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Building Thermal Analysis 45 Worksheets

The Building Thermal Analysis worksheet collection covers topics like conduction,
convection, solar radiation, thermal radiation, and heat flow for infrastructure including
walls, windows, rooms, pipes, inclined surfaces, boilers, and chimneys. More advanced
worksheets solve transient models for single walls and entire Heating Ventilation and Air
Conditioning (HVAC) systems.

Building Structural Design 33 Worksheets

This worksheet collection contains a wide range of structural design problems. These
worksheets demonstrate how PTC Mathcad Prime 3.0 can solve basic structural design
problems within a well-documented report. The worksheets follow regulating building
and design codes like the American Concrete Institute (ACI) and the American Society
of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Standards. Shear and moment curves for beam loading;
design of columns, flat plates, base plates, retaining walls, and footings; and wind and
seismic loading are some of the worksheet topics.

Chemical Engineering 22 Worksheets

This set of PTC Mathcad Prime 3.0 worksheets cover topics including fluid flow, phase
changes, heat exchangers, vaporizers, and pressure drops for cases involving both
liquids and gases. More advanced worksheets include model PID controllers heating a
tank of liquid, solve fluid dynamic problems in both parallel and series, and use the
McCabe-Thiele Method for binary distillation.

Custom Functions 6 Worksheets

These custom functions enable the user to take a PTC Mathcad Prime 3.0 worksheet
and write STL, DXF, HDF5, and C++. Users can turn mathematic models in their PTC
Mathcad Prime 3.0 worksheet into 3D renderings using WriteSTL and WriteDXF. User
also can export PTC Mathcad Prime 3.0 matrices as C++ code to assist in the
verification of FORTRAN or C++ codes. Users gain the ability to develop and distribute
custom functions. This means legacy code (C, C++, and FORTRAN) can be wrapped as
additional Mathcad Prime 3.0 functions.

Differential Equations 62 Worksheets

The Differential Equations worksheets will provide the user with an overview of ordinary
differential equations (ODEs). The worksheet collection is designed to show the user
where ODEs come from and how to solve them in PTC Mathcad Prime 3.0. Topics
covered include: boundary conditions, first and second order differential equations,
homogeneous and nonhomogeneous differential equations, Euler’s Method,
Eigenvalues, linear and nonlinear differential equations, Bessel functions, and Legendre
Electrical Power Systems Engineering 35 Worksheets
This worksheet collection carries out common design calculations for electrical power
systems. Power transmission and distribution, power system protection, and power
system electrical transients are the three major topics discussed. PTC Mathcad Prime
3.0 capabilities including complex arithmetic, matrices, equation solving, and plotting are
showcased while tackling these problems.

Finite Element Beginnings 152 Worksheets

The Finite Element Beginnings collection is comprised of six chapters that cover the
finite element method. This method is a numerical analysis technique used to obtain
solutions to the differential equations that describe a wide variety of physical and non-
physical problems. The six chapters cover: finite element beginnings, the discrete
approach, finite elements of elastic continua, element interpolation and shape functions,
mapped elements, and the method of weighted residuals.

Mathcad Prime Tutorials with Physics Examples 22 Worksheets

This set of PTC Mathcad Prime 3.0 worksheets walk users through elementary physics
problems while teaching them the basics of PTC Mathcad Prime 3.0. Upon completion of
the tutorials, the user will be able to: write equations that contain constants, variables,
and units; solve and graph equations; statistically analyze a set of data; and linearly fit a
set of data.

Miscellaneous Worksheets 65 Worksheets

This worksheet collection is a good resource for a user of any discipline as it contains
material for wide range of applications. These applications include Mechanical,
Electrical, Civil, and Environmental Engineering in addition to topics including data
regression, complex numbers, solving systems of equations, financial risk management,
and response surface modeling.

