Desktop Scientific: Calculating Temperatures in Mathcad

Desktop Scientific Temperature Conversion

Desktop Scientific is a recognized, leading distributor of academic, mathematical, engineering, scientific and technical software in Africa, which offers internationally recognized software tools and resources with which to excel in the global community.

Recently they posted a PTC Mathcad worksheet on calculating temperatures in Mathcad. This worksheet was created by PTC Mathcad staff and can also be found on PTC’s Engineering Resources, powered by Mathcad. In this Mathcad 15.0 worksheet you can find an example of using Mathcad units for temperature conversion, custom characters, and functions. Here’s a full description:

Temperature conversion is a very common step in many disciplines. With the use of PTC Mathcad’s built-in temperature units, a simple and seamless method of temperature conversion is can be achieved.  Most of these conversions are very easy because they are direct multiplications into another unit system. This worksheet provides you with simple steps of how to:

  • Convert Fahrenheit to Celsius
  • Convert Celsius to Fahrenheit
  • Use the custom characters toolbar
  • Enter negative temperatures

Step by step instruction is included along with images, formulas, and solutions to provide you with examples for how to solve and convert.

If you’re new to PTC Mathcad we suggest you try PTC Mathcad Express, the free for life version, download this worksheet and see what this engineering calculations tool can do for you. If you already use PTC Mathcad but are interested in learning more about calculating temperatures, this is a great tool to practice with!

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2 thoughts on “Desktop Scientific: Calculating Temperatures in Mathcad”

  1. Vatery Ochkov says:

    See also please
    It will be good to have this in Mathcad.
    I Have this function in Mathcad

  2. Anna Giangregorio says:

    I would recommend you ask for help from other expert users on the PTC Mathcad Community:

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