Calculators Created by Parul Keshav

National Institute of Technology (NIT), Srinagar
https://www.linkedin.com/in/parul-keshav-0a57201a1/
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Formulas Created
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Formulas Verified
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Across Categories

List of Calculators by Parul Keshav

Following is a combined list of all the calculators that have been created and verified by Parul Keshav. Parul Keshav has created 279 and verified 379 calculators across 99 different categories till date.
Verified Corner Radius of Tool given Machining Time
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Verified Feed to Workpiece given Machining Time
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Verified Length of Workpiece given Machining Time
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Verified Length of Workpiece given Roughness
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Verified Machining Time for Workpiece given Machining Conditions
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Verified Machining Time for Workpiece given Roughness
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Verified Rotational Frequency of Workpiece given Machining Time
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Verified Rotational Frequency of Workpiece given Roughness
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Created Roughness value given corner radius
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Verified Surface Roughness of Workpiece given Machining Time
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2 More Accuracy and Surface Finish Calculators
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Created Diameter of wheel given feed and machine infeed speed
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Created Diameter of wheel given Feed speed in Grinding
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Created Diameter of workpiece given feed and machine infeed speed
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Created Diameter of workpiece given Metal removal rate
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Created Feed speed given Metal removal rate
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Created Feed speed given workpiece and wheel removal parameter
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Created Feed speed in Grinding
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Created Grinding ratio
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Created Machine infeed speed given Feed speed in Grinding
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Created Machine infeed speed given workpiece and wheel removal parameter
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Created Metal removal rate given Diameter of workpiece
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Created Metal removal rate given workpiece removal parameter
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Created Wheel removal rate given Wheel removal parameter
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Created Width of cut given Metal removal rate
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Verified Area of Work exposed to Electrolysis given Supply Current
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Verified Area of Work exposed to Electrolysis given Tool Feed Speed
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Verified Area of Work exposed to Electrolysis given Volumetric Material Removal Rate
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Chip (5)
Created Cross Sectional Area of Uncut chip using Specific Cutting energy in Machining
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Created Length of Chip using Thickness of Chip
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Created Length of Shear Plane of Chip
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Created Mass of Chip given Thickness of Chip
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Created Width of Chip given Thickness of Chip
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4 More Chip Calculators
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Created Chip break distance when material constant is unity
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Created Chip breaker distance given Chip breaker wedge angle
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Created Chip breaker distance given radius of chip curvature
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Created Chip breaker height given Chip breaker wedge angle
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Created Chip thickness given length of chip tool contact
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Created Chip Thickness when material constant is unity
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Created Constant for length of chip tool contact
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1 More Chip control Calculators
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Created Chip Thickness
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Created Chip Thickness given Cutting Ratio
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Created Undeformed Chip Thickness using Cutting Ratio
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Created Undeformed Chip Thickness using Length of Shear Plane of Chip
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Created Coefficient of Friction at Collar of Screw according to Uniform Pressure Theory
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Created Coefficient of Friction at Collar of Screw according to Uniform Wear Theory
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Created Collar Friction Torque for Screw according to Uniform Pressure Theory
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Created Load on Screw given Collar Friction Torque according to Uniform Pressure Theory
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Created 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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Created Constant for machine type b given Machining time for maximum power
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Created Constant for machine type b given Power available for Machining
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Created Constant for machine type given Machining time for maximum power
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Created Constant for machine type given Power available for Machining
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Cost (5)
Created Cost amortized over years given Total rate for Machining and Operator
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Verified Cost of 1 Tool given Machining Cost for Maximum Power
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Created Cost of Machine tool given initial weight of workpiece
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Verified Machining Cost per component for Maximum Power when Cutting Speed is limited by Taylor's Exponent
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Verified Machining Cost per component under Maximum Power Condition
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Cost (7)
Verified Cost of Grinding given Estimated Tool Costs
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Verified Cost of Holder given Tool Costs for Disposable-Insert Tool
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Verified Cost of Insert given Tool Costs for Disposable-Insert Tool
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Verified Cost of Re-grindable Tool given Estimated Tool Costs
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Verified Estimated Tool Costs for Disposable-Insert Tool
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Verified Estimated Tool Costs for Re-grindable Tool
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Verified Initial Cost of Machine given Depreciation Rate
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Verified Current Efficiency given Gap between Tool and Work Surface
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Verified Current Efficiency given Tool Feed Speed
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Verified Current Efficiency given Volumetric Material Removal Rate
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Verified Current Supplied for Electrolysis
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Verified Current Supplied for Electrolysis given Specific Resistivity of Electrolyte
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Verified Current Supplied given Tool Feed Speed
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Verified Current Supplied given Volumetric Material Removal Rate
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Created Area of contact given Frictional Force
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Created Corner Radius given Roughness value
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Created Diameter of Cutter given Roughness Value
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Created Feed given Roughness value
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Created Feed given Roughness Value and corner radius
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Created Feed speed given Roughness value
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Created Frictional Force required to continuously shear junction between surfaces
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Created Proportion of Area in which metallic contact occurs given Frictional Force
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Created Rotational Frequency of Cutter given Roughness Value
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Created Shear Strength of Softer Lubricant layer given Frictional force