Programming in PTC Mathcad 3.0 29 Worksheets

This set of programming worksheets show the user the opportunities for programming
with PTC Mathcad Prime 3.0. Many of PTC Mathcad Prime 3.0’s computational and
connectivity features are discussed throughout the set. Programming worksheets cover
for and while loops; if, else, and else if statements; and continue, break, and return

Topics in Electrical Engineering 26 Worksheets

These worksheets perform common design calculations from several branches of
electrical engineering. These branches include circuits, feedback analysis, signal
processing, transfer functions, and electromagnetics. These worksheets illustrate how
PTC Mathcad Prime 3.0 is a useful tool for solving a user’s electrical engineering
Building Thermal 4.2_Thermal_Admittance_of_a_ Building Structural
Analysis 4.3_Steady-
1.1_Heat_Conduction_in_Multila Periodic_Heat_Transfer_in_Multi 1.1_Simple_Span_Beams
yered_Walls layered_Walls 1.2_Beams_with_Uniform_Load
1.2_Heat_Conduction_Through_ 5.1_Natural_Convection_in_Wall _and_End_Moments
Insulated_Pipes _Cavities_and_Windows 1.3_Single_Span_Beams_-
1.3_Walls_with_Internal_Heat_G 5.2_Convective_Heat_Transfer_ _Shear_and_Moment
eneration Coefficients_in_Rooms 10.1_Material_Propreties,_Devel
1.4_Conduction_Shape_Factors 5.3_Wind_Heat_Transfer_Coeffi opment,_and_Splice_Lengths
_-_Pipe_Buried_in_Soil ecient 2.1 Composite Beam Section
1.5_Effect_of_Solar_Radiation_ 5.4_Infiltration Properties
on_Exterior_Walls 6.1_Calculation_of_View_Factor 2.2 Shear Capacity of Welded
1.6_Thermal_Analysis_of_Unhe s_in_a_Rectangular_Room_with Studs
ated_Spaces _One_Window 2.3 Section Properties of Built-
10.1 Laplace Transfer Functions 6.2_Calculation_of_Thermal_Ra Up Steel Sections
for Building Thermal Control diation_Properties 3.1 Continous One Way Slabs
10.2 Transient Building 6.3.1_Combined_Raduation_Co 3.2 Reinforced Concrete Beams
Response Using Numerical nvection_Heat_Transfer_in_Cavi - Size Selection
Inversion of Laplace Domain ties_and_Thermal_Resistance_o 3.3 Continous Beams - Flexural
Response f_Windows Reinforcement
10.3_Thermal_Control_and_Tra 6.3.2_Measurements_of_Air_Te 3.4_Shear_Reinforcement
nsient_Response_of_a_Heating mperature 3.5_Reinforced_Concrete_Secti
_System 6.3.3_Combined_Radiation- on_Properties
10.4_Z- Convection_Heat_Loss_from_Pi 4.1_Rectangular_Tied_Columns
Transforms_and_Their_Applicati pe 4.2_Effective_Lengths_and_Criti
on_to_Digital_Thermal_Control_ 6.3_Combined_Radiation_and_ cal_Loads
and_Simulation Convection 4.3_Moment_Magnification
11.1 Boiler, Piping System, and 7.1_Solar_Radiation_on_Incline 5.1_Wide_flange_columns
Pump d_Surfaces 5.2_Tubular_Steel_Columns
11.2 Expansion Tank 7.1_Solar_Radiation_on_Incline 5.3_Steel_Pipe_Columns
11.3 Chimney System Design d_Surfaces_PROBLEMS!!! 5.4_Steel_Column_Base_Plates
2.1_Lumped_Parameter_Model_ 7.2_Solar_Properties_of_Windo 5.5_Elastic_Effective_Length_Fa
and_the_Thermal_Network_Met ws ctors
hod 7.3_Solar_Radiation_Transmitte 5.6_Inelastic_Effective_Length_
2.2_Transient_Conduction_in_S d_by_Windows Factors
emi-Infinite_Slab 7.4 Solar Shading Calculations 6.1_Direct_Design_Moments_A
2.3_Semi-Infinite_Slab_- and Design of Overhangs nd_Flexural_Reinforcement
_Radiant_Heat_Flux_on_Floor 8.1_Psychrometry_and_Thermo 6.2_Design_of_Flat_Plates_for_
