The image above represents part shrinkage ratio.

To compute for part shrinkage ratio, two essential parameters are needed and these parameters are **mold dimension (D _{M})** and

The formula for calculating part shrinkage ratio:

R_{PS} = ^{DM – DP} / _{DM}

Where:

R_{PS} = Part Shrinkage Ratio

D_{M} = Mold Dimension

D_{P} = Part Dimension

Let’s solve an example;

Find the part shrinkage ratio when the mold dimension is 8 and the part dimension is 10.

This implies that;

D_{M} = Mold Dimension = 8

D_{P} = Part Dimension = 10

R_{PS} = ^{DM – DP} / _{DM}

R_{PS} = ^{8 – 10} / _{8}

R_{PS} = ^{-2} / _{8}

R_{PS} = -0.25

Therefore, the **part shrinkage ratio** is **-0.25**.

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Once, you have obtained the calculator encyclopedia app, proceed to the **Calculator Map, **then click on **Polymer & Textile**** **under **Engineering****.**

Now, Click on **Part Shrinkage Ratio**** **under **Polymer & Textile**

The screenshot below displays the page or activity to enter your values, to get the answer for the part of according to the respective parameters which are the **mold dimension (D _{M})** and

Now, enter the values appropriately and accordingly for the parameters as required by the **mold dimension (D _{M})** is

Finally, Click on Calculate

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The image above represents degree of polymerization | both mechanisms.

To compute for degree of polymerization, two essential parameters are needed and these parameters are **parameter (σ) **and **parameter (V).**

The formula for calculating the degree of polymerization:

X_{n} = ^{2V} / _{1 + σ}

Where:

X_{n} = Degree of Polymerization

σ = Parameter

V = Parameter

Let’s solve an example;

Find the degree of polymerization when the parameter is 12 and the parameter is 18.

This implies that;

σ = Parameter = 12

V = Parameter = 18

X_{n} = ^{2V} / _{1 + σ}

X_{n} = ^{2(18)} / _{1 + 12}

X_{n} = ^{36} / _{13}

X_{n} = 2.769

Therefore, the **degree of polymerization **is **2.769.**

**Calculating the Parameter when the Degree of Polymerization and Parameter is Given.**

V = ^{Xn (1 + σ)} / _{2}

Where:

V = Parameter

σ = Parameter

X_{n} = Degree of Polymerization

Let’s solve an example;

Find the parameter when the degree of polymerization is 22 and the parameter is 4.

This implies that;

X_{n} = Degree of Polymerization = 22

σ = Parameter = 4

V = ^{Xn (1 + σ)} / _{2}

V = ^{22 (1 + 4)} / _{2}

V = ^{22 (5)} / _{2}

V = ^{110} / _{2}

V = 55

Therefore, the **parameter **is **55.**

**Calculating the Parameter when the Degree of Polymerization and Parameter is Given.**

σ = ^{2V} / _{Xn} – 1

Where:

σ = Parameter

V = Parameter

X_{n} = Degree of Polymerization

Let’s solve an example;

Find the parameter when the degree of polymerization is 32 and the parameter is 14.

This implies that;

X_{n} = Degree of Polymerization = 32

V = Parameter = 14

σ = ^{2V} / _{Xn} – 1

σ = ^{2(14)} / _{32} – 1

σ = ^{28} / _{32} – 1

σ = 0.875 – 1

σ = -0.125

Therefore, the parameter is** -0.125.**

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Once, you have obtained the calculator encyclopedia app, proceed to the **Calculator Map, **then click on **Polymer & Textile**** **under **Engineering****.**

Now, Click on **Degree of Polymerization | Both Mechanisms**** **under **Polymer & Textile**

The screenshot below displays the page or activity to enter your values, to get the answer for the degree of polymerization according to the respective parameters which is the **parameter (σ) **and **parameter (V).**

Now, enter the values appropriately and accordingly for the parameters as required by the **parameter (σ) **is **12 **and **parameter (V)** is **18**.

Finally, Click on Calculate

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The image above represents free volume of polymer.