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Created Shear Strength of Softer Metal given Frictional force
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Created Working major cutting edge Angle given Roughness value
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Created Working minor cutting edge Angle given Roughness value
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1 More Cutting fluid and Surface Roughness Calculators
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Created Cutting Force given Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining
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Created Cutting Force given Specific Cutting Energy in Machining
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Created Force required to remove Chip and acting on Tool Face
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Created Resultant Cutting Force using Force required to remove Chip
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Verified Area of laser beam at focal point
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Verified Constant dependent of material
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Verified Cutting rate in mm per min
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Verified Laser power incident on surface
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Verified Thickness of material
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Verified Vaporisation energy of material
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Verified Cutting Speed for Constant-Cutting-Speed Operation
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Verified Cutting Velocity given Rate of Increase of Wear-Land Width
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Verified Instantaneous Cutting Speed
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Verified Instantaneous Cutting Speed given Feed
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Verified Reference Cutting Speed given Cutting Speed for Constant-Cutting-Speed Operation
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Verified Reference Cutting Velocity given Optimum Spindle Speed
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Verified Reference Cutting Velocity given Rate of Increase of Wear-Land Width
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Verified Cutting Speed of Free-Cutting Steel given Cutting Velocity of Tool and Machinability Index
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Verified Cutting Velocity given Tool Lives and Cutting Velocity for Reference Machining Condition
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Verified Cutting Velocity using Machinability Index
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Verified Cutting Velocity using Taylor's Tool Life and Intercept
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Verified Reference Cutting Velocity given Tool Lives, Cutting Velocity under Machining Condition
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Verified Cost of One Tool for Minimum Production Cost given cutting speed
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Verified Cost of One Tool given Cutting Velocity
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Verified Cost to change One Tool given Cutting Velocity
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Verified Cutting Velocity for Minimum Production Cost
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Verified Cutting Velocity for Minimum Production Cost given Tool Changing Cost
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Verified Machining and Operating Rate given Tool Changing Cost
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Verified Machining and Operating Rate using Minimum Production Cost
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Verified Reference Cutting Velocity given Cutting Velocity
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Verified Reference Tool Life given Cutting Velocity
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Verified Tool Changing Time for each Tool given Cutting Velocity
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Created Depth of dress from Lindsay semiempirical analysis
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Created Equivalent wheel diameter
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Created Equivalent wheel diameter from Lindsay's semiempirical analysis
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Created Grain diameter from Lindsay's semiempirical analysis
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Created Grain Diameter of grinding wheel
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Created Grain size given grain Diameter
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Created Number of workpiece revolution
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Created Number of workpiece revolutions given Time taken for spark out operation
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Created Percentage Volume of Bond material from Lindsay's semiempirical analysis
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Created Percentage Volume of Bond material in wheel of grinding
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Created Proportion of Total Energy flowing into workpiece
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Created Relative contact area of grains given Total Energy flowing into workpiece
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Created Rockwell hardness number of work material from Lindsay semiempirical analysis
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Created Rotational frequency of workpiece given Number of workpiece revolution
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Created System stiffness given Number of workpiece revolution
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Created Time taken for spark-out operation
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Created Width of Grinding path given number of workpiece revolutions
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Created Axial Load on Screw given Direct Compressive Stress
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Created Axial Load on Screw given Transverse Shear Stress
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Created Core Diameter of Screw given Transverse Shear Stress in Screw
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Created Core Diameter of Screw given Unit Bearing Pressure
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Created Direct Compressive Stress in Screw
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Created Nominal Diameter of Screw given Unit Bearing Pressure
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Created Thread Thickness at Core Diameter of Screw given Transverse Shear Stress
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Created Transverse Shear Stress in Screw
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14 More Design of Screw and Nut Calculators
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Verified Density of Work given Tool Feed Speed
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Verified Density of Work material given Gap between Tool and Work Surface
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Verified Density of Work material given Volumetric Material Removal Rate
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Verified Electrochemical Equivalent of Work given Tool Feed Speed
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Verified Electrochemical Equivalent of Work given Volumetric Material Removal Rate
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Verified Gap between Tool and Work Surface
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Verified Gap between Tool and Work Surface given Supply Current
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Verified Metal Removed by mechanical abrasion per unit time given Total Material Removal Rate
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Verified Metal Removed electrolytically per unit time given Total Material Removal Rate
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Verified Resistance owing to Electrolyte given Supply Current and Voltage
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Verified Specific Resistivity of Electrolyte given Gap between Tool and Work Surface
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Verified Specific Resistivity of Electrolyte given Supply Current
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Verified Total Material Removal Rate in Electrolytic Grinding
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Verified Volumetric Material Removal Rate
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Verified Volumetric Material Removal Rate given Tool Feed Speed
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Verified Average Production Time of Each Component
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Verified Batch Size given Average Production Time
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Verified Cost of Tool given Total Cost of Tools
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Verified Load or Unload or Setup Time given Total Non-Productive Time
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Verified Machining and Operating Rate given Total Machining and Operating Cost
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Verified Machining Time for one Component using Total Machining Time
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Verified Machining Time of Each Component given Average Production Time
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Verified Non-Productive Time for Each Component given Average Production Time
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Verified Size of Batch given Total Machining Time
