In this post, we will take a quick look inside Calcpad and see how units actually work. But first, let’s make a brief overview of the theoretical basis. Theoretical basis There are only seven base units in the whole universe. They correspond to the seven physical dimensions: mass – kilogram (kg) length – meter (m)Continue reading “How units work?”

# Tag Archives: mathematics

## Quadratic equation – part II

In the previous post we created a simple program to solve a quadratic equation. We used the well known method from school: In this post we will make our program more professional and add some advanced features. Currently, it is fine for personal use, but if we want to give it to other users, weContinue reading “Quadratic equation – part II”

## My first program – quadratic equation

Lets write our first program with Calcpad. Most programming languages usually start with “Hello world!”, but for Calcpad, there is nothing much to do, except to write the text in quotes: Then press Enter and the text will appear in the output. So, let’s do something more useful and solve a real problem. The quadraticContinue reading “My first program – quadratic equation”

## Getting started

Calcpad is available for both cloud and desktop on the official website http://calcpad.eu. You can use it as an online programmable calculator with support for complex numbers, variables, functions and graphing. You can also browse the online library and find professional worksheets for solving equations or calculating areas, volumes and mechanical properties. There is also aContinue reading “Getting started”

## Welcome to Calcpad!

Welcome to my blog! I am a structural engineer with almost 20 years of experience in the design of nuclear and industrial facilities, factories, residential and public buildings. I am also a fan of engineering, mathematics and programming and you will find a lot of interesting stuff about that here. For all these years I’veContinue reading “Welcome to Calcpad!”