To compute for free volume of polymer, two essential parameters are needed and these parameters are **specific volume (V)** and** volume of solidly packed molecules (V _{s}).**

The formula for calculating free volume of polymer:

V_{f} = V – V_{s}

Where:

V_{f} = Free Volume of Polymers

V = Specific Volume

V_{s} = Volume of Solidly Packed Molecules

Let’s solve an example;

Find the free volume of polymer when the specific volume is 30 and the volume of solidly packed molecules is 10.

This implies that;

V = Specific Volume = 30

V_{s} = Volume of Solidly Packed Molecules = 10

V_{f} = V – V_{s}

Vf = 30 – 10

Vf = 20

Therefore, the **free volume of the polymer **is **20.**

**Calculating the Specific Volume when the Free Volume of Polymer and the Volume of Solidly Packed Molecules.**

V = V_{f} + V_{s}

Where;

V = Specific Volume

V_{f} = Free Volume of Polymers

V_{s} = Volume of Solidly Packed Molecules

Let’s solve an example;

Find the specific volume when the free volume of polymer is 24 and the volume of solidly packed molecules is 12.

This implies that;

V_{f} = Free Volume of Polymers = 24

V_{s} = Volume of Solidly Packed Molecules = 12

V = V_{f} + V_{s}

V = 24 + 12

V = 36

Therefore, the **specific volume **is **36.**

**Calculating the Volume of Solidly Packed Molecules when the Free Volume of Polymer and the Specific Volume.**

V_{s} = V – V_{f}

V_{s} = Volume of Solidly Packed Molecules

V_{f} = Free Volume of Polymers

V = Specific Volume

Let’s solve an example;

Find the volume of solidly packed molecules when the free volume of polymer is 28 and the specific volume is 8.

This implies that;

V_{f} = Free Volume of Polymers = 28

V = Specific Volume = 8

V_{s} = V – V_{f}

V_{s} = 28 – 8

V_{s} = 20

Therefore, the** volume of solidly packed molecules** is **20.**

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Now, Click on **Free Volume of Polymer**** **under **Polymer & Textile**

The screenshot below displays the page or activity to enter your values, to get the answer for the free volume of polymer according to the respective parameters which is the **specific volume (V)** and** volume of solidly packed molecules (V _{s}).**

Now, enter the values appropriately and accordingly for the parameters as required by the **specific volume (V)** is **30 **and** volume of solidly packed molecules (V _{s})** is

Finally, Click on Calculate

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The image above represents TEX.

To compute for TEX, two essential parameters are needed and these parameters are **mass (M) **and **length (L).**

The formula for calculating TEX:

TEX = ^{M}/_{L} x 1000

Where:

TEX = TEX

M = Mass

L = Length

Let’s solve an example;

Find the TEX when the mass is 8 and the length is 14.

This implies that;

M = Mass = 8

L = Length = 14

TEX = ^{M}/_{L} x 1000

TEX = ^{8}/_{14} x 1000

TEX = 0.57 x 1000

TEX = 571.4

Therefore, the **TEX **is **571.4.**

**Calculating the Mass when the TEX and the Length is Given.**

M = ^{TEX x L} / _{1000}

Where:

M = Mass

TEX = TEX

L = Length

Let’s solve an example;

Find the mass when the TEX is 40 and the length is 8.

This implies that;

TEX = TEX = 40

L = Length = 8

M = ^{TEX x L} / _{1000}

M = ^{40 x 8} / _{1000}

M = ^{320} / _{1000}

M = 0.32

Therefore, the **mass **is **0.32.**

**Calculating the Length when the TEX and the Mass is Given.**

L = ^{M1000} / _{TEX}

Where;

TEX = TEX

M = Mass

Let’s solve an example;

Find the length with a TEX of 50 and a mass of 20.

This implies that;

TEX = TEX = 50

M = Mass = 20

L = ^{M1000} / _{TEX}

L = ^{(20)1000} / _{50}

L = ^{20000} / _{50}

L = 400

Therefore, the **length **is **400.**

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Once, you have obtained the calculator encyclopedia app, proceed to the **Calculator Map, **then click on **Polymer & Textile**** **under **Engineering****.**

Now, Click on **TEX **under **Polymer & Textile**

The screenshot below displays the page or activity to enter your values, to get the answer for the TEX according to the respective parameters which is the **mass (M) and length (L).**

Now, enter the values appropriately and accordingly for the parameters as required by the **mass (M)** is **8**** and length (L)** is **14**.

