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Engineering: Bivariate Normal Probabilities in Engineering
An extensive study was made of shear strength (x2) and weld diameter (x1) in an attempt to substitute a less expensive, nondestructive testing procedure for a destructive test.
TK Solver 5.0 Equation Solving 101
A single equation can do the work of n assignment statements. If a problem involves m independent equations, each with an average of n variables, you would need m*n assignment statements to cover all of the possible configurations of known and unknown variables. In TK Solver, you simply work with the m equations...
TK Solver 5.0 Walk Through
Explore the various features and capabilities in this easy-to-follow guide. Let's look at a simple example to see how TK works.
TK Solver: Mathematical Modeling
Mathematical models come in all shapes and sizes. They can be simple, like the geometry of a cone, or they may involve more sophisticated models for structural analysis, heat transfer, chemical engineering process design, or even economics. How does one proceed once one finds a math model?
TK Solver: A Better Idea Whose Time Has Come
A software program called TK Solver was first mentioned on the pages of BusinessWeek fifteen years ago (June 7, 1982). Today, after changing hands twice (first to Lotus in 1985 and then later that year to Universal Technical Systems, Inc. in Rockford, IL), TK Solver is one of the oldest (if not the oldest) personal computer software titles on the market.
TK Solver: TK Versus Fortran
Here is an excellent comparison of TK and FORTRAN. The example is obtained from the following textbook: Introduction to Computing by James, Smith and Wolford; Harper-Collins. To build a better mouse trap, the value of spring stiffness (k) is to be determined from the following equation...
TK Solver: Torsion On A Shaft
The Shaft Design example is found in the Sample Applications, Engineering and Science section of the TK Solver Library. When it loads, the Variable and Rule Sheets appear as shown...
TK Solver: Other Tools
The Shaft Design example is found in the Sample Applications, Engineering and Science section of the TK Solver Library. When it loads, the Variable and Rule Sheets appear as shown below.
TK Solver Player [Sample Files]
Load these samples into your free copy of TK Solver Player.
TK Solver: 30 Versus 15 Year Mortgage
TK Solver model compares and contrasts a 15 year mortgage and a 30 year mortgage. Find out which is actually better.
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