The ARCHITECT’S FORMULATOR is the perfect tool for any Architect. This program contains over 400 formulas helpful for architect. ARCHITECT’S FORMULATOR combines all of the formulas from our Electrical, Carpentry and Plumbing Formulators. In addition, this product also includes Concrete and Excavations formulas, that perform calculations for excavating or filling soil, the concrete required for a job and the bricks required for a wall. The program also includes special formulas just for architect for concrete and steel design, parking area and sidewalk design and even swimming pool design, as well as basic formulas for wind load and wind overturning force. The 23 formulas just for architect’s included now are just the start of what we expect will grow to over 100 formulas in coming months.

The CARPENTRY section contains formulas that calculate the number of joists and studs required on a job. ARCHITECT’S FORMULATOR aids users to calculate the load on headers or the cost of hardwood flooring. There are even formulas to calculate the loads on walls and loads on beams. Formulas in the ELECTRICAL section calculate kilowatts, horsepower, efficiency, power factor, watts, amps, current, power, resistance, and voltage. This section includes formulas to calculate total resistance, capacitance, voltage drops, and transformer calculations.

The formulas in the PLUMBING section calculate areas of pipe walls and the weights of different pipes. ARCHITECT’S FORMULATOR is able to calculate the final temperature when two bodies of water are mixed. There are also formulas in this section to calculate the expansion of pipes, radiant heat and heat loss cooling requirements, head loss and fresh air in room requirements All formulas can be saved or E-mailed. The program also remembers favorites and recent formulas.

Some of the formulas in ARCHITECT’S FORMULATOR include:

ACOUSTICS

Acoustic Absorption Factor

Acoustic Absorption Factor

Room Absorption

Reverberation Time-Metric

Reverberation Time-Feet

BEAMS

Beam Loads Single Span Uniforms

Supports Free Vmax

Supports Free Mmax

One Free One Fixed Vmax

One Free One Fixed Mmax

Supports Fixed Vmax

Cantilever Vmax

Cantilever Mmax

Uniform Load Two Spans

Center Fixed Outer Free Vmax

Center Fixed Outer Free Mmax

Two Spans All Free Vmax

2 Center Fixed Outer Free Dmmax

Uniform Load Tree Spans

3 Inner Fixed Outer Free Vmax

3 Inner Fixed Outer Free Mmax

3 Fixed Vmax

3 Fixed Dmmax

Uniform Load Four Spans

4 Inner Fixed Outer Free Vmax

4 Inner Fixed Outer Free Mmax

4 Fixed Vmax

4 Fix Dmmax

Concrete And Excavating

Amount of Soil to Excavate of Fi

Soil Amount

Concrete Required for Job

Cubic Yards of Concrete

Cement Used Fine Aggregate Used

Coarse Aggregate Used

Weight of Material

Weight of Cement

Weight of Fine Aggregate

Coverage From Concrete

Total Bricks Needed with Half inch

Bricks Needed In 8 Inch Wall

Bricks Needed In 12 Inch Wall

Bricks Needed in 16 Inch Wall

Concrete Design

Beam Shear Load

Design Unit Shear Stress

One Way Slab Design

Design Load On A 1 Ft Wide Section

Design

Parking Area Design

Sidewalk Design

Seating Capacity Area

Minimum Window Area

Culvert Size

Material Weight in Lbs and Kilo

Plates

Flat Plates

Square Plate Stress

Square Plate Max

Rigid Square Plate Stress

Rigid Square Plate Max

Flexible Circular Plate Stress

Flexible Circular Max

Rigid Circular Plate Stress

Rigid Circular Max

Flexible Rectangle Stress

Flexible Rectangle Max

Rigid Rectangle Stress

Rigid Rectangle Max

VERTICAL SHEAR

Rectangular Sections Shear

Steel W, M, Or C Sections

Steel Tee Sections

Circular Sections Shear

Horizontal Shear

Rectangular Section Shear

Steel W, M, And C Sections

Steel Tee Sections Horz

Circular Sections Horz

Connections- Horizontal

Vertical Shear

Horizontal Shear

Bending Moment Load

Structures Total Safe Load

Supported Devices:

- iPad

- iPhone

- iPod Touch