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Verified Size of Batch using Total Non-Productive Time
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Verified Time for changing one Tool given Average Production Time
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Verified Time for Changing one Tool given Total Tool Changing Time
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Verified Total Cost of Tools Used
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Verified Total Machining and Operating Cost
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Verified Total Machining Time or Total Machine Time
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Verified Total Non-Productive Cost
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Verified Total Non-Productive Time
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Verified Total Production Time
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Verified Total Production Time given Time for Individual Operation and Batch Size
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Verified Total Production Time given Total Machining and Operating Cost
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Verified Total Tool Changing Time
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Verified Total Tool-Changing Cost
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Created Amount of Compression in Parts Joined by Bolt
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Created Elongation of Bolt under action of Pre Load
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Created Nominal Diameter of Bolt given Stiffness of Bolt
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Created Pre load in Bolt given Elongation of Bolt
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Created Resultant Load on Bolt given Pre load and External Load
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Created Stiffness of Bolt given Thickness of Parts joined by Bolt
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Created Thickness of Parts held together by Bolt given Stiffness of Bolt
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Created Young's Modulus of Bolt given Stiffness of Bolt
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1 More Elastic Analysis of Bolted Joints Calculators
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Verified Amortization given Depreciation Rate
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Verified Average Cutting Edges per insert given Tool Changing Time
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Verified Average Cutting Edges used per insert given Estimated Tool Costs
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Verified Average Number of Regrinds Possible, given Estimated Tool Costs
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Verified Cutting Edges used during Life of Holder given Estimated Tool Costs
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Verified Depreciation Rate of Machine Tool
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Verified Depreciation Rate of Machine Tool given Machining and Operating Rate
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Verified Estimated Tool Changing Time for Disposable-Insert Tool
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Verified Machine Overhead Percentage given Machining and Operating Rate
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Verified Machining and Operating Rate
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Verified Operator's Overhead Percentage given Machining and Operating Rate
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Verified Operator's Wage Rate given Machining and Operating Rate
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Verified Time to Index Insert given Tool Changing Time for Disposable-Insert Tool
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Verified Time to Replace Insert given Tool Changing Time for Disposable-Insert Tool
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Verified Working Hours per year given Depreciation Rate
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Verified Deflection at end of leaf Spring
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Verified Force taken by extra full length leaves given Force applied at end of Spring
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23 More Extra Full Length Leaves Calculators
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Verified Cost of 1 Tool given Optimum Spindle Speed
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Verified Feed given Instantaneous Cutting Speed
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Verified Feed given Instantaneous Radius for Cut
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Verified Feed of Workpiece given Machining Time for Facing
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Verified Inner Radius of Workpiece given Machining Time for Facing
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Verified Inside Radius given Workpiece Radius Ratio
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Verified Machining and Operating Rate given Optimum Spindle Speed
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Verified Machining Time given Maximum Wear-Land Width
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Verified Machining Time given Rate of Increase of Wear-Land Width
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Verified Optimum Spindle Speed
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Verified Optimum Spindle Speed given Tool Changing Cost
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Verified Taylor's Exponent given Cutting Speed for Constant-Cutting-Speed Operation
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Verified Time for Facing
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Verified Time for Facing given Instantaneous Cutting Speed
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Verified Time Proportion of Edge Engagement given Cutting Speed for Constant-Cutting-Speed Operation
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Verified Tool Changing Cost given Optimum Spindle Speed
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Verified Tool Changing Time given Optimum Spindle Speed
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Verified Total Machining Time for single Facing Operation
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Verified Workpiece Radius Ratio
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Verified Force applied at end of Leaf Spring
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Verified Force Taken by Graduated length leaves given Number of Leaves
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Verified Force Taken by Graduated Length Leaves in Terms of Force Applied at End of Spring
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8 More Force Taken By Leaves Calculators
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Created Drag coefficient given Drag force
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Created Relative velocity of fluid with respect to body given drag force
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Created Francis turbine Flow ratio
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Created Francis turbine speed Ratio
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Created Pressure head given Flow ratio in Francis turbine
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Created Pressure head given speed Ratio in Francis turbine
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Created Velocity of flow at inlet given Flow ratio in Francis turbine
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Created Velocity of vane at inlet given speed Ratio Francis turbine
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3 More Francis Turbine Calculators
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Verified Ambient temperature during ECM
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Verified Boiling point of electrolyte during Electrochemical Machining of metals
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Verified Cross-sectional area of gap
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Verified Current required in ECM
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Verified Density of electrolyte
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Verified Flow rate of electrolytes from gap resistance ECM
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Verified Gap resistance from electrolyte flow rate
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Verified Resistance of Gap between work and tool
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Verified Specific heat of electrolyte from volume flow rate
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Verified Specific resistance of electrolyte
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Verified Width of equilibrium gap
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Created Angle made by length of chip
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Created Angle made by length of chip given Infeed
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Created Average length of chip
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Created Average length of Chip given Average volume of each Chip
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Created Average length of chip given Infeed
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Created Average Volume of each Chip
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Created Average Volume of each chip given metal removal rate in grinding
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Created Grain-aspect Ratio
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Created Grain-aspect Ratio given Constant for grinding wheel
