Reinforced Concrete Beam