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Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering is a broad sub-discipline of engineering that analyzes, designs, manufactures, and maintains mechanical systems. It is often focused on the use of heat and/or mechanical power in the design of machines, and further employed to examine production and operation needs.

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Mechanical Engineering Equations

  • vCapacitance by vCalc
  • vMass by vCalc
  • Allowable helical torsional stress (cold-drawn carbon steel) by Carol
  • Allowable helical torsional stress (hardened and tempered carbon by Carol
  • Centroid of a Beam Section by MichaelBartmess
  • Control Valves and Cavitation Application Ratio by TeddyCamelus
  • Helical Torsional Stress (cold-drawn carbon steel) by MichaelBartmess
  • Max Deflection: Concentrated load at the center by Carol
  • Max NASCAR Speed on a Track's Curve by MichaelBartmess
  • Moment of Inertia of a Beam Section by MichaelBartmess
  • Piston Displacement from bore and stroke by KurtHeckman
  • Pulley Geometry Exercise by MichaelBartmess
  • Reduced frequency by KurtHeckman
  • Robot Velocity by OldMathTeacher
  • Square Thread Power Screws(Torque Required to Raise) by MichaelBartmess