Finally, Click on Calculate

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The image above represents TEX | Denier.

To compute for TEX | Denier, one essential parameter is needed and this parameter is **denier (D).**

The formula for calculating the TEX | Denier:

TEX = ^{Denier} / _{9}

Where;

TEX = TEX

D = Denier

Let’s solve an example;

Given that denier is 12. Find the TEX | Denier?

This implies that;

D = Denier = 12

TEX = ^{Denier} / _{9}

TEX = ^{12} / _{9}

TEX = 1.33

Therefore, the **TEX **is **1.33.**

**Calculating the Denier when the TEX is Given.**

D = TEX x 9

Where;

TEX = TEX

D = Denier

Let’s solve an example;

Find the denier when the TEX is 27.

This implies that;

D = TEX x 9

D = 27 x 9

D = 243

Therefore, the **denier **is **243.**

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Once, you have obtained the calculator encyclopedia app, proceed to the **Calculator Map, **then click on **Polymer & Textile**** **under **Engineering****.**

Now, Click on **TEX | Denier **under **Polymer & Textile**

The screenshot below displays the page or activity to enter your value, to get the answer for the TEX | Denier according to the respective parameter which is the **denier (D).**

Now, enter the value appropriately and accordingly for the parameter as required by the **denier (D) **is **12.**

Finally, Click on Calculate

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The image above represents pressure gradient.

To compute for pressure gradient, four essential parameters are needed and these parameters are **value (α), viscosity (μ), screw rotation speed (N)** and** proportionality constant that depends on screw geometry (B).**

The formula for calculating pressure gradient:

ΔP = ^{αμN} / _{B}

Where;

ΔP = Pressure Gradient

α = Value

μ = Viscosity

N = Screw Rotation Speed

B = Proportionality Constant that Depends on Screw Geometry

Let’s solve an example;

Find the pressure gradient when the value is 2, viscosity is 9, screw rotation speed is 20 and proportionality constant that depends on screw geometry is 24.

This implies that;

α = Value = 2

μ = Viscosity = 9

N = Screw Rotation Speed = 20

B = Proportionality Constant that Depends on Screw Geometry = 24

ΔP = ^{αμN} / _{B}

ΔP = ^{(2)(9)(20)} / _{24}

ΔP = ^{360} / _{24}

ΔP = 15

Therefore, the **pressure gradient** is **15.**

**Calculating the Value when the Pressure Gradient, Viscosity, Screw Rotation Speed and Proportionality Constant that Depends on Screw Geometry is Given.**

α = ^{ΔP x B} / _{μN}

Where;

α = Value

ΔP = Pressure Gradient

μ = Viscosity

N = Screw Rotation Speed

B = Proportionality Constant that Depends on Screw Geometry

Let’s solve an example;

Find the value when the pressure gradient is 20, viscosity is 5, screw rotation speed is 11 and the proportionality constant that depends on screw geometry is 7.

This implies that;

ΔP = Pressure Gradient = 20

μ = Viscosity = 5

N = Screw Rotation Speed = 11

B = Proportionality Constant that Depends on Screw Geometry = 7

α = ^{ΔP x B} / _{μN}

α = ^{20 x 7} / _{(5)(11)}

α = ^{140} / _{55}

α = 2.54

Therefore, the **value **is **2.54.**

**Calculating the Viscosity when the Pressure Gradient, Value, Screw Rotation Speed and Proportionality Constant that Depends on Screw Geometry is Given.**

μ = ^{ΔP x B} / _{αN}

Where;

μ = Viscosity

ΔP = Pressure Gradient

α = Value

N = Screw Rotation Speed

B = Proportionality Constant that Depends on Screw Geometry

Let’s solve an example;

Find the viscosity when the pressure gradient is 34, the value is 10, the screw rotation speed is 12 and the proportionality constant that depends on screw geometry is 3.