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Created Infeed for given Angle made by length of chip
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Created Infeed given constant for grinding wheel
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Created Infeed given Diameter of wheel and average length of chip
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Created Infeed given Metal removal rate during Grinding
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Created Maximum Width of Chip given Average volume of each Chip
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Created Maximum Width of Chip given Max undeformed Chip thickness
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Created Metal removal rate during Grinding
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Created Metal removal rate given number of chip produced and volume of each chip
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Created Number of active Grains per unit area given Constant for grinding wheel
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Created Number of active Grains per unit area on wheel surface
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Created Number of chip produce per time given metal removal rate
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Created Number of chip produced per unit time in Grinding
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Created Width of Grinding path given Metal removal rate
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Created Width of grinding path given Number of chips produced per time
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Verified Machining Time for Cylindrical and Internal Grinder
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Verified Machining Time for Horizontal and Vertical Spindle Surface-Grinder
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Verified Spark Out time for Cylindrical and Internal Grinder using Machining Time
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Verified Spark Out time for Horizontal and Vertical Spindle Surface Grinder given Machining Time
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6 More Grinding Operation Calculators
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Created Constant for grinding wheel
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Created Constant for grinding wheel given maximum undeformed chip thickness
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Created Diameter of wheel for given Average Length of chip
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Created Diameter of wheel for given infeed
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Created Diameter of wheel given Average length of chip and Infeed
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Created Diameter of wheel given Constant for grinding wheel
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Verified Unit flow per discharge
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6 More Hydraulic Turbines Calculators
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Created Initial weight of workpiece given Cost of Machine tool
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Created Initial weight of workpiece given Length-to-diameter Ratio
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Created Initial weight of workpiece given Loading and Unloading time
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Created Initial weight of workpiece given Machining time for maximum power
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Created Initial weight of workpiece given Machining time under Max power for free machining
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Created Initial weight of workpiece given Power available for Machining
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Created Initial weight of workpiece given Total rate for Machining and Operator
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Verified Instantaneous Radius for Cut
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Verified Instantaneous Radius for Cut given Cutting Speed
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Verified Instantaneous Radius for Cut given Rate of Increase of Wear-Land
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Created Length of chip tool contact
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Created Length of chip tool contact given Chip breaker wedge angle
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Created Length of chip tool contact given radius of chip curvature
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Created Loading and Unloading time given initial weight of workpiece
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Created Loading and unloading time given Non-productive time in turning
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Created Density of Workpiece given Initial weight of workpiece
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Created Depth of cut given Machining time for maximum power
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Created Diameter of Workpiece given Surface Generation rate
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Created Diameter of workpiece terms of Machining time for maximum power
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Created Direct labour Rate given Total rate for Machining and Operator
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Created Factor to allow for Machining overheads given Total rate for Machining and Operator
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Created Factor to allow for Operator overheads given Total rate for Machining and Operator
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Created Length of Workpiece given Machining time for maximum power
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Created Length of Workpiece given Surface Generation rate
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Created Length-to-diameter Ratio in terms Initial weight of workpiece
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Verified Machining and Operating Rate given Machining Cost for Maximum Power
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Verified Machining Rate given Machining Cost for Maximum Power with limited Cutting Speed
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Created Number of shifts given Total rate for Machining and Operator
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Created Proportion of Initial Volume of workpiece to be removed given Initial weight of workpiece
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Created Surface area of Workpiece given Surface Generation rate
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Created Surface Generation Rate
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Verified Time Proportion of Cutting Edge Engagement for Maximum Power delivery given Machining Cost
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Created Volume of material to be removed given Machining time for maximum power
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6 More Machining Calculators
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Verified Machining and Operating Cost of Each Product using Average Production Cost
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Verified Machining and Operating Cost of Each Product using Individual Cost
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Verified Machining and Operating Cost of Each Product using Total Production Cost
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Verified Total Machining and Operating Costs given Individual Costs
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Verified Total Machining and Operating Costs given Total Production Cost
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Verified Total Machining and Operating Costs using Average Production Cost
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Created Machining time for maximum power given Initial weight of workpiece
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Verified Machining Time for Maximum Power given Machining Cost
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Created Machining time for maximum power in Turning
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Created Machining Time for Minimum Cost given Surface Generation rate
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Verified Machining Time for optimum speed for Maximum Power given Machining Cost
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Created Machining time under Max power for free machining
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Verified Machining Time for Each Product given Average Production Cost
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Verified Machining Time for Each Product given Individual Costs
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Verified Machining Time for Each Product using Total Production Cost
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Verified Total Machining Time using Average Production Cost
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Verified Total Machining Time using Total Production Cost
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Created Distance moved by tool corner given tool life and machining time
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Created Machining time given tool life and distance moved by tool corner
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Created Reference cutting speed given tool life and distance moved by tool corner
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Created Reference tool life given distance moved by tool corner
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Created Tool life given distance moved by tool corner