2.4_Semi-Infinite_Slab_- dynamic_Properties_of_Moist_Ai Shear
_Convective_Boundary_Conditio r 7.1_Spread_Footings
n 8.2_Properties_of_Moist_Air_- 7.2_Pile_Footings
2.5_Simple_Transient_Model_fo _Three_Cases 7.3_Pile_Cap_Configurations
r_a_Wall 8.3_Thermal_Comfort_Calculati 7.4_As_Driven_Pile_Group_Ana
3.1_Steady-State_Two- on lysis
Dimensional_Analysis_of_Therm 9.1_First_Order_Room_Model 8.1_Reinforced_Concrete_Retai
al_Bridges 9.2_Detailed_Steady- ning_Walls_with_Level_or_Surc
3.2_Heat_Flow_in_Basements Periodic_Zone_Model_and_Heat harged_Backfill
3.3_Transient_One- ing_Load_Calculations 8.2_Reinforced_Concrete_Retai
Dimensional_Finite_Difference_ 9.3_Steady- ning_Walls_with_Sloping_Backh
Wall_Model Periodic_Zone_Model_and_Cool ill
4.1_Principles_of_Steady_Perio ing_Load_Calculations
dic_Analysis_of_Wall_Heat_Flo Chemical Engineering
w 2D Linear Interpolation
Automatic Optimisation 1.1 Separable Differential 2.5 Cauchy-Euler Second Order
Controller Gains Equations Differential Equations
Energy Transfer Across a Heat 1.1.1 Application Population 2.6 Numerical Methods for
Exchanger Dynamics Second Order Differential
Equilibrium Stages Required to 1.1.2 Application Newton's Law Equations
Separate Propane-Pentane of Cooling 2.6.1 The Runge-Kutta-Nystrom
FitData_ Antoine Equation 1.1.3 Miscellaneous Applications Method
Flowrate Between Two from Mechanics 2.6.2 The Rayleigh-Ritz Finite
Reservoirs Assisted By A Pump 1.2 Exact Differential Equations Difference Methods for
Flow Through a Pipe 1.3 Integrating Factors Boundary Value Problems
Flow Through a Pump 1.4 Algebraically Homogeneous 3 Systems of First Order Linear
Heat Transfer Coefficient For Differential Equations Differential Equations - A Matrix
Pool Boiling 1.4A Detail for Section 1.4 Approach
McCabe-Thiele Distillation 1.5 Linear Differential Equations 3.1 Review of Linear Algebra
Pressure Drop in a Venturi 1.5A Detail for Section 1.5 Techniques
Pressure Drop of a Power-Law 1.6 Numerical Methods for First 3.2 Homogeneous Systems of
Fluid Order Ordinary Differential Differential Equations with
Pumps in Parallel Equations Constant Coefficients
Single Component Vaporiser 1.6.1 Euler's Method 3.2.1 Real, Distinct Eigenvalues
Single Component Vaporiser 1.6.2 The Modified Euler Method 3.2.2 Complex Eigenvalues
under PI Control 1.6.3 The Fourth Order Runge- 3.2.3 Repeated Eigenvalues
Specific Enthalpy of Ethanol Kutta Method 3.3 Nonhomogeneous Systems
Tank Heating under PI Control 1.6.4 Fourth Order Adams- of First Order Differential
Tank Heating under PID Control Bashforth Method A Multistep Equations with Constant
Transient Draining of Tanks Method Coefficients
Transient Heat Exchange 1.6.4A Detail for Section 1.6.4 3.4 Numerical Methods for
Through Three Tanks In Series 1.6.5 The Adams-Moulton and Systems of First Order
Two-Phase Pressure Drop Adams-Bashforth-Moulton Differential Equations
Vapour-Liquid Equilibria Predictor-Corrector Methods 3.4.1 Euler's Method
1.7 Miscellaneous First Order 3.4.2 Fourth Order Runge-Kutta
Custom Functions Differential Equations and Method
Mathcad_HDF Applications 4 Higher Order Linear
mat2cplusplus 2 Second Order Linear Differential Equations
4 shape samples plus tree Differential Equations - Methods 4.1 Higher Order Homogeneous
WRITE DXF and Applications Linear DIfferential Equations
