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EngCalc (Thermodynamics) 2.0

Make calculations and conversions in the sphere of thermodynamics.

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Last Week downloads: 0
Total downloads: 529
  • Last Updated: Apr 14, 2008
  • License: Shareware $19.99
  • OS: Windows NT
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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EngCalc (Thermodynamics) is a Business software developed by 3GR Technologies. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for EngCalc (Thermodynamics):

BS Editor: Calculations & Conversions at your finger tips.
Momentous Thermodynamics Calculator.
A must have for Engineers. Empower yourself with instant references and solutions of frequently encountered calculation at your finger tips. Just few taps, and all the calculations that consumed lots of efforts and time will vanish, there by increasing efficiency. This means you will have more time to analyze your information and make better informed decisions, thus helping your company maintain a competitive edge.
New Features
Supports High Resolution (320x320)
Search feature to quickly access the calculators.
Calculations in US units or Metric units. Apply settings for all the calculators.
Large Input Panel to enter values.
Mostly operated with finger, no need of stylus.
Uniquely designed Calculator display for accepting Inputs.
In-Place Unit Conversion to switch between US - Metric units.
Faster Calculations.
100 + property tables. The most exhaustive collection of reference tables.
Constant Values.
New look Scientific Evaluator.
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