This implies that;

ΔP = Pressure Gradient = 34

α = Value = 10

N = Screw Rotation Speed = 12

B = Proportionality Constant that Depends on Screw Geometry = 3

μ = ^{ΔP x B} / _{αN}

μ = ^{34 x 3} / _{(10)(12)}

μ = ^{102} / _{120}

μ = 0.85

Therefore, the **viscosity **is **0.85.**

**Calculating the Screw Rotation Speed when the Pressure Gradient, Value, Viscosity and Proportionality Constant that Depends on Screw Geometry is Given.**

N = ^{ΔP x B} / _{αμ}

Where;

N = Screw Rotation Speed

ΔP = Pressure Gradient

α = Value

μ = Viscosity

B = Proportionality Constant that Depends on Screw Geometry

Let’s solve an example;

Find the screw rotation speed when the pressure gradient is 48, value is 12, viscosity is 8 and proportionality constant that depends on screw geometry is 9.

This implies that;

ΔP = Pressure Gradient = 48

α = Value = 12

μ = Viscosity = 8

B = Proportionality Constant that Depends on Screw Geometry = 9

N = ^{ΔP x B} / _{αμ}

N = ^{48 x 9} / _{(12)(8)}

N = ^{432} / _{96}

N = 4.5

Therefore, the **screw rotation speed **is **4.5.**

**Calculating the Proportionality Constant that Depends on Screw Geometry when the Pressure Gradient, Value, Viscosity and Screw Rotation Speed is Given.**

B = ^{αμN} / _{ΔP}

Where;

B = Proportionality Constant that Depends on Screw Geometry

ΔP = Pressure Gradient

α = Value

μ = Viscosity

N = Screw Rotation Speed

Let’s solve an example;

Find the proportionality constant that depends on screw geometry when the value is 4, pressure gradient is 12, viscosity is 7 and screw rotation speed is 8.

This implies that;

ΔP = Pressure Gradient = 12

α = Value = 4

μ = Viscosity = 7

N = Screw Rotation Speed = 8

B = ^{αμN} / _{ΔP}

B = ^{(4)(7)(8)} / _{12}

B = ^{224} / _{12}

B = 18.67

Therefore, the **proportionality constant that depends on screw geometry **is **18.67.**

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The screenshot below displays the page or activity to enter your values, to get the answer for the pressure gradient according to the respective parameters which is the **value (α), viscosity (μ), screw rotation speed (N)** and** proportionality constant that depends on screw geometry (B).**

Now, enter the values appropriately and accordingly for the parameters as required by the **value (α)** is **2**,** viscosity (μ)** is **9**,** screw rotation speed (N)** is **20 **and** proportionality constant that depends on screw geometry (B)** is **24**.

Finally, Click on Calculate

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The image above represents the apparent shear stress | slit die.

To compute for apparent shear stress | slit die, three essential parameters are needed and these parameters are **height of die (h), pressure gradient (ΔP)** and** flow length (L).**

The formula for calculating the apparent shear stress | slit die:

τ_{app} = ^{h . ΔP} / _{2L}

Where:

τ_{app} = Apparent Shear Stress | Slit Die

h = Height of Die

ΔP = Pressure Gradient

L = Flow Length

Let’s solve an example;

Find the apparent shear stress | slit die when the height of die is 7, pressure gradient is 12 and the flow length is 16.

This implies that;

h = Height of Die = 7

ΔP = Pressure Gradient = 12

L = Flow Length = 16

τ_{app} = ^{h . ΔP} / _{2L}

τ_{app} = ^{7 . (12)} / _{2(16)}

τ_{app} = ^{84} / _{32}

τ_{app} = 2.625

Therefore, the **apparent shear stress** is **2.625.**

**Calculating the Height of Die when the Apparent Shear Stress, Pressure Gradient and the Flow Length is Given.**

h = ^{τapp x 2L} / _{ΔP}

Where:

h = Height of Die

τ_{app} = Apparent Shear Stress | Slit Die

ΔP = Pressure Gradient

L = Flow Length

Let’s solve an example;

Find the height of die when the apparent shear stress | slit die is 32, the pressure gradient is 10 and the flow length is 8.

