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I just sent the VigaG program for the HP Prime to http://www.hpcalc.org


Cool,

Could you please add a library of known materials stiffness and momentum in it?
I often need to calculate bendings of Al, Steel, Carbon here, and the web based, free stuff tends to only have only 1/2 of what I need, or use soem strange units of measurements (like inches!)..

cyrille
OH MY GOD!!!

My favourite HP48/49 program, now ported to the HP Prime!!! How many years willing to happen this. You have made me very happy Edwin. A very big THANK YOU. This is by far one of the BEST (adding FEM analysis from Kaspar) programs for civil engineering ever written.

I´ll wait for Eric to upload it to his web site. Wonderful job Edwin. The best beam calculus program for a calculator.

PD: is on your projects to port "Secciones" program, too? It´s another must have for engineers for moments of inertia of ANY shape.

Thank you again, Mr. Edwin.
(02-03-2020 03:24 AM)Edwin Wrote: [ -> ]I just sent the VigaG program for the HP Prime to http://www.hpcalc.org



Download link: https://www.hpcalc.org/details/9125

regards,
Edwin Córdoba
This actually pretty cool, i've been looking for something like this for a long time, thank you very much!
There is a new version of the program (V.4.2), some problems were solved and the value labels were added in the results, now it is also possible to enter the point where you want to evaluate the beam.
download link: https://www.hpcalc.org/details/9125
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Before it was a wonderful program. Now it´s perfect, graphics are much more comprehensived.

Thank you very much for hearing my suggestions. I´m going to download this evening.
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