4 shape samples plus tree 2.1 General Theory of Second with Constant Coefficients
Generate STL3 Linear Differential Equations 4.2 Higher Order
2.2 Homogeneous Linear Nonhomogeneous Linear
Differential Equations with Differential Equations
Differential Equations Constant Coefficients 5 Systems of Nonlinear Ordinary
0 Introduction to Ordinary 2.3 Nonhomogeneous Linear Differential Equations
Differential Equations Differential Equations 5.1 Stability Properties of
0.1 Solutions to Differential 2.3.1 The Method of Systems of Linear Differential
Equations and Integral Curves Undetermined Coefficients Equations
0.2 Classifying Differential 2.3.2 The Method of Variation of 5.2 Stability Properties of
Equations Parameters Systems of Nonlinear Differential
0.3 Initial Boundary Value 2.4 Applications from Equations
Problems Mechanical Vibrations and 5.3 Predator - Prey Interactions
0.4 Some Applications That Electric Circuits and Other Population Models
Lead to Differential Equations 2.4.1 Free Vibrations of a 5.4 Nonlinear Pendulum
1 First Order Ordinary Mechanical System Dynamics and Other Problems
Differential Equations and 2.4.2 Forced Vibrations of a from Mechanics
Application Mechanical System 6 Series Soulutions of Ordinary
2.4.3 RLC Circuits Differential Equations
6.1 Power Series Solutions of 3_1b Review of System 1_3_4 Assembling the Elements
Differential Equations about Transients - Transient 1_3_5 Applying the Boundary
Ordinary Points Overvoltages Conditions
6.2 Power Series Solutions Near 3_2a Transformer Energization - 1_3_6 Solving the System of
a Regular Singular Point Theory Equations
6.3 Bessel's Differential 3_2b Transformer Energization - 1_3_7 Making Additional
Equations and Bessel Functions Modeling Computations
6.4 Legendre's Differential 3_2c Transformer Energization - 1_4 Brief History of the Finite
Equation and Legendre Compensation Element Method
Polynomials 3_3 Application of Surge 2 The Discrete Approach_A
About This Differential Equations Arresters Physical Interpretation
Handbook About this E-book 2_1 Introduction
Chptr1 2_2 A simple Elastic Spring
Electrical Power Chptr2 2_3 A System of Springs
Chptr3 2_3_1 Step 1 - Discretize the
Systems Engineering Cover Spring System
1_1 Per Unit System Index 2_3_2 Step 2 - Select
1_2 Voltage Drop Calculations Table_1_6_1 Interpolation Functions
1_3a Load Flow Calculations - Table_1_6_2 2_3_3 Step 3 - Find the Element
Theory Table_3_2_1 Properties
1_3b Load Flow Calculations - Techind 2_3_4 Step 4 - Assemble the
Application Toc Elements
1_4a Least-Cost Power 2_3_5 Step 5 - Apply the
Transformer Sizing - Efficiency Boundary Conditions
1_4b Least-Cost Power
Finite Element
2_3_6 Step 6 - Solve the System
Transformer Sizing - Cost Beginnings of Equations
Estimation 1 Introduction 2_3_6a Equivalent Stiffness
1_5a Power System Harmonic 1_1 Definition and Basic 2_3_7 Step 7 - Additional
Analysis - Introduction Concepts Calculations
1_5b Power System Harmonic 1_2 The Process of 2_4 Assembling the Elements
Analysis - Harmonic Interactions Discretization 2_4_1 An Example Finite
1_6a Power Line Parameters - 1_2_1 Discrete Systems Element Mesh
Introduction 1_2_1a Heat Flow 2_4_2 The Assembly Algorithm
1_6b Power Line Parameters - 1_2_1b Electrical Networks 2_4_3 Properties of the
Sequence Impedance of Lines 1_2_1c Fluid Networks Assembled Stiffness Matrix
