Herman J. Woltring

01-24-1992, 06:15 PM

Dear Biomch-L readers,

In reply to a recent query on Mech-L about Email access to the American

Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), the Mech-L moderator posted the

following item. I think that it may also be of interest for Biomch-L.

Those who are not on the Internet can send a note with HELP in the main

body of an email note to BITFTP@PUCC.BITNET to obtain further information.

Regards -- Herman J. Woltring, Eindhoven/NL

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Date: Sat, 25 Jan 1992 00:02:08 CST

From: Seiichi Nomura

Subject: eng/sci software

Sender: Mechanical Engineering Discussion List

To: Multiple recipients of

Reply-to: Seiichi Nomura

> I learnt that ASME is running a BBS that can be accessed

> through a modem by dialing their telephone number.

I once talked to the sysop of ASME BBS over the phone and

discussed about mirroring their files to MECH-L.

Unfortunately, they don't have the net access and this

seems to be not feasible.

However, I want to call your attention that I recently

set up anonymous ftp service at me.uta.edu (129.107.2.20)

and collected some software programs for engineering/science.

Below is the list of files located at /pub/science.

bcf77.zip Free Fortran compiler

sm14a.zip Symbolic math calculator

maple.zip Maple (TM) demo (needs 386/486 and vga)

mathcad.zip MathCAD (TM) demo

f2c-exe.zip Fortran to C converter

tidy621.zip Fortran file beautifier

mrcry203.zip Borland Mercury (Eureka!) math spreadsheet

fit2-117.zip Linear/non-linear analysis

frai1611.zip Fractal generator

eedraw23.zip EE-drawing

cc4.zip Math spreadsheet

grfsy201.zip Scientific graphics

3df.zip 3-D graphics

sspice10.zip Symbolic SPICE

fft128.zip Fast Fourier Transfer

matlab.zip PC-matlab (all purpose matrix solver)

mathdemo.zip Mathematica(c) demo (VGA required)

pmotion.exe Planetary motion (self-extracting)

ode.zip Ordinary Differential Equation Solver

teddemo.zip Thermodynamics graphical tutor

periodic.zip Periodic table (EGA required)

3dsurf.zip Plots z=f(x,y)

algor.zip Finite element demo

chemview.zip Chemical bonding view (EGA)

chiwrite.zip Scientific word processor (math symbol support)

eigen.zip Eigenvalue routine

eispack.zip Matrix eigenvalue solver (FORTRAN)

engpas.zip Engineering Pascal routines

fcnplt40.zip Plots arbitrary functions

fempd.zip Example finite element program (BASIC)

laplace.zip Laplace equation (del f=0) solver

linpack.zip Linear equation package (FORTRAN)

mathfc.zip Command line calculator

mathfunc.pas Pascal math functions

mathpack.pas Pascal math pack

mu-fea1.zip Shareware finite element (Part I)

mu-fea2.zip Shareware finite element (Part II)

predicti.zip Extrapolation of data (curve fit)

Please feel free to grab those files and let me know

if you find something wrong or if you want to contribute

to the list. Make sure to transfer files in binary mode.

Regards,

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Seiichi Nomura ($@LnB

In reply to a recent query on Mech-L about Email access to the American

Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), the Mech-L moderator posted the

following item. I think that it may also be of interest for Biomch-L.

Those who are not on the Internet can send a note with HELP in the main

body of an email note to BITFTP@PUCC.BITNET to obtain further information.

Regards -- Herman J. Woltring, Eindhoven/NL

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Date: Sat, 25 Jan 1992 00:02:08 CST

From: Seiichi Nomura

Subject: eng/sci software

Sender: Mechanical Engineering Discussion List

To: Multiple recipients of

Reply-to: Seiichi Nomura

> I learnt that ASME is running a BBS that can be accessed

> through a modem by dialing their telephone number.

I once talked to the sysop of ASME BBS over the phone and

discussed about mirroring their files to MECH-L.

Unfortunately, they don't have the net access and this

seems to be not feasible.

However, I want to call your attention that I recently

set up anonymous ftp service at me.uta.edu (129.107.2.20)

and collected some software programs for engineering/science.

Below is the list of files located at /pub/science.

bcf77.zip Free Fortran compiler

sm14a.zip Symbolic math calculator

maple.zip Maple (TM) demo (needs 386/486 and vga)

mathcad.zip MathCAD (TM) demo

f2c-exe.zip Fortran to C converter

tidy621.zip Fortran file beautifier

mrcry203.zip Borland Mercury (Eureka!) math spreadsheet

fit2-117.zip Linear/non-linear analysis

frai1611.zip Fractal generator

eedraw23.zip EE-drawing

cc4.zip Math spreadsheet

grfsy201.zip Scientific graphics

3df.zip 3-D graphics

sspice10.zip Symbolic SPICE

fft128.zip Fast Fourier Transfer

matlab.zip PC-matlab (all purpose matrix solver)

mathdemo.zip Mathematica(c) demo (VGA required)

pmotion.exe Planetary motion (self-extracting)

ode.zip Ordinary Differential Equation Solver

teddemo.zip Thermodynamics graphical tutor

periodic.zip Periodic table (EGA required)

3dsurf.zip Plots z=f(x,y)

algor.zip Finite element demo

chemview.zip Chemical bonding view (EGA)

chiwrite.zip Scientific word processor (math symbol support)

eigen.zip Eigenvalue routine

eispack.zip Matrix eigenvalue solver (FORTRAN)

engpas.zip Engineering Pascal routines

fcnplt40.zip Plots arbitrary functions

fempd.zip Example finite element program (BASIC)

laplace.zip Laplace equation (del f=0) solver

linpack.zip Linear equation package (FORTRAN)

mathfc.zip Command line calculator

mathfunc.pas Pascal math functions

mathpack.pas Pascal math pack

mu-fea1.zip Shareware finite element (Part I)

mu-fea2.zip Shareware finite element (Part II)

predicti.zip Extrapolation of data (curve fit)

Please feel free to grab those files and let me know

if you find something wrong or if you want to contribute

to the list. Make sure to transfer files in binary mode.

Regards,

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Seiichi Nomura ($@LnB