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Unit
Conversion,
Scientific
etc.
FOR
MORE
UNIT
CONVERSION
CALCULATORS
SEE
MATHEMATICS
CALCULATORS
CENTER
International
System
of
Units
INTERNATIONAL
SYSTEM
OF
UNITS

Physics
Laboratory,
National
Institute
of
Standards
For
more
information
see
The
NIST
Reference
on
Constants,
Units,
&
Uncertainty;
Physical
Reference
Data
or
the
Physics
Laboratory,
National
Institute
of
Standards
and
Technology
Some
examples
include
SI
Units
SI
Prefixes
Fundamental
Physicsal
Constants
Engineering/Scientific

Integral
Calculators
INTEGRALS:
THE
INTEGRATOR

Wolfram
Research,
Inc
"The
Power
To
Do
Integrals
As
The
World
Has
Never
Seen
Before".
For
more
information
see
Wolfram
Research,
Inc
Engineering
Specific
Unit
Conversion
Calculators

Some
Examples
ENGINEERING,
SCIENTIFIC
UNIT
CONVERTER

Legacy
Systems
VERY
VERY
EXTENSIVE.
For
more
information
see
Legacy
Systems
INTERACTIVE
UNIT
EQUIVALENCY
CONVERTER
CALCULATOR

TRIATEK
"This
utility
allows
you
to
convert
from
one
engineering
scale
to
another."
For
more
information
see
TRIATEK
Interactive
Engineering
Tools
or
TRIATEK
Other
Equivalency
Converters
include
Interactive
Unit
Equivalency
Table
Generator

Engineering
Energy
Unit
Conversion
Calculators
CONVERSION
FACTORS
FOR
ENERGY
EQUIVALENTS

CALCULATOR

Physics
Laboratory,
National
Institute
of
Standards
Includes:
Joule
(J);
kilogram
(Kg);
inverse
meter
(1/m);
hertz
(Hz);
kelvin
(K);
electron
volt
(eV);
atomic
mass
unit
(u);
and
hartree
(Eh).
For
more
information
see
International
System
of
Units
(SI);
The
NIST
Reference
on
Constants,
Units,
&
Uncertainty;
Physical
Reference
Data
or
the
Physics
Laboratory,
National
Institute
of
Standards
and
Technology
ENERGY
CALCULATOR/CONVERTER

EE/BTS
Test
Site,
Pacific
Northwest
National
Laboratory
(PNL)
&
the
Office
of
Building
Technology,
State
and
Community
Programs,
Department
of
Energy
VERY
VERY
EXTENSIVE.
Conversion
examples
include:
Quads
to
Billion
Kilowatt
Hours;
Quads
to
Million
Metric
Tons
of
Coal;
Quads
to
Trillion
Cubic
Ft.
of
Natural
Gas;
Quads
to
Million
Tons
of
Oil
Equivalent;
Quads
to
ExaJoules.
For
more
information
see
EE/BTS
Test
Site;
Building
Energy
Data
or
the
Office
of
Building
Technology,
State
and
Community
Programs
Engineering
Chemical
&
Thermodynamics
Unit
Conversion
Calculators
CONVERSION
FACTORS
FOR
ENERGY
EQUIVALENTS

CALCULATOR

Physics
Laboratory,
National
Institute
of
Standards
Includes:
Joule
(J);
kilogram
(Kg);
inverse
meter
(1/m);
hertz
(Hz);
kelvin
(K);
electron
volt
(eV);
atomic
mass
unit
(u);
and
hartree
(Eh).
For
more
information
see
International
System
of
Units
(SI);
The
NIST
Reference
on
Constants,
Units,
&
Uncertainty;
Physical
Reference
Data
or
the
Physics
Laboratory,
National
Institute
of
Standards
and
Technology
ENGINEERING
UNIT
CALCULATOR
(JAVA
APPLETS)

S.
Bhattacharjee,
Department
of
Mechanical
Engineering,
San
Diego
State
University
"These
applets,
which
I
call
the
Daemons,
will
help
an
engineer
solve
a
wide
range
of
thermodynamic
problems."
For
more
information
see
Utilities
for
Engineers
or
Thermonet
FUEL
FACTS
CALCULATORS

Ontario
Propane
Association,
Canada
VERY
EXTENSIVE.
For
more
information
see
Ontario
Propane
Association,
Canada
Calculators
include
Pressure
Conversion
Calculator
Fluid
Conversion
Calculator
Energy/Work
Conversion
Calculator
Volume/Capacity
Conversion
Calculator
CONVERSION
FACTORS:
CALCULATORS

