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 XLC LOG10() Functionality

ExcelCalcs user gduncan wrote an idea in the 'User Suggestions ' area of the forum. LOG10() functions caused a problem for XLC because it contains letter and numbers. This problem is resolved in the latest version 01.08.0005 and it is available for download. Installation simply overwrites previous versions of XLC. The same issue is resolved for Atan2(), MDet3(), Sumx2my2(), Sumx2py2(), sumxmy2() and SysLin3().

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 The following calculation presents an analysis of Hertzian contact stresses when a sphere is pressed against a surface (flat, convex and concave surfaces are considered). Hertzian contact problems require the dimensions of the area of contact are small compared to the radii of curvature of the contacting surfaces near the region of contact. Hertzian bearing pressure distibution is assumed to be a quadratic functions in the region of contact. Spreadsheet King AlexTomanovich proved that even he is not infallible as he corrected a small mistake in this repository file. It is updated to version 1.4.

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