This implies that;

τ_{app} = Apparent Shear Stress | Slit Die = 32

ΔP = Pressure Gradient = 10

L = Flow Length = 8

h = ^{τapp x 2L} / _{ΔP}

h = ^{32 x 2 (8)} / _{10}

h = ^{32 x 16} / _{10}

h = ^{512} / _{10}

h = 51.2

Therefore, the **height of die **is **51.2.**

**Calculating the Pressure Gradient when the Apparent Shear Stress, Height of Die and the Flow of Length is Given.**

ΔP = ^{τapp x 2L} / _{h}

Where:

ΔP = Pressure Gradient

τ_{app} = Apparent Shear Stress | Slit Die

h = Height of Die

L = Flow Length

Let’s solve an example;

Find the pressure gradient when the apparent shear stress | slit die is 16, the height of die is 4 and the flow length is 2.

This implies that;

τ_{app} = Apparent Shear Stress | Slit Die = 16

h = Height of Die = 4

L = Flow Length = 2

ΔP = ^{τapp x 2L} / _{h}

ΔP = ^{16 x 2 (2)} / _{4}

ΔP = ^{16 x 4} / _{4}

ΔP = ^{64} / _{4}

ΔP = 16

Therefore, the **pressure gradient **is **16.**

**Calculating the Flow Length when the Apparent Shear Stress when the Height of Die and the Pressure Gradient is Given.**

L = ^{h . ΔP} / _{τapp x 2}

Where:

L = Flow Length

τ_{app} = Apparent Shear Stress | Slit Die

h = Height of Die

ΔP = Pressure Gradient

Let’s solve an example;

Find the flow length when the apparent shear stress | slit die is 15, the height of die is 10 and the pressure gradient is 4.

This implies that;

τ_{app} = Apparent Shear Stress | Slit Die = 15

h = Height of Die = 10

ΔP = Pressure Gradient = 4

L = ^{h . ΔP} / _{τapp x 2}

L = ^{10 . 4} / _{15 x 2}

L = ^{40} / _{30}

L = 1.33

Therefore, the **flow length **is **1.33.**

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Once, you have obtained the calculator encyclopedia app, proceed to the **Calculator Map, **then click on **Polymer & Textile**** **under **Engineering****.**

Now, Click on **Appa****rent Shear Stress| Slit Die**** **under **Polymer & Textile**

The screenshot below displays the page or activity to enter your values, to get the answer for the apparent shear stress | slit die according to the respective parameters which is the **height of die (h), pressure gradient (ΔP)** and** flow length (L).**

Now, enter the values appropriately and accordingly for the parameters as required by the **height of die (h)** is **7**,** pressure gradient (ΔP)** is **12 **and** flow length (L)** is **16**.

Finally, Click on Calculate

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The image above represents plastic pressure.

To compute for plastic pressure, two essential parameters are needed and these parameters are **hydraulic pressure (P _{H})** and

The formula for calculating plastic pressure:

P_{p} = P_{H} x I_{r}

Where;

P_{p} = Plastic Pressure

P_{H} = Hydraulic Pressure

I_{r} = Intensification Ratio

Let’s solve an example;

Find the plastic pressure when the hydraulic pressure is 20 and the intensification ratio is 44.

This implies that;

P_{H} = Hydraulic Pressure = 20

I_{r} = Intensification Ratio = 44

P_{p} = P_{H} x I_{r}

P_{p} = 20 x 44

P_{p} = 880

Therefore, the **plastic pressure **is **880.**

**Calculating the Hydraulic Pressure when the Plastic Pressure and the Intensification Ratio is Given.**

P_{H} = ^{Pp} / _{Ir}

Where;

P_{H} = Hydraulic Pressure

P_{p} = Plastic Pressure

I_{r} = Intensification Ratio

Let’s solve an example;

Find the hydraulic pressure when the plastic pressure is 24 and the intensification ratio is 10.

