Disc Spring Solver intends to help the disc springs users to foresee the performances of the springs that they are using by giving them the possibility to make calculations using standard algorithms or new and more accurate algorithms and by offering options which are completely new compared to the other disc springs related softwares. One of these algorithms is the new Ferrari method that revealed how the standard method to verify if a reduced disc spring was dimensionally right was wrong, for more information look at the paper "A New Calculation Method for Belleville Disc Springs with Contact Flats and Reduced Thickness".
Disc Spring Solver can also suggest the best disc spring to meet the user's requests by combining more than 1000 different kinds of discs chosen from the included database.
Disc Spring Solver gives, for instance, first and, at today, only software of its field, the opportunity to create a spring stack with the desired design where the packets can be made with a different number and different kinds of disc springs and to consider the friction (and some other factors) effect during the foreseeing of the stack behaviour.
Moreover, the very intuitive user interface of Disc Spring Solver has been thought to give to the user the opportunity to set every calculation option in the main window and not in quite hidden child windows.
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Windows Server 2008,