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The new Mathcad Prime 10 software version has been released, offering enhanced features and improved performance for engineers, scientists and technical professionals. This latest version builds upon the strengths of its predecessors, providing a more intuitive user interface, advanced mathematical capabilities and increased compatibility with…

## Understanding Chaos Theory With PTC Mathcad

Editor’s note. Guest blogger Alejandro Rivera, Aerospace Engineer at Goddard Space Flight Center,* returns to discuss the history of Chaos Theory and how Mathcad makes interpreting and analysing the Lorenz equations easier. Chaos theory is a fascinating field of mathematics that studies the behaviour of…

## Integrating Excel with PTC Mathcad

Over the years, we have had numerous conversations with engineers about which program is better for engineering calculations: PTC Mathcad or Excel. Our answer is usually, “They are both great programs, especially integrated.” The wonderful thing with Mathcad is that you can take advantage of…

In the realms of mathematics and engineering, utmost precision and optimal efficiency hold supreme importance. ABBYY FineReader, a robust PDF and Optical Character Recognition (OCR) software, brings a wealth of advantages to Mathcad users. Imagine effortlessly extracting critical numerical data from scanned documents and integrating…

## Unlocking Engineering Creativity: CorelDRAW for Mathcad Users

In the world of engineering and mathematics, precision and clarity are non-negotiable. Engineers and mathematicians strive to solve complex problems and communicate their findings clearly and effectively. This is where the synergy between two powerful software tools, CorelDRAW Technical Suite and Mathcad, becomes a game-changer.…

## Your Engineering Calculations Deserve Better

Are you still relying on spreadsheets for engineering calculations? Then it’s time for an upgrade. Discover PTC Mathcad, where maths meets engineering with clarity and precision. Engineers often use spreadsheets for calculations, but not without some headaches. Here’s a spreadsheet that one engineer created to…

## Why do sailboats move forward in the wind?

The physics of many sports events are rather straightforward: a swimmer pushes water behind his or her body with arms and legs, a pole-vaulter uses the ground and a flexible pole to spring into the air, an archer uses a bow to store potential energy…

## “Back To Work” Mathcad webinar series

The summer and the vacation season is almost coming to an end, and it will soon be time to get back to work. Feeling a bit rusty in terms of your Mathcad skills? We have got you covered! Check our new upcoming series of free…

## Mathcad Community Challenge – Resistors in Parallel

This challenge is related to electrical engineering. There is a simple circuit with an electrical potential of 220 Volts. Initially, we have a single 10 Ohm resistor. Then we add a second resistor in parallel, with 10% higher resistance. Then we add a third resistor…

## Mathcad Community Challenge – American Football Field Goal Geometry

This time the Mathcad community challenge is around field goals in American football. Create a Mathcad worksheet where you calculate the following angles from a given line of scrimmage for making a field goal: How can you show how those angles change as a function…