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Verified Atomic weight of work material
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Verified Current required for given MRR
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Verified Material Removal Rate in ECM
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Verified Valency of work material
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Verified Amount Received by Machine Shop given Profit per Component
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Verified Amount Received by Machine Shop given Profit Rate
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Verified Cost of Production given Profit per Component
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Verified Cost of Production given Profit Rate
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Verified Production Time per component given Profit
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Verified Production Time per component given Profit Rate
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Verified Profit per component produced
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Verified Profit per Component produced given Profit Rate
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Verified Rate of Profit
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Verified Rate of Profit given Profit Per component
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Created Area of Shear
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Created Cutting Ratio
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Created Cutting Ratio for given Shear Angle of Continuous chip
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Created Cutting Speed using Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining
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Created Density of Workpiece given Thickness of Chip
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Created Metal Removal Rate given Specific Cutting Energy
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Created Plowing Force using Force required to remove Chip
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Created Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining
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Created Rate of Energy Consumption during Machining given Specific Cutting Energy
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Created Shear Angle of Continuous Chip Formation
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Created Shear Strength of Material on Shear Plane
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Created Specific cutting energy in machining
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Created Total Shear force by tool
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Verified Diameter of Circular Section given Maximum Bending Stress
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Verified Eccentric Load given maximum Bending Stress
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Verified Eccentric Load given Minimum Bending Stress
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Verified Eccentricity of Load given Maximum Bending Stress
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Verified Eccentricity of Load given Minimum Bending Stress
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Verified Maximum Bending Stress for Circular Section given Moment of Load
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Verified Maximum Bending Stress given Eccentric Load
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Verified Minimum Bending Stress given Direct and Bending Stress
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Verified Minimum Bending Stress given Eccentric Load
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Verified Moment of Inertia of Circular Section given Maximum Bending Stress for Circular Section
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Verified Moment of Load given Maximum Bending Stress for Circular Section
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7 More Middle Quarter Rule For Circular Section Calculators
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Verified Diameter of Tool given Proportion of Edge Engagement for Face Milling
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Verified Diameter of Tool given Proportion of Edge Engagement for Slab and Side Milling
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Verified Proportion of Cutting Edge Engagement for Face Milling
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Verified Proportion of Cutting Edge Engagement for Slab and Side Milling
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Verified Work Engagement given Proportion of Edge Engagement for Face Milling
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Verified Work Engagement given Proportion of Edge Engagement for Slab and Side Milling
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Verified Constant for Machining Operation given Minimum Production Cost
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Verified Machining and Operating Rate given Minimum Production Cost
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Verified Minimum Production Cost per Component
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Verified Non-Productive Time per component given Minimum Production Cost
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Verified Reference Cutting Velocity given Minimum Production Cost
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Verified Reference Tool Life given Minimum Production Cost
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Verified Tool Life for minimum cost given Minimum Production Cost
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Verified Cost to change One Tool given min production time
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Verified Cutting Velocity for Minimum Production Time
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Verified Cutting Velocity for Minimum Production Time given Tool Changing Cost
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Verified Machining and Operating Rate given Tool Changing Cost and Cutting Velocity
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Verified Machining and Operating Rate given Tool Changing Cost and Tool Life
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Verified Reference Cutting Velocity using Minimum Production Time
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Verified Reference Tool Life given Min Production time
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Verified Taylor's Tool Life Exponent given Tool Life
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Verified Tool Changing Time for each Tool given min production time
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Verified Tool Changing Time for each Tool given Tool Life
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Verified Tool Life for Minimum Production Time
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Verified Tool Life for Minimum Production Time given Tool Changing Cost
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Verified Cutting Velocity for given Taylor's Tool Life
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Verified Depth of Cut for given Taylor's Tool Life, Cutting Velocity and Intercept
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Verified Feed given Taylor's Tool Life, Cutting Velocity, and Intercept
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Verified Taylor's Exponent of Depth of Cut
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Verified Taylor's Exponent of Feed
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Verified Taylor's Intercept given Cutting Velocity and Tool Life
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Verified Taylor's Tool Life Exponent using Cutting Velocity and Taylor's Tool Life
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Verified Taylor's Tool Life given Cutting Velocity and Taylor's Intercept
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Verified Bending Stress on Graduated Length Leaves
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3 More Multi-Leaf Spring Calculators
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Created Angle set from axis B
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Created Required Tool Back Rake Angle given Angle Set from Axis B
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Created Tool Side Rake Angle using Angle Set from Axis B
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Verified Non-Productive Cost of Component given Average Production Cost
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Verified Non-Productive Cost of Each Component given Total Production Cost
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Verified Non-Productive Cost of One Component given Individual Costs
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Verified Total Non-Productive Cost given Average Production Cost
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Verified Total Non-Productive Cost given Individual Costs
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Verified Total Non-Productive Cost given Total Production Cost
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Verified Number of Extra Full length leaves given Force applied at End of Spring
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7 More Number of leaves Calculators
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Verified Number of Tools used given Average Production Time
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Verified Number of Tools used given Total Cost of Tools
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Verified Number of Tools Used given Total Tool Changing Time
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Verified Outer Radius of Workpiece given Machining Time for Facing
