Application calculates the required amount of oil for proper gas oil mix ratio in a 2-stroke engine. Simply enter the amount of fuel and the desired fuel/oil ratio and click the calculate button. The required oil amount will be displayed instantly for a perfect fuel oil mix!
Application supports both US and metric units.
Common two-stroke oil/fuel mixture applications include snowmobiles, motorcycles, scooters, boats, golf carts, and many other small engine applications.
Keywords: snowmobile, boat, outboard, outboard motor, motor, engine, oil, fuel, petrol, litres, gas, gasoline, mix, ratio, mix ratio, premix, pre-mix, motorcycle, scooter, marine, atv, 2 stroke, two-stroke, 2-stroke, two stroke, oil mix, oil ratio, fuel oil mix, oil calculator, chainsaw, weed eater, blower.
Ob das aktuelle Veranstaltungsprogramm, Ihr Standort im Gelände, Live-Timing und Live-Ticker, Auskunft über teilnehmende Teams oder Interessante Orte wie Unterkünfte, Tankstellen und mehr. Mit dem PTRGuide haben Sie alle Daten schnell bei der Hand.
BITTE BEACHTEN: Manche ältere Geräte von Samsung haben Probleme mit dem Ein- & Ausschalten der Taschenlampe, da diese Geräte die verwendete Funktion nicht unterstützen.
Ein umständliches Eintippen der Benzinmenge, wie bei den meisten Gemischrechner - Apps entfällt. Das spart Zeit & Nerven.
-zur Benzinmenge scrollen
-Ölmenge direkt ablesen
Schneller gehts nicht.
Das Raster ist sinnvoll gewählt und sollte die benötigte Menge mal zwischen zwei Einträgen liegen, kann der Zwischenwert leicht abgeschätzt werden.
Mit einem Klick auf die Überschrift kann das Mischungsverhältnis gewechselt werden, ohne dass man erneut zur getankten Benzinmenge scrollen muss.
Hast Du Vorschläge, in welchen Bereichen das Raster verfeinert werden sollte, oder benötigst ein weiteres Mischungsverhältnis? Dann schreib dies in Deinen Kommentar oder schicke mir eine Mail.
Viel Spass beim Tanken und Fahren...
PS: Die Taschenlampe wird nicht bei allen Geräten unterstützt...
* Zweitakter - Fahrzeuge und Geräte sind z.B.:
- Trabant / Trabi
The trademark "Honda" and any other product names, service names or logos of Honda used, quoted and/or referenced in this app are trademarks or registered trademarks of Honda or any of its affiliates. Other product names and/or company names used in the app may be protected as their trademarks and/or trade names.
It can perform numerical integration and solve the roots of equations in addition to supporting complex numbers and matrix calculations.
**** Cool Tip: click the upper right logo to see the settings page for more options. ****
**** Please be noted: the f (i) in our app works a little differently from the real calculator: instead of hold and release, just click the f (i), the display will show the imaginary part for a second, then switch to real part automatically. *****
★ Features include:
• Root finder
• Numeric integration
• Complex numbers
• Matrix operations
• Hyperbolic and inverse hyperbolic trig functions
• Probability (combinations and permutations)
• Factorial, % change, and absolute value
• Random number generator
• RPN entry
• enable/disable key click sound
• Comma as decimal point option
• Automatically save/restore settings
• Touch logo to see all settings
• Direct access to support forum from app
• Support Android Tablet
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Changeable components include:
Other engine simulators exist but none are specifically designed for the Type 1 engine. This is why Dub-Dyno is the best tool available when planning an engine.
These software version has borrowed the RPN (Reverse Polish Notation) and the look&feel of those calculators. It features classical 4 operations, logarithms, trigonometry, statistics, and macros for easy programming. It also features complete support for complex numbers along with 2nd, 3rd, and 4th degree equations solving.
Its unique magenta L key allows switching from one layout to another, thus saving space on small displays like smartphones without compromising usability.
Support for gestures allows switching from one keyboard to another by swiping left or right, and a light swipe up or down on a key executes the associated f or g function, without any need to actually press the f or g key.
See the web pages of the application at http://calc.lsrodier.net for complete keys description and samples.
My RPN calculator is compatible with all devices running Android 2.1 and up and supports both horizontal and vertical orientations. It does however requires a device with a minimum screen resolution of 320x480 (or 480x320 according to orientation). Note that tablet screens 1280x800 are properly managed.