This implies that;

P_{p} = Plastic Pressure = 24

I_{r} = Intensification Ratio = 10

P_{H} = ^{Pp} / _{Ir}

P_{H} = ^{24} / _{10}

P_{H} = 2.4

Therefore, the **hydraulic pressure **is **2.4.**

**Calculating the Intensification Ratio when the Plastic Pressure and the Hydraulic Pressure is Given.**

I_{r} = ^{Pp} / _{PH}

Where;

I_{r} = Intensification Ratio

P_{p} = Plastic Pressure

P_{H} = Hydraulic Pressure

Let’s solve an example;

Find the intensification ratio when the plastic pressure is 30 and the hydraulic pressure is 15.

This implies that;

P_{p} = Plastic Pressure = 30

P_{H} = Hydraulic Pressure = 15

I_{r} = ^{Pp} / _{PH}

I_{r} = ^{30} / _{15}

I_{r} = 2

Therefore, the **intensification ratio **is **2.**

Nickzom Calculator – **The Calculator Encyclopedia** is capable of calculating the plastic pressure.

To get the answer and workings of the plastic pressure using the **Nickzom Calculator – The Calculator Encyclopedia. **First, you need to obtain the app.

You can get this app via any of these means:

**Web** – https://www.nickzom.org/calculator-plus

**professional **version via web, you need to **register** and **subscribe **for** NGN 1,500 **per** annum** to have utter access to all functionalities.

You can also try the **demo **version via https://www.nickzom.org/calculator

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Once, you have obtained the calculator encyclopedia app, proceed to the **Calculator Map, **then click on **Polymer & Textile**** **under **Engineering****.**

Now, Click on **Plastic Pressure**** **under **Polymer & Textile**

The screenshot below displays the page or activity to enter your values, to get the answer for the plastic pressure according to the respective parameters which is the **hydraulic pressure (P _{H})** and

Now, enter the values appropriately and accordingly for the parameters as required by the **hydraulic pressure (P _{H})** is

Finally, Click on Calculate

As you can see from the screenshot above, **Nickzom Calculator**– The Calculator Encyclopedia solves for the plastic pressure and presents the formula, workings and steps too.

The image above represents dryer capacity.

To compute for dryer capacity, two essential parameters are needed and these parameters are **material consumption (M _{c}) **and

The formula for calculating dryer capacity:

D_{c} = ^{Mc} / _{TD}

Where:

D_{c} = Dryer Capacity

M_{c} = Material Consumption

T_{D} = Drying Time

Let’s solve an example;

Given that the material consumption is 28 and the drying time is 34. Find the dryer capacity?

This implies that;

M_{c} = Material Consumption = 28

T_{D} = Drying Time = 34

D_{c} = ^{Mc} / _{TD}

D_{c} = ^{28} / _{34}

D_{c} = 0.82

Therefore, the **dryer capacity **is** 0.82.**

**Calculating for Material Consumption when the Dryer Capacity and the Drying time is Given.**

M_{c} = D_{c} x T_{D}

Where:

M_{c} = Material Consumption

D_{c} = Dryer Capacity

T_{D} = Drying Time

Let’s solve an example;

Find the material consumption when the dryer capacity is 40 and the drying time is 2.

This implies that;

D_{c} = Dryer Capacity = 40

T_{D} = Drying Time = 2

M_{c} = D_{c} x T_{D}

M_{c} = 40 x 2

M_{c} = 80

Therefore, the **material consumption **is **80.**

**Calculating for Drying time when the Dryer Capacity and the Material Consumption is Given.**

T_{D} = ^{Mc} / _{Dc}

Where:

T_{D} = Drying Time

D_{c} = Dryer Capacity

M_{c} = Material Consumption

Let’s solve an example;

Find the drying time of a given dryer capacity of 38 and a material consumption of 18.

This implies that;

D_{c} = Dryer Capacity = 38

M_{c} = Material Consumption = 18

T_{D} = ^{Mc} / _{Dc}

T_{D} = ^{18} / _{38}

T_{D} = 0.47

Therefore, the **drying time **is **0.47.**

Nickzom Calculator – **The Calculator Encyclopedia** is capable of calculating the dryer capacity.

To get the answer and workings of the dryer capacity using the **Nickzom Calculator – The Calculator Encyclopedia. **First, you need to obtain the app.

You can get this app via any of these means:

**Web** – https://www.nickzom.org/calculator-plus

**professional **version via web, you need to **register** and **subscribe **for** NGN 1,500 **per** annum** to have utter access to all functionalities.

