Vibration_Mobile

LuxCalc_Vibration_1.0.1
Free_Version Full_Version
 

 

LuxCalc Vibration Mobile is a mobile version of the Vibration module included in Luxea’s LuxCalc Tools System. LuxCalc Vibration Mobile allows the user to quickly and accurately study the 3-DOF (degrees of freedom) system responses for the random or sinusoidal vibration analyses. The app encourages investigation and makes it easy to efficiently compare design alternatives that can lead to early insights and competitive advantages.


LuxCalc Vibration Mobile brings the same power and efficiency of LuxCalc Tools System to your pocket, perfect for use on site, in meetings, or on the move, and all with the convenience of a mobile device. (Come check out our "Actually Useful for Mechanical Engineers Blog" at www.luxea.com/blog where you can get hands on experience with LuxCalc Shock Mobile)

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Main Features:

  • Random Vibration Analysis
  • Sinusoidal Vibration Analysis
    • Acceleration
    • Displacement
  • Accepts up to 20 input data points
  •  Calculates coupled and resonant frequencies of the system
  • Intuitive screen navigation
    • Settings
    • Input
    • Results
  • Analyze from 1 DOF up to 3 DOF
  • Supports Imperial and Metric units

Results:

    • Sinusoidal Vibration Analysis
    • Color plots of 1,2,3 DOF systems
    • Tabular values for resonant frequencies, responses, and amplification factors
    • Random Vibration Analysis
    • Color plots of 1,2,3 DOF systems
    • Tabular values for resonant frequencies, Grms, PSD, and amplification factors 
    • Auto rescales plots for easy comparison among 1,2,3 DOF

 

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Shock_Mobile

Shock_v1.0.1n
Free_Version Full_Version
 

 

LuxCalc Shock Mobile is a mobile version of the Shock module included in Luxea’s LuxCalc Tools System. LuxCalc Shock Mobile allows the user to quickly and accurately study the 3-DOF (degrees of freedom) system responses for the drop shock or shock pulses analyses. The app encourages investigation and makes it easy to efficiently compare design alternatives that can lead to early insights and competitive advantages.


LuxCalc Shock Mobile brings the same power and efficiency of LuxCalc Tools System to your pocket, perfect for use on site, in meetings, or on the move, and all with the convenience of a mobile device. (Come check out our “Actually Useful for Mechanical Engineers Blog” at www.luxea.com/blog where you can get hands on experience with LuxCalc Shock Mobile)

 

Main Features:

  • Drop Shock Analysis
  • Pulse Shock Analysis
    • Half Sine Pulse
    • Saw Tooth Pulse
    • Square Pulse
    • Trapezoidal Pulse
  • SDOF Response Tool for quick calculation of peak g response of a SDOF system to shock pulse
  • Flexible Damping Input
    • Modal Damping (zeta)
    • SDOF Damping Ratio (c or eta)
  • Calculates coupled frequencies of the system
  • Intuitive screen navigation
    • Settings
    • Input
    • Results
    • SDOF Response Tool
  • Analyze from 1 DOF up to 3 DOF
  • Calculates Max and Min values
  • Imperial Units (SI available soon)
  • Observation Time from 0.1 to 1000 msec
  • Pulse Interval from 0.1 to 100 msec
  • Pulse Amplitude from 0.1 to 1000 g
  • Drop Height from 0 to 100 in
  • Mass from 0 to 50,000 lb
  • Spring Constant from 0 to 100M lb/in
 

Results:

  • Graphical and numerical results include
    • Displacement
    • Velocity
    • Acceleration
    • Relative Displacement
  • Color plots of 1,2,3 DOF systems
  • Auto rescales plots for easy comparison among 1,2,3 DOF
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Fluid Mobile

Vibration_v1_0_0
Free_Version Full_Version
 

 

LuxCalc Fluid Prop I Mobile allows the users to quickly and accurately (within 5%) calculate the thermophysical properties of common fluids found in heat transfer books for a user specified temperature. LuxCalc Fluid Prop I Mobile is a must have app for students and engineers studying Heat Transfer!


LuxCalc Fluid Prop I brings the same power and efficiency of LuxCalc Tools System to your pocket, perfect for use on site, in meetings, or on the move, and all with the convenience of a mobile device.