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Verified Outside Radius given Workpiece Radius Ratio
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Verified Outside Radius of Workpiece given Instantaneous Cutting Speed
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Verified Outside Radius of Workpiece given Instantaneous Radius for Cut
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Verified Outside Radius of Workpiece given Optimum Spindle Speed
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Created Allowable Load in Parallel Fillet Weld per Unit Length
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Created Force in Parallel Fillet Weld given Shear Stress
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Created Leg of Parallel Fillet Weld given Shear Stress and Weld Cut Angle
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Created Length of Parallel Fillet Weld given Shear Stress and Weld Cut Angle
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Created Maximum Shear Stress in Parallel Fillet Weld given Load
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Created Shear Stress in Parallel Fillet Weld given Load
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9 More Parallel Fillet Welds Calculators
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Created Permissible Tensile Stress of Plate given Tensile Resistance of Plate between two Rivets
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3 More Permissible Stress Calculators
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Created Power available for Machining given Initial weight of workpiece
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Created Power available for Machining given Machining time for maximum power
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Verified Beam divergence given diameter of spot
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Verified Diameter of spot produced by laser
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Verified Focal length given diameter of spot
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5 More Power density of laser beam Calculators
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Verified Average Production Cost of each component
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Verified Average Production Cost of each Component given Total Production Cost
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Verified Average Production Cost of Each Component using Individual Costs
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Verified Total Production Cost
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Verified Total Production Cost for given Batch Size
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Verified Total Production Cost given Individual Costs
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Verified Constant for Machining Operation given Production Cost per Component
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Verified Cost of each Tool given Production Cost per Component
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Verified Machining and Operating Rate given Production Cost per Component
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Verified Nonproductive Time given Production Cost per Component
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Verified Production Cost per Component for Constant-Speed-Rough-Machining given Tool Changing Cost
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Verified Production Cost per Component in Constant-Cutting-Speed, Rough-Machining Operation
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Verified Reference Cutting Speed given Production Cost per Component
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Verified Reference Tool Life given Production Cost per Component
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Verified Taylor's Tool Life Constant given Production Cost per Component
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Verified Tool Changing Time for each Tool given Production Cost per Component
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Created Radius of Chip curvature
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Created Radius of Chip curvature when material constant is unity
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Created Radius of Chip given Chip breaker wedge angle
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Created Rate of Heat Generated in Primary Shear Zone given Temperature Rise
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Created Rate of Heat generated in Secondary Shear Zone given Average Temperature
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Created Rate of Heat Generation in Primary Deformation using Rate of Energy Consumption
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Created Rate of Heat Generation in Secondary Deformation Zone
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Created Total Rate of Heat Generation
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Verified Rate of Increase of Wear-Land given Feed and Time for Facing
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Verified Rate of Increase of Wear-Land given Rotational Frequency of Spindle
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Verified Rate of Increase of Wear-Land Width
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Verified Reference Tool Life given Cutting Speed for Constant-Cutting-Speed Operation
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Verified Reference Tool Life given Optimum Spindle Speed
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Verified Reference Tool Life given Rate of Increase of Wear-Land Width
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Created Wheel removal parameter given feed and machine infeed speed
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Created Wheel removal parameter given Grinding ratio
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Created Wheel removal parameter given wheel removal rate
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Created Workpiece removal parameter given feed and machine infeed speed
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Created Workpiece removal parameter given Grinding ratio
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Created Workpiece removal parameter given metal removal rate
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Verified Rotational Frequency of Spindle given Cutting Speed
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Verified Rotational Frequency of Spindle given Instantaneous Radius for Cut
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Verified Rotational Frequency of Spindle given Machining Time for Facing
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Verified Rotational Frequency of Spindle given Rate of Increase of Wear-Land
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Created Roughness Value
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Created Roughness value given feed speed
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1 More Roughness Value Calculators
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Verified Torsional Shear Stress given Principal Shear Stress in Shaft
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15 More Shaft Design on Strength Basis Calculators
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Shear (3)
Created Shear Force on Shear Plane using Shear Strength
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Created Shear Strength given Coefficient of Friction in Metal Cutting
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Created Shear Strength of Material given Total Frictional force in metal cutting
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4 More Shear Calculators
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Created Specific cutting energy given Initial weight of workpiece
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Created Specific cutting energy given Machining time for maximum power
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Verified Supply Voltage for Electrolysis
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Verified Supply Voltage given Gap between Tool and Work Surface
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Verified Supply Voltage given Specific Resistivity of Electrolyte
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Created Surface speed of Wheel given constant for grinding wheel
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Created Surface speed of wheel given number of chip produce per time
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Created Surface speed of workpiece given constant for grinding wheel
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Created Surface Speed of workpiece given Metal removal rate during grinding
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Created Average Temperature rise of chip from Secondary Deformation
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Created Average Temperature rise of chip from Secondary Deformation within boundary condition
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Created Average Temperature Rise of Material under Primary Deformation Zone
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Created Maximum Temperature rise in Chip in Secondary deformation zone
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Created Temperature rise of material in primary deformation zone
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Created Temperature Rise of Material in Secondary Deformation Zone
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Created Cutting Speed given Average Temperature Rise of Material under Primary Shear Zone
