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MITCalc - Extension Pack EP08

Decin, Czech Republic, 01/31/2013
 

Engineering calculations MITCalc were extended with a new calculation module.

 

Deformation and stress of rotational shells (pressure vessels) - EP08.

The calculation concerns solutions of pressure vessels and their components. The calculation solves deformations and curves of stress in rotational shells loaded with axial force, pressure, radial force and a bending moment. This program is intended for homogeneous shells of identical thickness and a single material. The calculation also enables solutions for connecting two shells of different parameters (thickness, material, dimensions...).

The program enables:

  • Calculation of cylindrical, conical and spherical thin-wall shells
  • Calculation of a cylindrical and spherical thick-wall shells
  • Calculation of a round plate
  • Selection of various loading methods (joint, force, moment, rotational, load with fluid...)
  • Calculation of deformation, radial shift, moment and stress in any point
  • Visualisation of charts with curves of the calculated values

If you have installed the complete MITCalc (full version or a yearly subscription), the new calculation module will be added by installation of an extending package EP08.

New versions of MITCalc are available for download here.
 

About MITCalc

MITCalc is a multi-language mechanical and technical calculation package. It includes solutions for gears, belt and chain drives, bearings, springs, beam, shaft, bolt connection, shaft connection, tolerances, welding and many other mechanical parts. The calculations are compatible with most types of 2D and 3D CAD systems (AutoCAD®, AutoCAD LT®, IntelliCAD®, Ashlar Graphite®, TurboCAD®, Autodesk Inventor®, SolidWorks®, Solid Edge®, Pro/ENGINEER®...) , support both Imperial and Metric units, and are processed according to ANSI, ISO, DIN, BS, Japanese and other common standards.

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