Summary of the main functions:
* RPN input
* Portrait/landscape and multi-resolution layouts
* Gesture support for extended/simplified inputs
* Arithmetic functions (+, -, x, /, 1/x, +/-, etc)
* Trigonometry, logarithms, hyperbolic trigonometry
* Percentages (+, -, variation, total)
* Complete complex numbers support
* 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade equations solving
* Unit conversions (temperatures, distances, etc)
* Macros for simple programming tasks
Summary of the main statistical functions:
* 1- and 2-variable statistics
* Sums (Σx, Σx2, Σy, Σy2, Σxy)
* Mean, weighted mean, standard deviation
* Linear regression
* Correlation coefficient
* Linear estimation
* Statistical registers table
And now through this emulator for the HP-35, where both perfectly emulates the LED screen of the original 15-digit calculator physically and how we can make use of it in a virtual like you're actually physically in our hands through our Android device.
The HP-35 calculated arithmetic functions, logarithmic and trigonometric functions.
Some historical curiosities of this calculator are:
- The display of 15 characters in the HP 35, when the reverse was seen, could produce a limited number of alphabetic messages. For example, 710.77345 would read as "SHELL OIL". The sample was probably more extravagant +40 57738.57734 E would be read as "Oh Hells Bells".
- The HP 35 was just 5.8 inches long and 3.2 inches wide. This was the pocket size of William Hewlett, of there as the "pocket calculator".
- The power requirement of the LED display was responsible for the short life between battery charges the HP 35, about three hours. To prolong the operating time and prevent damage from overuse of the slide switch on / off, users could press the decimal point key to force the display to illuminate only a segment of the LED.
- The HP 35 calculated arithmetic functions, logarithmic, and trigonometric, however, full implementation used only 767 carefully chosen instructions (7670 bits), in what is a marvel of concise programming.
- The introduction of the HP 35 scientific calculators and other similar capacity by Texas Instruments soon signaled the end of the slide rule as a status symbol among science and engineering students. The covers of the rules of calculations were disappearing to make way for the covers of the "electronic slide rule", and universities began to abandon the slide rule classes of their curriculum.
- The HP 35 was the beginning of a family of related calculators all sharing similar mechanical packaging:
- The screen was unique in the sense that multiplexing is designed to illuminate only one LED at a time segment, instead of a single-digit LED, because HP investigations had shown that this method was perceived by the human eye as more Bright energy equivalent.
- The calculator used three NiCd batteries "AA" assembled in a removable battery pack, owner of HP design. Battery packs and replacement are unavailable, leaving 35 HP depending existing alternating current, or the users must rebuild the battery pack using batteries themselves available. An external battery charger was available and could also function calculator from charger, with or without batteries installed.
Internally, the calculator was organized around a serial processor chipset (a bit) floating point number processing 56-bit, 14-digit numbers representing BCD.
It was introduced at a price of U.S. $ 395.1 and was available from January 4, 1972 to 1975. During that time over 300,000 units sold.
Before the HP 35, the only practical portable devices to perform trigonometric and exponential functions were slide rules. At that time, existing pocket calculators had only four functions, ie could only add, subtract, multiply and divide. Originally it had been known simply as "The Calculator", but Hewlett suggested that it should be called the HP 35 because it had 35 keys.
HP 35 was developed in two years, HP 35 was released in 1972.
Visit our website for high-resolution screenshots. http://www.calctastic.com
What does the full version include that the free version doesn't?
