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Can anyone provide with a simple mechanical enginerring problem for which C code can be written?

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| Can anyone provide with a simple mechanical enginerring problem for | which C code can be written?

Eh? Are you thinking that there might be problems for which C code /cannot/ be written?

-- Morris Dovey DeSoto Solar DeSoto, Iowa USA

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Thanks for telling that all the probles can be done on C, But I need some simple problems If U have any can U send them. I am not a mechanical engineer by profession.

Morris Dovey wrote:

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Dear ramkiran.prabhakar:

Ones that mechanical engineers are asked to perform in school include calculation of failure loading (buckling) of a column in compression. Input will be length of column, and the moment of area (if I recall correctly). There are probably Java-based calculators on the internet.

David A. Smith

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Try the area of a circle = PI x R x R Then the volume of a cylinder = Area x Height

That is about as simple as I can imagine

Jim Y

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"Jim Y" wrote in news:UvednboZoMdfe2DZnZ2dnUVZ snipped-for-privacy@comcast.com:

Given a lever of total length L a pivot point at distance P (< L), and a force F, all measured from or at the same end, what is the force at the other end?

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Well not that simple. something more complex - mechanical engineer problems

Charly Coughran wrote:

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Dear ramkiran.prabhakar:

I'd recommend Google. "engineering calculator" ... should be a whole series of material properties, and other dedicated calculators.

David A. Smith

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Get a copy of a mechanical engineering problem set designed to provide a review for a professional licence exam. One such is described at