Process
Associates
of
America
For
more
information
see
Process
Tools
or
Process
Associates
of
America
Examples
include
Concentration

Diffusivity

Enthalpy
(mass
basis)
Enthalpy
(vol
basis)

Entropy
Flowrate
(vol
basis)

Heat
Capacity
Heat
Transfer
Coefficient

Heat
Rate
Mass
Transfer
Coefficient
Pressure
Drop
/
Length

Thermal
Conductivity
Torque

Viscosity
(absolute)
Engineering
Economics
Unit
Conversion
Calculators
ENGINEERING
ECONOMICS
CALCULATOR

C.
Murray,
Industrial
Parallel
Computing
Laboratory,
Department
of
Industrial
Engineering,
Texas
A&M
University
For
more
information
see
Chase
Murray's
Home
Page
or
the
Industrial
Parallel
Computing
Laboratory
Some
examples
include
Depreciation
Calculator
Interest
Rate
Conversion
Factor
Calculator
Engineering
Vacuum
Unit
Conversion
Calculators

Some
examples
AVS
REFERENCE
GUIDE

American
Vacuum
Society
(AVS)
and
Hosted
by
the
American
Intitute
of
Physics
(AIP)
VERY
VERY
VERY
EXTENSIVE.
For
more
information
see
the
American
Intitute
of
Physics
or
the
American
Vacuum
Society
Some
examples
from
over
"15"
calculators
include
Refrigeration
Calculator
Throughput
&
Leak
Rate
Calculator
Working
Pressure
Ranges
of
Vacuum
Pumps
Working
Pressure
Ranges
of
Vacuum
Guages
Optical
Emission
Spectral
Lines
by
Wavelength
in
Nanometers
Vapor
Pressure

Engineering
Volume
Unit
Conversion
Calculators

Some
examples
Volume
Inclusive
ABE
VOLUME
CALCULATORS

S.D.
Filip
To,
Department
of
Agricultural
and
Biological
Engineering,
Mississippi
State
University
For
more
information
see
Engineering
Tools
or
Home
Page
of
S.D.
Filip
To
Some
Examples
include
Volume
of
a
Box
Volume
of
a
Cylinder
Volume
of
a
Sphere
Volume
of
a
Cone
Volume
of
a
Barrel
Tank
Volume
+
Liquid
Content
ONSIDE
TANK
VOLUME
&
DETERMINE
LIQUID
CONTENT
REMAINING
+
PERCENT
FULL
CALCULATOR

Alberta
Agriculture,
Food
and
Rural
Development,
Alberta,
Canada
"By
entering
the
above
information
this
calculator
gives
you
the
contents
of
tank
in
cubic
feet,
Imperial
and
U.S.
gallons,
and
litres..."
For
more
information
see
Calculators
or
Alberta
Agriculture,
Food
and
Rural
Development
VERTICAL
TANK
VOLUME
&
DETERMINE
LIQUID
CONTENT
REMAINING
+
PERCENT
FULL
CALCULATOR

Alberta
Agriculture,
Food
and
Rural
Development,
Alberta,
Canada
"By
entering
the
above
information
this
calculator
gives
you
the
contents
of
tank
in
cubic
feet,
Imperial
and
U.S.
gallons,
and
litres..."
For
more
information
see
Calculators
or
Alberta
Agriculture,
Food
and
Rural
Development
Tank
Volume
TANK
VOLUME
+
ELLIPTICAL
SHAPED
HEADS
CALCULATOR

Bay
Tank
&
Fabricating
Co.
Inc.
"...You
can
insert
two
of
the
values
(R,L
or
V)
to
calculate
the
other
value.
You
can
also
choose
the
number
elliptical
shaped
heads
on
the
vessel..."
For
more
information
see
Bay
Tank
&
Fabricating
Co.
Inc.

CYLINDRICAL
&
RECTANGULAR
TANK
VOLUME
CALCULATORS

Greer
Tank
and
Welding,
Inc.
For
more
information
see
Greer
Tank
and
Welding,
Inc.
TANK
VOLUME
CALCULATOR

Regal
Tanks,
Suffolk,
U.K.
For
more
information
see
Regal
Tanks
TANK
VOLUME
CALCULATOR

WeMac
Manufacturing,
Inc.
For
more
information
see
WeMac
Manufacturing,
Inc.
TANK
CALCULATOR

17WebPlace.com
For
more
information
see
17WebPlace.com
TANK
VOLUME
&
HEAD
VOLUME
CALCULATORS

