This online calculator computes apparent temperature, taking into consideration wind speed and relative air humidity. It uses Australian Bureau of Meteorology formula
Clapeyron-Mendeleev equation. The relationship between the number of moles of gas, the temperature, volume and pressure.
Recalculation of density of oil for different temperature and pressure values. Formulas are taken from Russia's GOST R 8.610-2004. "State system for ensuring the uniformity of measurements. Density of oil. The tables for recalculation" standard
Calculator to determine conditions for drying grain.
This calculator calculates heat index (apparent temperature), which is used by US meteorologists to determine the human-perceived equivalent temperature, as how hot it would feel if the humidity were some other value in the shade.
This calculator determines dew point from given temperature and relative humidity of air
This calculator calculates Humindex, index used by Canadian meteorologists to describe how hot the weather feels to the average person, by combining the effect of heat and humidity.
Petroleum product density conversion, according to GOST 3900-85
First calculator converts relative humidity to absolute humidity for given temperature and barometric pressure. Second calculator converts absolute humidity to relative humidity for given temperature and barometric pressure
This online calculator computes saturation vapour pressure for given temperature and atmospheric (barometric) pressure
Conversion between different temperature scales
This online calculator computes Wind Chill Index using Wind Chill Formula from Environment Canada