GrafiCalc Elements FAQ


How long does it take to learn GrafiCalc Elements?

The breakthrough graphical calculations technology driving GrafiCalc Elements virtually eliminates tedious mathematical calculations and equations solving from the engineering design calculations process. Engineers using CAD and spreadsheets are already trained on GrafiCalc Elements fundamental principle of operations. Self-paced tutorials, examples library, and video training modules are included to make users familiar will all aspects of the software quickly and easily.

What are applications for GrafiCalc Elements?

Following is partial list of proven GrafiCalc Elements applications:

Beam calculations
Belt and Conveyor calculations
Calculation Library Development
Centroid calculations
Force diagram analysis
Heat Transfer calculations
Layout Analysis
Lighting calculations
Magnet calculations
Material property related calculations
Packaging calculations
Pressure vessel calculations
Section properties calculations
Strength of Materials calculations
Structural Engineering calculations
Volume calculations
Bearing calculations
Boat and Ship Structure calculations
Center of pressure calculations
Composites calculations
Forging calculations
Hydraulic Machinery calculations
Leveraging Excel calculations
Load Distribution calculations
Masonry Bridge Stress calculations
Optics layout analysis
Paper transport machinery calculations
Pump calculations
Shaft calculations
Stress, Strain, Deflection calculations
Valve calculations
Welding calculations

How is GrafiCalc Elements licensed?

Each license price includes perpetual activation for use by one named user on two computers (work and home). In case the computer or the computing environment is changed, courtesy new license is issued to the named user for no additional cost.

What do I need to run GrafiCalc Elements?

System requirement: Any 32 or 64 bit computer running Windows 95, 98, NT, XP, Vista, Windows 7. Windows 8 or Windows 10.

Disk requirement: < 2 MB - the compact program size delivers ultra-fast responses even with a minimal system.

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