Northland
Stainless
Inc.
For
more
information
see
Northland
Stainless
Inc.
Engineering/Scientific
Calculators
ARACHNOID
CALCULATOR

P.
Lutus,
Arachnoid
VERY

VERY
EXTENSIVE.
Scientific
&
Finance.
For
more
information
see
Arachnoid
ASTR0PHYSICAL
CALCULATOR

C.
Dolan,
Department
of
Astronomy,
University
of
Wisconsin,
Madison,
Wisconsin
VERY
VERY
EXTENSIVE.
For
more
information
see
Java
Applets
&
Javascript;
Chris
Dolan's
Home
Page
or
the
Department
of
Astronomy
BIG
CALCULATOR
APPLET
(JAVA
APPLET)

J.
Tiscione
VERY
EXTENSIVE.
"The
precision
of
the
calculator
can
be
set
by
changing
the
value
in
the
"digits:"
field.
The
default
value
is
80
digits,
but
you
can
set
it
to
10000
digits
or
whatever
you
want."
For
more
information
see
Jason
Tiscione's
Java
Applet
Index

CALCULATOR.NET
(JAVABEAN
BASED
APPLET)

R.
Hillyard,
Rubecula
Software
VERY
EXTENSIVE.
"Calculator.NET
is
a
customizable,
JavaBeanbased,
fullprecision
scientific
calculator
applet."
For
more
information
see
Calculator
Net
HP25
CALCULATOR
SIMULATION

ENGINEERING
&
SCIENTIFIC
(JAVA
APPLET)

Applet
written
by
L.
Leinweber
and
hosted
by
Author:
D.G.
Hicks,
The
Museum
of
HP
Calculators
VERY
EXTENSIVE.
"These
programs
are
not
HewlettPackard
products
and
are
supplied
without
representation
or
warranty
of
any
kind."
For
more
information
see
The
Museum
of
HP
Calculators
JAVACALC
1.1

K.
Kikuchi,
Japan
"Since
NetScape
released
version
3.0.1,
JavaCalc
can
support
more
JavaScript
features
and
works
as
an
Interpreter
software.
JavaCalc
now
supports
help
function.
You
can
search
JavaScript's
key
word
(Statements,
Methods,
Functions,
Properties)
with
?
command."
For
more
information
see
Math
Collections
or
Ken
Kikuchi's
Home
Page
NEWTON'S
METHOD:
Calculator

D.
Sumner,
Department
of
Mathematics,
University
of
South
Carolina
VERY
EXTENSIVE.
"Enter
an
equation
in
terms
of
the
variable
x.
Then
enter
a
starting
guess
for
x.
For
example,to
find
the
square
root
of
2
you
might
enter
x^22
for
the
equation,
and
1
as
an
initial
guess."
For
more
information
see
Department
of
Mathematics
or
University
of
South
Carolina
ONLINE
CALCULATOR
(JAVA
APPLET)

Yigal,
LiveEditor
Inc.
VERY
EXTENSIVE.
"Enter
your
math
expression
and
see
how
the
result
changes
as
you
type."
Examples
of
vailable
functions
include:
abs(x),
acos(x),
cos(x),
exp(x),
log(x,base),
tan(x),
sqrt(x)
etc...
ONLINE
CALCULATOR

D.
Sumner,
Department
of
Mathematics,
University
of
South
Carolina
Multimedia.
"Use
*
for
multiplication,
/
for
division,
and
^
for
exponentiation.
You
can
also
use
functions
such
as
sqrt()
exp(),
ln(),
cos()
and
sin()."
For
more
information
see
Department
of
Mathematics
or
University
of
South
Carolina
"PAPER
TAPE"
SCIENTIFIC
CALCULATOR
(JAVA
APPLET)

Sorin
Lazareanu
VERY
EXTENSIVE.
For
more
information
see
Sorin
Lazareanu's
Home
Page
PHYSICS
POCKET
COMPUTER
(JAVASCRIPT)

JeanPol
Vigneron,
Department
of
Physique,
Universitaires
NotreDame
de
la
Paix
de
Namur,
Belgium
VERY
VERY
VERY
EXTENSIVE.
For
more
information
see
Departmnet
of
Physique,
Universitaires
NotreDame
de
la
Paix
de
Namur,
BelgiumR
SCIENTIFIC
CALCULATOR

C.
Adler,
Department
of
Physics,
East
Carolina
University
VERY
EXTENSIVE.
For
more
information
see
Test_Maker;
Imageination.com
or
Carl
Adler's
Home
Page


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