- Full Landscape Support
- 7 Premium Themes (12 total)
- Android's ONLY full-featured Programmer's Calculator
- Algebraic, Sequential or RPN input methods
- Postfix notation
- Expression or Stack Display
- Expression History with 20 records
- Calculator Stack with 50 registers
- Memory with 10 registers
- 12 high-quality themes
- Copy and Paste
- Configurable numeric display (decimal point and digit grouping)
- Intuitive long-click feature removes the need to press SHIFT
- Easier to use than an HP 11C / 15C
- Fractions and Fraction Calculations
- Convert Decimals to Fractions
- Degree/Minute/Second Conversions
- Standard, Scientific, Engineering and Fixed Decimal Notations
- Configurable Precision from 0 - 12 digits
- Table of 44 Physical Constants
- Over 210 different conversion units across 14 categories
- Trig functions in Degrees, Radians or Grads (w/ hyperbolic equivalents)
- Conversions between Degrees, Radians and Grads
- Natural and Base-10 Logarithms
- Percent and Delta Percentage
- Mod(Remainder), Absolute, Ceiling, Floor and Round operations
- Factorial and Gamma Functions
- Combinations and Permutations
- Random Number Generator (random decimal or random in given range)
- 15 Single-Variable Statistics commands operate on all stack entries
- Quantity, Min, Max, Range, Sum, Median
- Arithmetic Mean, Geometric Mean, Mean Squared
- Sum Squared, Sum of Squares of Variance
- Sample Variance, Sample Standard Deviation
- Population Variance, Population Standard Deviation
- Binary, Octal, Decimal and Hexadecimal display and conversions
- 100% support for all common integer-sizes (8, 16, 32 and 64 bit)
- Every integer-size is supported in both SIGNED and UNSIGNED modes
- Calculation History viewable in all four bases
- Conversion casts between any two integer-sizes
- Dedicated binary-bit display for all 64-bits
- Instant access to toggle any binary bit
- Bitwise logic operations AND, OR, XOR, NAND, NOR, XNOR
- Bitwise shift operations (correctly differentiates between SIGNED and UNSIGNED right shifts)
- Roll Left and Right for quick number entry
- 1's and 2's complement. Native interpretation is 2's complement
- Byte and Word flipping (ie LSB and LSW display)
- Random Number Generator (random bits at any integer-size)
NeoCal is highly customizable to work the way you do. Enable the Precedence option to reduce entering parenthesis, or enable the RPN option to eliminate them completely. Enable up to four display lines to see current and previous results. Choose your own theme for improved readability.
NeoCal is a mature product that has been on the market for eleven years. It has been continually enhanced by suggestions from the user community, making it an even more effective and user-friendly tool. An extensive user guide containing many examples is included in the application.
SUMMARY OF BUILT-IN FUNCTIONS
- Scientific: trigonometric, hyperbolic, and logarithmic functions; degrees/radians conversions; time and angle conversions; physical constants
- Financial: time value of money, amortization; discounted cash flow analysis for internal rate of return and net present value; interest conversion between nominal and effective rates; margin and markup calculations
- Statistical: two variable statistical analysis including mean, weighted mean, standard deviation; linear regression forecasting, correlation coefficient; probability calculations
- Date and Time: date arithmetic; duration arithmetic and conversions including frames for digital video editing; moment conversions
- Programmer: base number conversions between binary, octal, decimal, and hexadecimal; 32-bit, 16-bit, and 8-bit signed and unsigned integer math calculations and conversions; logical and bit-manipulation operations
- Conversion: length, area, volume, speed, weight, temperature; unit arithmetic
SUMMARY OF FEATURES
- UI designed specifically for Android phones and tablets
- Unique Dynamic Keyboard technology
- User-selectable themes
- Multiple keyboard layouts
- 12-digit display with thousands separators
- Locale-based number, date, and time formatting
- Labeled results for clarity
- Optional RPN input method
- Selectable RPN stack size
- Up to four display lines
- 20 or 100 user registers
- Multi-level Undo/Redo
- Macro record and playback
- Extensive user guide included in the app
You can calculate easily and fast the oil quantity by dragging two bars without entering numbers with keyboard. It can store settings for up to 4 motorcycles such as fuel tank capacity (tap to change), oil ratio and the name of the bike.
It also offers a Speed Calculator based on your gearing and wheel dimensions (Gearing calculator). It outputs the speeds in KM or MPH in a 2D table in relation to the RPM (max 15000rpm). You can also save up to 4 bikes' gearing settings.
The tuning menu (in-app purchase) will allow you to fine tune your engine using the following:
1) Calculate engine's time areas for both inlet and exhaust - BMEP
2) Calculate the theoretical carb size based on rpm and cc
3) Calculate theoretical values for main jets based on altitude and temperature (knowing your base settings of course)
4) Calculate and present TA (timearea) and exhaust degrees in a 2D table with fixed height and variable width or the opposite
5) Calculate exhaust dimensions and hydroformed sheet
6) Calculate reed valves with different materials, dimensions, characteristics etc
7) And finally, a how-to guide to modify your Yahama YPVS controller with some basic soldering skills in order to fine tune the power valve opening and closing points, valve speed etc. A table is shown with all the values and combinations
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