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## How do you calculate in Solidworks?

**In an open sketch, do one of the following:**

- Click Equations (Tools toolbar).
- Click Tools > Equations.
- Right-click the Equations folder in the FeatureManager design tree, and select Manage Equations.

## How does solidworks calculate section modulus?

**Performing Beam Calculations**

- Click Beam Calculator (Toolbox toolbar) or Toolbox > Beam Calculator .
- In the Beam Calculator dialog box, select a Load Type.
- Under Type of Calculation, select Deflection or Stress. …
- Select a beam: …
- Select an Axis to determine the value for Moment of inertia or Section modulus.

## How do you insert a formula in Solidworks 2020?

**Adding a Sketch Equation**

- Click Equations (Tools toolbar).
- Click Tools > Equations.
- Right-click the Equations folder in the FeatureManager design tree, and select Manage Equations.

## How do you fix equations in Solidworks?

You can repair the equations by **replacing the dangling portion** of the equations with other dimensions or variables in the Equations dialog box. Under the Value/Equation, in the dangling portion of the equation column, right-click Replace Reference.

## How do I create a section property in Solidworks?

Click Section Properties (Tools toolbar) or **Tools > Evaluate > Section Properties**. The results are displayed in the Section Properties dialog box.

## How is section modulus of I section calculated?

The elastic section modulus is defined as **S = I / y**, where I is the second moment of area (or moment of inertia) and y is the distance from the neutral axis to any given fiber. It is often reported using y = c, where c is the distance from the neutral axis to the most extreme fiber , as seen in the table below.

## Which software is used in calculator?

Windows Calculator

Calculator in Windows 10 in light mode | |
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Initial release | November 20, 1985 |

Repository | github.com/Microsoft/calculator |

Written in | C++, C# |

Operating system | All versions of Microsoft Windows, Xbox system software, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Phone, Linux |

## How do you calculate work?

Work can be calculated with the equation: **Work = Force × Distance**. The SI unit for work is the joule (J), or Newton • meter (N • m). One joule equals the amount of work that is done when 1 N of force moves an object over a distance of 1 m.

## Why do calculators last so long?

Calculators **use very little power**, so it’s battery lasts many years. Some calculators have a small solar panel which can usually generate enough electricity to power it – the battery is only there as a backup and so it can last for many more years without the battery going flat.