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Created Cutting Speed using Average Temperature Rise of Chip from Secondary Deformation
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Created Density of Material using Average Temperature rise of Chip from Secondary Deformation
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Created Density of Material using Average Temperature Rise of material under Primary Shear Zone
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Created Depth of Cut given Average Temperature Rise of Material under Primary Shear Zone
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Created Depth of Cut using Average Temperature Rise of Chip from Secondary Deformation
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Created Initial Workpiece Temperature using Maximum Temperature in Secondary Deformation Zone
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Created Length of Heat Source per Chip Thickness using Max Temperature Rise in Secondary Shear Zone
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Created Rate of Energy Consumption using Rate of Heat Generation during Machining
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Created Rate of Heat Conduction into Tool given Total Rate of Heat Generation
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Created Rate of Heat Conduction into Workpiece given Total Rate of Heat Generation
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Created Rate of Heat Transportation by Chip given Total Rate of Heat Generation
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Created Specific Heat given Average Temperature Rise of Material under Primary Shear Zone
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Created Specific Heat using Average Temperature Rise of Chip from Secondary Deformation
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Created Thermal Number using Maximum Temperature Rise in Chip in Secondary Deformation Zone
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Created Undeformed Chip Thickness given Average Temperature Rise of Material under Primary Shear Zone
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Created Un-deformed Chip Thickness using Average Temperature Rise of Chip from Secondary Deformation
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1 More Temperatures in Metal Cutting Calculators
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Created Area of contact given Total Frictional Force in metal cutting
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Created Coefficient of friction in metal cutting
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Created Normal Force on Shear Plane of Tool
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Created Normal stress due to tool
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Created Resultant Tool Force using Shear Force on Shear Plane
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Created Total frictional force in metal cutting
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Created Yield Pressure given Coefficient of Friction in metal cutting
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Created Threshold thrust force given wheel removal parameter
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Created Threshold thrust force given workpiece removal parameter
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Created Thrust force given wheel removal parameter
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Created Thrust force given workpiece removal parameter
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Verified Cost of 1 Tool given Machining Cost
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Verified Cost of 1 Tool given Tool Life for Minimum Machining Cost
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Verified Machining and Operating Rate for Minimum Machining Cost
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Verified Machining and Operating Rate given Machining Cost
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Verified Machining and Operating Rate given Tool Life for Minimum Machining Cost
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Verified Machining Cost given Tool Changing Cost per Tool
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Verified Machining Cost per component
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Verified Machining Time per component for Minimum Machining Cost
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Verified Machining Time per component given Machining Cost
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Verified Minimum Cost of Machining per component
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Verified Taylor's Exponent for Minimum Machining Cost given Tool Life
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Verified Taylor's Exponent for Minimum Machining Cost per component
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Verified Time Proportion of Cutting Edge Engagement given Machining Cost
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Verified Time Proportion of Cutting Edge Engagement given Tool Life for Minimum Machining Cost
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Verified Tool Changing Cost per Tool given Machining Cost
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Verified Tool Changing Cost per Tool given Tool Life for Minimum Machining Cost
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Verified Tool Changing Time for 1 Tool given Machining Cost
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Verified Tool Changing Time for 1 Tool given Tool Life for Minimum Machining Cost
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Verified Tool Life of One Tool for Minimum Machining Cost
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Verified Tool Life of One Tool for Minimum Machining Cost given Tool Changing Cost per Tool
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Verified Tool Life of One Tool given Machining Cost
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3 More Tool and Machining Costs Calculators
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Verified Tool Changing Cost of Each Product using Average Production Cost
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Verified Tool Changing Cost of each Tool given Individual Costs
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Verified Tool Changing Cost of Each Tool using Total Production Cost
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Verified Tool Changing Time for Each Tool given Individual Costs
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Verified Tool Changing Time for Each Tool given Total Production Cost
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Verified Total Tool Changing Cost given Individual Costs
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Verified Total Tool Changing Cost using Average Production Cost
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Verified Total Tool Changing Cost using Total Production Cost
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Verified Tool Changing Time for Each Tool given Average Production Cost
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Verified Total Tool Changing Time given Total Production Cost
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Verified Total Tool Changing Time using Average Production Cost
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Created Number of tools given Non-productive time in turning
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Verified Tool Changing Time for 1 Tool given Machining Cost for Maximum Power
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Verified Tool Life for Maximum Power delivery given Machining Cost for Maximum Power
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Created Tool positioning time per operation given Non-productive time in turning
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Created Total rate for Machining and Operator
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Verified Tool Feed Speed given Current Supplied
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Verified Tool Feed Speed given Gap between Tool and Work Surface
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Verified Tool Feed Speed given Volumetric Material Removal Rate
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Verified Tool Life Exponent given Rate of Increase of Wear-Land Width
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Verified Tool Life given Cutting Speed for Constant-Cutting-Speed Operation
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Verified Tool Life given Maximum Wear-Land Width
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Verified Tool Life given Rate of Increase of Wear-Land Width
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Verified Cutting Velocity for given Tool Life and Volume of Metal Removed
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Verified Depth of Cut given Cutting Velocity, Tool Life, and Volume of Metal Removed
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Verified Feed given Cutting Velocity, Tool Life, and Volume of Metal Removed
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Verified Tool Life given Cutting Velocity and Volume of Metal Removed
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Verified Volume of Metal removed given Cutting Velocity and Tool Life
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Verified Batch Size given Machining Time and Conditions
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Verified Batch Size using Tool Life and Machining Time
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Verified Constant for given Cylindrical Turning
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Verified Constant for Machining Operation of one product given Machining Condition
