## MITCalc - Force shaft connection 1.14

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The calculation is intended for geometrical design and strength check of force couplings of shafts with hubs with a cylindrical contact area (Interference fit, clamping connection). The application provides solutions for the following tasks: -Design of force fits, possibly shrink fits. -Design of clamping connections with separated, or one-side cut hub. -Strength check of designed couplings. -Check of interference fit strained by additional...

#### MITCalc - Shaft connection 1.15MITCalcApplications

Geometric designs and strength checks of shaped connections of shafts with hubs. Application is developed in MS Excel, is multi-language and supports Imperial and Metric units and solves the following main tasks: -Design of a connection with parallel side keys. -Design of a connection with...

#### MITCalc - Bolted connection 1.18MITCalcApplications

The calculation is designed for a geometrical design and strength check of a prestressed bolt connection, loaded by static or cyclic loading resp., acting both in the axis of the bolt and in the plane of the connected parts.Application is developed in MS Excel, is multi-language, supports...

#### MITCalc - Bevel Gearing 1.16MITCalcMisc. Graphics

MITCalc - Bevel Gearing helps with geometric design and strength check of bevel gear with with straight, helical and curved toothing. Application is developed in MS Excel, is multi-language and supports Imperial and Metric units and solves the following main tasks: &middot; Calculation of...

#### MITCalc - Rolling Bearings II 1.16MITCalcMisc. Graphics

MITCalc - Rolling Bearings II is a module that can calculate, check and select rolling bearings. In addition to the above given basic calculations, the document also includes several other auxiliary calculations (e.g. a calculation of lubricant operational viscosity, calculation of mean loads for...

#### MITCalc - Rolling Bearings Calculation SKF 1.16MITCalcMisc. Graphics

MITCalc - Rolling Bearings Calculation can be used for the selection, calculation and check of rolling bearings of the company SKF. MITCalc - Rolling Bearings Calculation provides solutions to the following tasks: &middot; Selection and check of a suitable bearing. The document includes a...

#### MITCalc 1.22MITCalcMisc. Utils.

MITCalc is a multi-language set of mechanical, industrial and technical calculations for the day-to-day routines. It will reliably, precisely, and most of all quickly guide customer through the design of components, the solution of a technical problem, or a calculation of an engineering point...

#### MITCalc - Multi pulley calculation 1.14MITCalcApplications

The calculation is developed for geometrical designs of belt and chain transmissions with more sprocket wheels (max. 15). Application is developed in MS Excel, is multi-language, supports Imperial and Metric units and solves the following main tasks: -Calculation of the necessary length of the...

#### MITCalc - Technical Formulas 1.15MITCalcMisc. Inf. Tools

Solutions to dozens of basic formulas from physics, technology and mechanical engineering. Help, pictures as well as many selection tables with values of various coefficients and material properties are available for the formulas.The following matters are solved in the workbook: -Characteristics...

#### MITCalc3D for Autodesk Inventor 1.50MITCalcMisc. Multimedia Tools

MITCalc is a multi-language set of mechanical, industrial and technical calculations for the day-to-day routines. It will reliably, precisely, and most of all quickly guide customer through the design of components, the solution of a technical problem, or a calculation of an engineering point...

#### MITCalc3D for SolidWorks 1.50MITCalcMisc. Multimedia Tools

MITCalc is a multi-language set of mechanical, industrial and technical calculations for the day-to-day routines. It will reliably, precisely, and most of all quickly guide customer through the design of components, the solution of a technical problem, or a calculation of an engineering point...