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# Statics

Statics is the branch of mechanics that is concerned with the analysis of loads (force and torque, or "moment") on physical systems in static equilibrium, that is, in a state where the relative positions of subsystems do not vary over time, or where components and structures are at a constant velocity.

vCalc Statics folder contains equations concerned with loads and forces on physical systems.

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## Statics Equations

- Acceleration Due to Gravity
- Angle of Vector (`v_y, v_x`)
- Angle of Vector (|`vecv`|, `v_x`)
- Angle of Vector (|`vecv`|, `v_y`)
- Area (pressure)
- Area - nth Degree Parabola (concave)
- Area - nth Degree Parabola (convex)
- Area Moment of Inertia - nth Degree Parabola (concave)
- Area Moment of Inertia - nth Degree Parabola (convex)
- Area Moment of Inertia_Centroid - Triangle (Rtdot Angle Right)
- Area Moment of Inertia_x - nth Degree Parabola (concave)
- Area Moment of Inertia_x - nth Degree Parabola (convex)
- Area Moment of Inertia_x - Triangle (Rtdot Angle Right)
- Area Moment of Inertia_x_Centroid - Triangle (Rtdot Angle Right)
- Area Moment of Inertia_y - nth Degree Parabola (concave)
- Area Moment of Inertia_y - nth Degree Parabola (convex)
- Area Moment of Inertia_y - Triangle (Rtdot Angle Right)
- Area Moment of Inertia_y_Centroid - Triangle (Rtdot Angle Right)
- Centroid - nth Degree Parabola (concave)
- Centroid - nth Degree Parabola (convex)
- Centroid - Parabola Section
- Centroid - Right Triangle (Rtdot Angle Left)
- Centroid - Right Triangle (Rtdot Angle Right)
- Centroid_x - nth Degree Parabola (concave)
- Centroid_x - nth Degree Parabola (convex)
- Centroid_x - Parabola
- Centroid_x - Triangle (Rt Angle Left)
- Centroid_x - Triangle (Rt Angle Right)
- Centroid_y - nth Degree Parabola (concave)
- Centroid_y - nth Degree Parabola (convex)
- Centroid_y - Triangle (Rt Angle Left)
- Centroid_y - Triangle (Rt Angle Right)
- Component Force 2-D
- Component Force 3D
- Density
- Force (pressure)
- Force Magnitude (from components)
- Force of Friction
- Force of Friction (incline)
- Force of Gravity
- Gram-to-Newton
- Hooke's Law
- Ideal gas law (volume)
- Kinetic Energy [m,v]
- Laplace's Law(Sphere)
- Magnitude of Acceleration
- Mass f(volume,density)
- nth Degree Parabola (convex)
- Potential Energy
- Potential Energy [Force,y]
- Potential Energy of a Spring
- Pressure
- Pressure (Energy/Volume)
- Torque
- Torque at Angle
- Total Torque
- Vector Sum of Forces (2D)
- Velocity from Kinetic Energy and Mass
- vForce
- Volume f(mass,density)
- Weight
- Weight (Earth)
- Work to Stretch a Spring
- Young's Modulus (EiE)
- `F_(s,max) = mu_s * F_N`
- `F_k = mu_k * F_N`
- Force of Friction (banked surface)
- Force of Gravity on Our Sun
- Force of Sun's gravity on planets
- Gravitational Force Inside The Earth
- Height for a Potential Energy
- Ideal gas law (solved for pressure)
- Kinetic Friction
- La Ley de Gas Ideal (para resolver la presion)
- Mechanical Advantage - Actual
- Mechanical Advantage - Pulleys
- MoI - Box around center
- Potential Energy - Point Mass Inside Spherical Shell
- Potential Energy - Point Mass Outside Spherical Shell
- Potential Energy due to Gravitational Attraction
- Potential energy due to gravity
- Radius of Gyration - nth Degree Parabola (concave)
- Radius of Gyration - nth Degree Parabola (convex)
- Radius of Gyration_x - nth Degree Parabola (concave)
- Radius of Gyration_x - nth Degree Parabola (convex)
- Radius of Gyration_y - nth Degree Parabola (concave)
- Radius of Gyration_y - nth Degree Parabola (convex)
- T_Ideal
- Volume of Coffee Grounds
- Weight from Volume and Density
- Weight of Coffee Grounds
- Young's Modulus