You can also try the **demo **version via https://www.nickzom.org/calculator

**Android (Paid)** – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.nickzom.nickzomcalculator

**Android (Free)** – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nickzom.nickzomcalculator

**Apple (Paid)** – https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/nickzom-calculator/id1331162702?mt=8

Once, you have obtained the calculator encyclopedia app, proceed to the **Calculator Map, **then click on **Polymer & Textile**** **under **Engineering****.**

Now, Click on **Dryer Capacity**** **under **Polymer & Textile**

The screenshot below displays the page or activity to enter your values, to get the answer for the dryer capacity according to the respective parameters which is the **material consumption (M _{c}) **and

Now, enter the values appropriately and accordingly for the parameters as required by the **material consumption (M _{c}) **is

Finally, Click on Calculate

As you can see from the screenshot above, **Nickzom Calculator**– The Calculator Encyclopedia solves for the dryer capacity and presents the formula, workings and steps too.

The image above represents shielding factor.

To compute for shielding factor, two essential parameter are needed and these parameters are **coil radius (R _{s})** and

The formula for calculating the shielding factor:

ε = ^{Rs} / _{L}

Where:

ε = Shielding Factor

R_{s} = Coil Radius

L = Shielding Depth

Let’s solve an example;

Find the shielding factor when the coil radius is 11 and the shielding depth is 21.

This implies that;

R_{s} = Coil Radius = 11

L = Shielding Depth = 21

ε = ^{Rs} / _{L}

ε = ^{11} / _{21}

ε = 0.52

Therefore, the **shielding factor **is **0.52.**

**Calculating for the Coil Radius when the Shielding Factor and the Shielding Depth is Given.**

R_{s} = ε x L

Where;

R_{s} = Coil Radius

ε = Shielding Factor

L = Shielding Depth

Let’s solve an example;

Given that the shielding factor is 30 and the shielding depth is 5. Find the coil radius?

This implies that;

ε = Shielding Factor = 30

L = Shielding Depth = 5

R_{s} = ε x L

R_{s} = 30 x 5

R_{s} = 150

Therefore, the **coil radius **is **150.**

**Calculating for the Shielding Depth when the Shielding Factor and the Coil Radius is Given.**

L = ^{Rs} / _{ε}

Where;

L = Shielding Depth

ε = Shielding Factor

R_{s} = Coil Radius

Let’s solve an example;

With a shielding factor of 24 and a coil radius of 14. Find the value of the shielding depth?

This implies that;

ε = Shielding Factor = 24

R_{s} = Coil Radius = 14

L = ^{Rs} / _{ε}

L = ^{14} / _{24}

L = 0.58

Therefore, the **shielding depth **is **0.58.**

Nickzom Calculator – **The Calculator Encyclopedia** is capable of calculating the shielding factor.

To get the answer and workings of the shielding factor using the **Nickzom Calculator – The Calculator Encyclopedia. **First, you need to obtain the app.

You can get this app via any of these means:

**Web** – https://www.nickzom.org/calculator-plus

**professional **version via web, you need to **register** and **subscribe **for** NGN 1,500 **per** annum** to have utter access to all functionalities.

You can also try the **demo **version via https://www.nickzom.org/calculator

**Android (Paid)** – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.nickzom.nickzomcalculator

**Android (Free)** – https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nickzom.nickzomcalculator

**Apple (Paid)** – https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/nickzom-calculator/id1331162702?mt=8

Once, you have obtained the calculator encyclopedia app, proceed to the **Calculator Map, **then click on **Polymer & Textile**** **under **Engineering****.**

Now, Click on **Shielding Factor**** **under **Polymer & Textile**

The screenshot below displays the page or activity to enter your values, to get the answer for the shielding factor according to the respective parameters which is the **coil radius (R _{s})** and

Now, enter the values appropriately and accordingly for the parameters as required by the **coil radius (R _{s})** is

Finally, Click on Calculate

As you can see from the screenshot above, **Nickzom Calculator**– The Calculator Encyclopedia solves for the shielding factor and presents the formula, workings and steps too.