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Tools and Calculators
Warlock Apps: Tools and Calculators
Short calculations are fast to carry out using a calculator application designed specifically for each task. Software written to simplify our ongoing research is progressively incorporated into web based apps. Apps for domestic use have been designed upon request as a range of separate calculators. Fast access to the most commonly used conversions allows ease of use, with less frequently used calculations in 'function' keys.
Free 500 W blade plans with each purchase.
Web app (HTML5)
General Unit Converter
Convert between units for;
- Length (Distance)
- Volume (Fluids and Dry)
Convert temperature units between celsius and fahrenheit, cooking volumes used for recipes in different countries and velocity or distance between metric and imperial systems. Area unit conversions are useful for real estate or building and pressure conversions are needed for tyre inflation, diving and distillation. Read more.......
This free app has full names for units, abbreviations and rounding options. Dials have up to three functions that select up to 24 unit conversions per measuring unit.
Updates to the 'General Unit Converter' are in progress throughout 2016 and include;
- Time unit converter - Unit origins
- Sub-unit breakdowns - Colour icons and dials
Free plans are available to download for 0.70 to 0.80 meter radius blades (2.27 to 2.62 foot radius), suited to domestic turbines. Custom plans for are available to purchase as a pdf and can be generated in both metric or imperial measurements. Maximum blade length is 10 meters (32.8 foot for imperial) and the minimum is 310 mm (1 foot for imperial), although custom designs outside this range can be produced upon request.
The 'Wind Turbine Blade Calculator' is situated in the projects section of the web page. Details for blade manufacture and mould production are also described, along with test results for finished blades. Read more.....
Web app (HTML5)
The 'Wind Turbine Blade Calculator' solves equations for power at each windspeed using the number of blades, radius and TSR. Design blades for an existing generator or decide on the best blade size to manufacture for the average wind speed of your site.