PTC Mathcad is better than Excel for your Engineering Calculations

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A KPMG study found that, in a sample of 22 spreadsheets, 91 percent contained errors. Is this a fluke? Nope. A similar study by S.G. Powell discovered that, in a sample of 25 operational spreadsheets, 10 had an error — with the consequent financial impact ranging from $216,806 to $110,543,305. That’s not the kind of money any company can risk losing.

When it comes to making engineering calculations, many people still rely on Excel. Excel is an excellent tool, but it has a number of limitations when it comes to computing complex calculations. Not to mention, the difficulty in documenting and reusing one’s work.  It is essential to capture calculations in a way that is easy to reuse, analyze, and share with others. This allows you to spend more of your time actually engineering!

Check out this on-demand webinar hosted by Engineering.com where John Sheehan, Technical Fellow at PTC, and National Judge for the FIRST Robotics Competition shows demonstrations in the PTC Mathcad Prime 3.0 environment. PTC Mathcad is the single solution for engineering calculations because it incorporates natural math notion, allows you to document your design intent, and you can share/reuse effortlessly.

Topics covered in the webinar include:

  • Solve Blocks
  • Plotting
  • Excel Components & Integration
  • Derivatives
  • Symbolics
  • Built in Units & Ability to create custom units

Download your free copy of PTC Mathcad Express today!

 

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