2_1a Power System Faults - 1_2_1d A Truss Structure 2_5 How to treat Boundary
Introduction 1_2_2 Continous Systems Conditions
2_1b Power System Faults - 1_2_2a A Soultion to a 1-D 2_5_1 The Direct Method
Application Boundary Value Problem 2_5_2 The Payne and Irons
2_2 Mid-Line Fault Calculations 1_2_3 Comparison to the Finite Technique
2_3a Out-of-Step Protection - Difference Method 2_5_3 Matrix Partitioning
Theory 1_3 Seven Basic Steps of the 2_6 1D Discrete Finite Element
2_3b Out-of-Step Protection - Finite Element Method Algorithm in One Dimension
Application 1_3_1 Discretizing the 2_6_1 Application to Other
2_4 Introduction Motor Start-up Continuum Discrete Systems
Protection 1_3_1a Example of an 2_7 Truss Analysis
2_5a DC Motor Protection - Automatic Solid Mesh 2_7_1 Element Stiffness Matrix
Modeling Generation in Global Coordinates
2_5b DC Motor Protection - 1_3_1b Example of a Manually 2_7_2 Stiffness Derivation Using
Simulation Created Solid Mesh Local Coordinates
3_1a Review of System 1_3_2 Selecting Interpolation 2_8 A Finite Element Algorithm
Transients- Introduction Functions for Trusses in Two Dimensions
1_3_3 Finding Element 2_8_1 Truss Algorithm with
Equations Discussion
2_8_2 Truss Algorithm without 4_3 Linear Interpolation in One 5_2 Mapping in One Dimension
Discussion Dimension 5_2_1 Differentiation snd
3 Introduction to Finite Elements 4_3_1 jts Piecewise Linear Integration
of Elastic Continua Interpolation 5_2_1a Newton-Cotes
3_1 Introduction 4_3_1 Piecewise Linear Quadrature
3_2 Continuity of Elements in a Interpolation 5_2_1b Gaussian Quadrature
Continuum 4_3_1a jts The Effect of a Finer 5_2_1c Summary
3_3 Basic Concepts in Three Mesh 5_2_1s Element Length in
Dimensional Linear Elasticity 4_3_1a The Effect of a Finer Symbolic Form
3_3_1 The Displacement Field Mesh 5_3 Mapping in Two Dimensions
3_3_2 Strain Components 4_4 Higher-Order Polynomials in 5_4 Evaluation of Element
3_3_3 Stress Components One Dimension Equations
3_3_4 Constitutive Laws 4_4_1 Quadratic Interpolation in 5_4_1 Transformation of
3_3_5 The Principle of Minimum One Dimension Derivatives
Potential Energy 4_4_2 Piecewise Quadratic 5_4_1a Linear Mapped
3_3_6 Plane Stress and Plane Interpolation Elements
Strain 4_4_3 Generalization to Higher 5_4_1b Quadratic Mapped
3_4 A Triangular Element in Orders Elements
Plane Stress 4_5 Derivatives of Shape 5_4_1c Cubic Mapped Elements
3_5 The Direct Method for a Functions 5_4_2 The Area Integral and
Triangular Element 4_5_1 Linear Interpolation and Numerical Integration
3_5_1 Interpolation of Differentiation 5_4_2a Integration of Mapped
Displacement 4_5_2 Quadratic Interpolation Quadratic Elements
3_5_2 Strain-Displacement and Differentiation 5_4_2d1 Transformation of an
Equation 4_5_3 Continuity Requirements Element of Area
3_5_3 Stress-Strain Relationship 4_6 Polynomials in two 5_4_3 Integration Along Element
3_5_4 Equivalent Forces for a Dimensions Boundaries
Stress Field 4_6_1 A Linear Triangular 5_5 Shape Functions Along
3_5_5 The Stiffness Matrix Element Element Boundaries
3_5_5a Summary of the Direct 4_6_2 A Four Node Rectangular 5_5_1 Reduction to One
Method Element Dimension on Boundaries
3_6 The Energy Method for 4_6_3 A Specialized 5_5_2 Evaluating a Distributed
Elastic Elements Rectangular Element Edge Load
