This is a highly functional and easy to Scientific Calculator. It incorporates many science tools including a triangle calculator, vector calculator, shape calculator, kinematic calculator, half-life calculator, gas laws calculator, statistical calculator, event timer, measurement converter and a molar mass calculator. Data reference systems include SI units, symbols, maths laws, periodic table, organic compounds, ions, chemical reactions and man
Hydrographic Survey Software for Windows, Load topographic or nautical maps, create singlebeam soundings, generate DTM's (Digital Terrain Models), generate depth contours, generate cross-sections, volume calculations and more. The software can be used with various map formats including: GeoTIFF, Microstation DGN, ARC/INFO, MapInfo MIF/MID, AutoCad DXF files, IHO S57/S63 Electronic Natutical Charts and ESRI shapefiles.
Obtain data from images of graphs scanned from articles or available as image. Import the graph into ScanIt from a scanner or file, or from the clipboard. Define locations of the graph's axes by indicating known points. Extract data from the graph by manually picking points, by scanning for points or by scanning along curves. Copy the scanned data to Excel or export data to file.
TRANSDAT Coordinate Conversion supports thousands of coordinate systems and geodetic datum shifts, user-defined systems, INSPIRE, NTv2, BeTA2007, GPS, continental drift, Shape, KML, CSV and other file systems and much more with highest accuracy. The current and historical coordinate and reference systems of all states of the European Union, the American State Plane systems NAD27 und NAD83 and most systems of other continents are supported.
A utility unit operation to exchange material stream information between CAPE-OPEN compliant flowsheet simulation environments; information is stored in XML format, so exchange with XML capable applications is also possible. This is an open source application that implements a CAPE-OPEN unit operation in .NET, and serves as a good starting point for writing other unit operations. Open source
Import CAPE-OPEN version 1.1 thermodynamic and physical Property Packages into SciLab. A command driven package allows for selecting a CAPE-OPEN Property Package, and then perform thermodynamic and physical property calculations and phase equilibrium calculations. Requires separate installation of Scilab http://www.scilab.org/, free-of-charge) and third party thermodynamic server. Free for academic and non-commercial use.
The SciLab CAPE-OPEN Unit Operation is a CAPE-OPEN compliant unit operation implementation for which the calculations can be entered in SciLab and solved using Scilab solvers. Can be used in CAPE-OPEN compliant process simulators that support version 1.1 thermodynamics. Requires Scilab installation. Free of charge for academic and non-commercial use.
Importing CAPE-OPEN version 1.1 thermodynamic and physical Property Packages into Matlab. A command driven package allows for selecting a CAPE-OPEN Property Package, and then perform thermodynamic and physical property calculations and thermodynamic equilibrium calculations from within Matlab. The package defines the interfaces to communicate with CAPE-OPEN thermodynamics packages; requires Matlab and a 3rd party thermodynamic server.
The Matlab CAPE-OPEN Unit Operation is a unit operation implementation for which the calculations can be entered in Matlab. The Matab unit operation functions in CAPE-OPEN compliant simulation environments that support version 1.1 thermodynamics or version 1.0 thermodynamics (requires Matlab 7.1+). It has been tested in COCO simulator, SciSci ProII, AspenPlus, Honeywell Unisim Design and other simulators. Requires Matlab version 5.3 or higher
The Excel CAPE-OPEN Unit Operation is a unit operation implementation for which the calculations can be entered in Microsoft Excel. It will allow you to create an Excel workbook that defines the equations for calculating a unit operation, and use it in a CAPE-OPEN compliant simulation environment that supports CAPE-OPEN version 1.0 or 1.1 thermodynamics.
DRAGSENS Geo Software is used for the exact position estimation of a towed body, sensor, camera, array or net, dragged behind a ship, aircraft or vehicle. The software allows a real-time estimation of the position of a dragged sensor based on the location of a GPS-receiver. The sensor thereby can be dragged underwater, at water or earth surface or be airborne.
SEVENPAR is a tool for the calculation of highly exact transformation parameters for the Spatial Helmert and Molodensky Transformation, which make possible precise coordinate transformations from one reference system into another. The determined transformation parameters can be entered directly into suitable transformation software, e.g. TRANSDAT Coordinate Transformations, or into the calculation software of GPS receivers.
Modeling software to simulate the chemical kinetics and equilibrium of combustion (isobaric/isochoric), nuclear, catalyst reactor (CSTR) and enzyme reactions. Software can also fit/regress any parameters against chemical data with confidence bands/uncertainty analysis. Can also output normalized sensitivity analysis matrices and compute cluster & metabolic control analysis.
Pulse shaping filter program that finds the pole-zero locations of a transfer function, H(s), for a matched filter. H(s) equals a -desired- signal (Yout) divided by a given input signal (Yin). Both Yout and Yin are functions of frequency. Group delay may also be calculated to compliment a given data set, thus, providing a flat group delay. Another improved productivity example do to using Calculus (level) programming.
Time series and frequency spectrum analyzer optimized for handling of very long signals (Big Data). Designed for scientists, engineers and hobbyists in need of detailed signal content information. Swiss-knife like tool for vibration analysis, audio analysis, signal generation, time series analysis and digital filtering. Hard to do without and a grab-first tool to checkout any new signal.
Why use an audio spectrum analyzer? For those of you that have done video installations, would you install a camera and lens without a monitor to see what you are doing? Why would you do an audio installation without seeing what you are doing? The analyzer gives you an inexpensive method to install audio systems (microphones, amplifiers, equalizers, concealments, etc) using a laptop computer, internal or external sound card, and the software. For those that want to evaluate products in a general way, the software can tell you some of the characteristics such as bandwidth, dynamic range, and frequency response curve.