MITCalc - Profiles Calculation History

Version history for MITCalc - Profiles Calculation shows you how often it was updated over the past months (starting Apr 30, 2005) as well as 'what is new' information for each update (if available, since this information provided by the author).

Version: 1.18
Size: 1464 KB
OS: Windows
Description:   The calculation solves area characteristics of profiles and mass characteristics of solids created by extrusion or rotation of the profile. Application is developed in MS Excel, is multi-language and supports Imperial and Metric units.

v 1.18 updated on Dec 02, 2014

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v 1.16 updated on Jan 20, 2010

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v 1.14 updated on May 24, 2007

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v 1.13 updated on Jul 23, 2006

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v 1.12 updated on Apr 30, 2005

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