The ExcelCalcs web site has been taken off to private clinic for a Christmas facelift. Take a look and tell us if you like it in the forum. We have also introduced new site functionality too it will be much easier to use. The make over was partly in response to a selected user survey in November 2008. Thank you to all who responded it greatly helped us plan our way forward.
ExcelCalcs Day-Tripper Course
“Yeah ExcelCalcs and XLC look great… but I am too busy to learn”. So sign up for the ExcelCalcs Day-Tripper Course and with John Doyle as your tour guide you'll be an expert within a day. Armed with XLC and knowledge of the best calculations on the site you will make technical decisions with confidence and back them up with a professional set of calculations.
Cost: $300USD per attendee.
Register your interest in any of the following venues and dates:
London, UK. Thu 26 February 2009. Venue: The Institute of Mechanical Engineers. One Birdcage Walk, Westminster, London SW1H 9JJ. Email to register your interest.
Miami, USA. Mon 09 March 2009. Venue: To be arranged. Email to register your interest.
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Bangkok, Thailand Wed 22 July 2009. Venue: To be arranged. Email to register your interest.
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Thank you to all recent contributors.
"BOLTGRP.xls" is a MS-Excel spreadsheet workbook for analyzing bolt groups. Updated by Alex Tomanovich.
Weld Group Analysis per AISC 9th Ed. (ASD). Updated by Alex Tomanovich.
Pipe Weight and Tank Volume and Weight Calculator. Updated by Alex Tomanovich.
Thermowells are used in industrial temperature measurement to provide isolation between a temperature sensor (often a thermocouple) and the environment whose temperature is to be measured. They are intrusive fittings and are subject to static and dynamic fluid forces. These forces govern their design. Vortex shedding is the dominant concern as it is capable of forcing the thermowell into flow-induced resonance and consequent fatigue failure. The latter is particularly significant at high fluid velocities. The ASME Performance Test Code (PTC 19.3) is the most widely used basis for thermowell design. This spreadsheet is password protected. Uploaded by faizol82.
Calculation Reference Material properties of steel. Uploaded by faizol82.
|Pole Foundation IBC 2003
Pole foundation design based on IBC 2003. Both Restrained and Unrestrained at top. Uploaded by jpriley485.
This program is an add-in for excel. Uploaded by lukecs.
RECTBEAM (318-05).xls, so called to reflect the use of the ACI 318-05 Code. Updated by Alex Tomanovich.