3_6_1 The Stiffness Matrix 4_7_1a_Piecewise_Approximati 5_6 Finite Element Code Using
3_6_2 How to treat Surface on_Using_Lagrange_Polynomial Isoparametric Plane Stress
Tractions s Elements
3_6_3 Final Remarks 4_7_1_1- 5_6_1 Linear Isoparametric
3_7 Comparison of the Direct D_Lagrangian_Shape_Functions Plane Stress Elements
and Energy Methods for Plane 4_7_2a Condensation of Internal 5_6_1
Stress Nodes 5_6_2 Quadratic Isoparametric
3_8 A Finite Element Code for 4_7_2_2- Plane Stress Elements
Plane Strain D_Lagrangian_Shape_Functions 5_6_2
3_8_1 Plane Stress Code With 4_7_3 2-D Serendipity Shape 6 The Method of Weighted
Discussion Functions Residuals
3_8_2 Plane Stress Code 4_7_3a Serendipity Shape 6_1 Introduction
Without Discussion Functions for a Linear Element 6_2 Overview of Residual
4 Element Interpolation and 4_7_3b Serendipity Shape Methods
Shape Functions Functions for a Quadratic 6_2_1 Problem Definition
4_1 Introduction Element 6_2_2 Approximate Solution
4_2 The Essence of the Finite 4_7_3c_Serendipity_Shape_Fun Using Trial Functions
Element Method ctions_for_a_Cubic_Element 6_2_2a Point Collacation
4_2a Typical Problems in 4_8 Final Remarks 6_2_2b Subdomain Collcation
Engineering 5 Mapped Elements 6_2_2c Galerkin's Method
5_1 Introduction
6_2_3 Comparison of the Three Balancing the pH Balance and Fitting Hyperbolic Data
Methods Composition of Two Chemical Gaussian Probability Distribution
6_3 Applying Galerkin's Method Soultions in PTC Mathcad
to Finite Elements Bearing Capacity and Maximum Gauss_Newton Nonlinear
6_3_1 One Dimension - Load of a Pier Regression
Integration by Parts Calculating Fault Current Generating Polar Histograms in
6_3_2 Finite Element Code in Magnitude in PTC Mathcad PTC Mathcad
One Dimension Calculating Force on a Truss Getting Started with Mathcad
6_3_3 Two Dimensions - Connection Joint Inventory Control Example in
Green's Theorem Calculating the Tensile Stress PTC Mathcad
6_4 Finite Element Applications and Tensile Forces in the Bolt of Linear and Angular Momentum
6_4_1 Laplace's Equations in a a Flange Pipe of Three Small Balls
Circular Disk Calculating Volume of a Load Flow Calculations
6_4_1a Linear Finite Element Pressure Vessel Logistic Map and Ideal Random
Code for Laplace's Equation Calculating Water Amount for Number Generator
6_4_2 Laplace's Equation in a Borehole Drilling Manufacturing Perfomance
Rectangular Region Choosing a Cam-Type Cluth to Curves in PTC Mathcad
6_4_2a Quadratic Finite Element Drive a Centrifugal Pump Measuring Traffic Flow and EAL
Code for Laplace;s Equation Comparing Air Pressure and for Vehicles
6_4_2b Detail of Exact Solution Elevation for Air Volume Modeling of SAW Delay Lines
6_5 Concluding Remarks Calculations modelling the ocean
Complex Numbers in PTC Monte Carlo Simulation of the
Mathcad Prime Tutorials Mathcad Streeter Phelps Equation
Converting Nonlinear Systems to Natural Math and Units
with Physics Examples Linear Ones Numeric and Symbolic Variables
2_1basic Cubic Spline Interpolation in PTC Mathcad - Undefining a
2_2basic D3Q3_Mod variable
2_3basic Determining Suction Lift Pump Numeric vs. Smbolic
3_1varb Height Using Solve Blocks Representations in PTC
3_2varb Developing IDF Curves from Mathcad
3_3varb Rainfall Data Performing a Weighted Fit in
4_1solve Differential Algebraic Equations PTC Mathcad