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Main Features:

  • No need to carry heavy, bulky heat transfer books for the fluid property tables!
  • No more troublesome hand iterations!
  • Adapted from most commonly used reference books including:
    • Fundamentals of Heat and Mass Transfer (Incropera/DeWitt/Bergman/Lavine)
    • Introduction to Heat Transfer (Incropera/DeWitt)
    • Principles of Heat Transfer (Kreith/Bohn)
  • Thermophysical Properties Results include:
    • Density (ρ)
    • Specific Heat (Cp)
    • Absolute Viscosity (μ)
    • Kinematic Viscosity (ν)
    • Thermal Diffusivity (α)
    • Thermal Expansion (β)
    • Thermal Conductivity (k)
    • Prandtl Number (Pr)
  • Trend plot of each of the 8 properties
  • Metric and Imperial Units
  • Over 20 common engineering fluids (liquid and gas)
  • Intuitive, simple screen navigation

 

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MOI_Mobile

MOI_v1.0.0
Free_Version Full_Version
 

 

LuxCalc MOI Mobile is another addition to our series of mobile versions of the modules included in Luxea’s LuxCalc Tools System. LuxCalc MOI Mobile allows the user to accurately calculate all major cross-sectional properties – such as moment of inertia, area, radius of gyration, etc. - of commonly used section shapes with a click of a button.

 
LuxCalc MOI Mobile brings the same power and efficiency of LuxCalc Tools System to your pocket, perfect for use on site, in meetings, or on the move, and all with the convenience of a mobile device.

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Main Features:

  • 20 commonly used section shapes
  • Comprehensive results for two axes
    • Moment of Inertia (I)
    • Area (A)
    • Radius of gyration (r)
    • Center of gravity (y)
    • Polar moment of intertia (J)
    • Distance to outer most fiber (c)
  • Intuitive screen navigation
  • Displays up to 8 significant figures
  • Built in screen capture button
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Libra Finite Element Analysis Program
Libra is an efficient, general-purpose, finite element method program applicable to static, dynamic and heat transfer analyses of structural systems. The program contains a comprehensive library, and over twenty solution algoritms taking advantage of both Gaussian and iterative solvers. In addition the program has a fully integrated editor for model generation, and comprehensive post-processing and plotting capabilities. Libra can execute problems of over 250,000 degrees of freedom on computers configured with 256 MB of available memory and 20 GB of hard drive. Libra 10 is now 64-bit compatible.
 
Program Solution Procedures
Linear and nonlinear static analyses
Analysis of axisymmetric structures with nonsymmetric loads
Linear buckling analysis
Modal analysis by Lanzcos, subspace, and vector iteration methods
Dynamic integration using modal coordinates
Linear and nonlinear direct dynamic integration
Modal response solution
General sub-sectioning capabilities
Steady-state and transient heat transfer analyses
Libra Element Library
Strait and curved beam elements
Triangular and quad plate and shell elements
Doubly curved, 8-node shell element
Conic and curved axisymmetric shell elements
Standard and hierarchical 2D and 3D elements
Plane stress, plate, and shell composite elements

Libra Finite Element Analysis Program
Libra is an efficient, general-purpose, finite element method program applicable to static, dynamic and heat transfer analyses of structural systems. The program contains a comprehensive library, and over twenty solution algoritms taking advantage of both Gaussian and iterative solvers. In addition the program has a fully integrated editor for model generation, and comprehensive post-processing and plotting capabilities. Libra can execute problems of over 250,000 degrees of freedom on computers configured with 256 MB of available memory and 20 GB of hard drive. Libra 10 is now 64-bit compatible.

Program Solution Procedures

  • Linear and nonlinear static analyses
  • Analysis of axisymmetric structures with nonsymmetric loads
  • Linear buckling analysis
  • Modal analysis by Lanzcos, subspace, and vector iteration methods
  • Dynamic integration using modal coordinates
  • Linear and nonlinear direct dynamic integration
  • Modal response solution
  • General sub-sectioning capabilities
  • Steady-state and transient heat transfer analyses

Libra Element Library

  • Strait and curved beam elements
  • Triangular and quad plate and shell elements
  • Doubly curved, 8-node shell element
  • Conic and curved axisymmetric shell elements
  • Standard and hierarchical 2D and 3D elements
  • Plane stress, plate, and shell composite elements

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