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Verified Cutting Velocity given Production Batch and Machining Conditions
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Verified Cutting Velocity of one product given Constant for Machining Operation
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Verified Diameter of workpiece given Constant for Cylindrical Turning
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Verified Feed given Constant for Cylindrical Turning
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Verified Machining Time of one product given Constant for Machining Operation
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Verified Machining Time of one product given Production Batch and Machining Conditions
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Verified Machining Time of One Product using Tool Life
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Verified Number of Tools Used given Machining Time and Conditions
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Verified Number of Tools Used given Tool Life
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Verified Reference Cutting Velocity given Production Batch and Machining Conditions
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Verified Reference Tool Life given Production Batch and Machining Conditions
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Verified Taylor's Tool Life Exponent given Production Batch and Machining Conditions
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Verified Tool Life given Batch Size and Number of Tools
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Verified Turning Length given Constant for Cylindrical Turning
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Verified Crater Depth for Sintered-Carbide Tools
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Verified Feed for Sintered-Carbide Tools using Crater Depth
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Verified Machinability Index
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Verified Reference Tool Life given Cutting Velocities, Tool Life under Machining Condition
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Verified Taylor's Exponent given Cutting Velocities, Tool Lives for two Machining Conditions
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Verified Taylor's Exponent if ratios of Cutting Velocities, Tool Lives are given in two machining conditions
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Verified Taylor's Intercept given Cutting Velocity and Taylor's Tool Life
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Verified Taylor's Tool Life Exponent given Cutting Velocity and Tool Life
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Verified Taylor's Tool Life given Cutting Velocity and Intercept
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Verified Tool Life given Cutting Velocities and Tool Life for Reference Machining Condition
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1 More Tool Life And Tool Wear Calculators
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Verified Cost of One Tool for Minimum Production Cost given Tool Changing Cost
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Verified Cost of One Tool given Tool Life
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Verified Cost to change One Tool given Tool Life
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Verified Machining and Operating Rate if cost of changing tool is also considered
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Verified Machining and Operating Rate using Min Production Cost and Min Production time
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Verified Tool Changing Time for each Tool given Tool Life and tool cost
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Verified Tool Life for Minimum Production Cost
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Verified Tool Life for Minimum Production Cost given Tool Changing Cost
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Verified Tool Life for Minimum Production Cost when Carbide Tool is used
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Verified Tool Life for Minimum Production Cost when High-Speed Steel Tool is used
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Created Nominal Diameter of Bolt given Wrench Torque
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Created Pre load in Bolt given Wrench Torque
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Created Wrench Torque Required to Create Required Pre Load
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Verified Total Cost of Tools given Total Production Cost
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Verified Total Cost of Tools used given Average Production Cost
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Verified Total Cost of Tools Used given Individual Costs
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Created Length of weld given Tensile Stress in Transverse Fillet Weld
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Created Tensile Force on Plates given Tensile Stress in Transverse Fillet Weld
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Created Tensile Stress in Transverse Fillet Weld
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Created Tensile Stress in Transverse Fillet Weld given Leg of Weld
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Created Thickness of Plate given Tensile Stress in Transverse Fillet Weld
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Created Basic setup time given Non-productive time in turning
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Created Batch size given Non-productive time in turning
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Created Diameter of turned parts given Length-to-diameter Ratio
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Created Length-to-diameter Ratio given diameter of turned parts
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Created Non-productive time in turning
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Created Number of operations given Non-productive time in turning
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Created Set-up Time per tool terms of Non-productive time in turning
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3 More Turning Calculators
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Created Maximum undeformed chip thickness
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Created Maximum undeformed chip thickness given average volume of each chip
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Created Maximum undeformed chip thickness given constant for grinding wheel
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Verified Batch Size given Average Production Cost
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Verified Batch Size given Total Production Cost
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Verified Machining and Operating Rate given Average Production Cost of each Component
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Verified Machining and Operating Rate given Total Production Cost
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Verified Machining and Operating Rate using Individual Cost
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Verified Number of Tools used given Average Production Cost
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Verified Number of Tools used given Individual Costs
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Verified Number of Tools used given Total Production Cost
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Verified Setup Time for Each Product given Average Production Cost
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Verified Setup Time for Each Product given Individual Costs
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Verified Setup Time for Each Product given Total Production Cost
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Verified Total Non-Productive Time using Average Production Cost
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Verified Total Non-Productive Time using Total Production Cost
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Verified Increase in Wear-Land Width given Rate of Increase of Wear-Land Width
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Verified Increase in Wear-Land Width per Component
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Verified Maximum Wear-Land Width
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Verified Maximum Wear-Land Width given Rate of Increase of Wear-Land Width
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3 More Wear Land Calculators
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Wheel (5)
Created Wheel diameter given equivalent wheel diameter
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Created Wheel hardness Number given Percentage Volume of Bond material in wheel
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Created Wheel removal parameter from Lindsay's semiempirical analysis
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Created Wheel structure Number given Percentage Volume of Bond material in wheel
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Created Wheel surface speed from Lindsay's semiempirical analysis
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Created Workpiece diameter given equivalent wheel diameter
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Created Workpiece removal parameter given number of workpiece revolution
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Created Workpiece surface speed from Lindsay's semiempirical analysis
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Created Workpiece surface speed given number of workpiece revolutions
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