4_2solve in PTC Mathcad Planar Regression in PTC
4_3solve Eigenvalues and Eigenvectors in Mathcad
4_4solve PTC Mathcad Plotting Frequency Distribution
4_5solve Ergodicity in a Harmonic Data in PTC Mathcad
5_1graph Oscillator Preparing Time Series for Data
5_2graph Example of Solving a System of Analysis
5_3graph Equations with Units Preventing System Failures with
6_1what Example of Using Laplace Reliability Testing for Pump
6_2what Transforms to Solve an ODE Systems
6_3what Example of Using Symbolic Random Triangles in the Unit
6_4what Math to Solve an ODE Square
7_1data Financial Risk Management in Random Walks in PTC Mathcad
7_2data PTC Mathcad Response Surface Modeling in
7_3data Finding Channel Height Channel PTC Mathcad
8_final Width and Velocity of Water Risk Probability and Flood
Finding the Actual Force and Proofing a Bridge Over a River
Miscellaneous Brake Capacity of a Long-Shoe RLC Circuit Analysis
Worksheets Internal Drum Brake Seeded Iteration in PTC
Analyzing Process Capabilities Finding the Shear Force and Mathcad
Applying the Momentum Bending Moment Along a Beam Solving Coupled ODEs in PTC
Equation to Determine Water Finite vs Infinite Life and Fatigue Mathcad
Depth between Bridge Piers Failure for a Steel Object
Solving Systems of Equations in 6.4 The 3N + 1 Problem About_Topics_in_Electrical_Engi
PTC Mathcad Using the Find (Recursion) neering
Function 6.6 Interesting (and Useful)
The Weibull Distribution Functions
Function in Reliability Statistics 6.7 The Convex Hull
Theory of the Capacitor revised 6.8 An Adaptive Quadrature
Three Phase Power System in Algorithm
PTC Mathcad 6.9 Set Theory
Tracking the Development of a
Storm Topics in Electrical
Using Cubic Splines to
Determine Characteristics and
Efficiency of a Pump 10_Delta_Modulation
Using Henrys Law and Solve 11.1_Z-
Blocks in Chemistry and Transform_and_Inverse_Transfo
Environmental Engineering rm
Using the Finite Element Method 11.2_Linear_Constant-
on Truss Structures Coefficient_Difference_Equation
Visualisation of Typical Wellbore s
Survey Data 12_Algebraic_Codes
Programming in PTC 13.2_Analog_Elliptic_Filter_Desi
Mathcad 3.0 gn
1.0 What is Programming in PTC 13.3_Digital_Elliptic_Filter_Desig
Mathcad n
2.1 Functions Definitions 14_Chebyshev_Polynomials
2.2 Recursively Defined 15_FIR_Filter_Design_by_Wind
Functions owing
2.4 If 1_Field_Patterns_of_a_Uniform
2.5 Boolean Operators _Linear_Antenna_Array
3.0 The Include Worksheet 2.1_1-D_Waveguides_-
Operation _Striplines
4.1 Introduction 2.2_2-D_Waveguides
4.10 Error Trapping 2.3_3-D_Resonators
4.11 Error Messages 2.4_Circular_Waveguides_-
4.12 Programs and Symbolic _Coaxial_Lines
Computation 3.1_Impedance_as_a_Function_
4.2 The Program Operator of_z,_w
4.3 Local Assignments 3.2_Reflection_Coefficient_Calc
4.4 The if and else Operators ulations
4.5 The for Loop 3.3_The_Smith_Chart
4.6 The while Loop 4_Network_Analysis_Using_an_
4.7 The continue and break Admittance_Matrix
Operators 5.1_Bode_Plots_and_Nichols_C
4.8 The return Operator harts
4.9 Type Checking 5.2_Root-Locus_Technique
5.1 Dynamically Linked Libraries 5.3_Polar_Plots_and_Nyquist_Pl
6.10 Local Functions ots
6.11 Periodic Extensions 6_Two-Port_Networks
6.12 Working with Strings 7_American_Wire_Gauge_Table
6.2 The Greatest Common 8_Convolution_and_Deconvoluti
Divisor on
6.3 Pi 9_Digitizing_a_Signal