Engineering Excel Spreadsheets specializes in providing low cost, easy to use Excel spreadsheet templates for calculations that are tedious to perform by hand, but are not so complicated as to justify the purchase of an entire standalone, general-purpose program or to justify the time needed to learn how to use such a program. With our spreadsheets, if you can type data into a spreadsheet cell, you can quickly get the answer you seek – no need to study tutorials, examples or Help screens. To see the spreadsheets available, go to our Spreadsheet Store. We also provide supporting, informational articles about the use of Excel spreadsheets for engineering calculations.
Spreadsheets are available in several categories including : calculation of convection heat transfer coefficients, pipe flow calculations, pipe flow rate measurement with orifice and venturi flow meters, open channel flow, stormwater calculations, partially full pipe flow, wastewater treatment process design calculations (including activated sludge, MBBR, SBR, and MBR processes) and structural analysis of beams.
Harlan H. Bengtson, PhD, P.E.
Dr. Bengtson started and manages EngineerigExcelSpreadsheets.com. He has B.S. and M.S. degrees from Iowa State University and a PhD from the University of Colorado, all in Chemical Engineering. He is now retired after 30 years in engineering education, in teaching and administrative positions. His areas of expertise are environmental engineering, hydrology, fluid mechanics, heat transfer and renewable energy. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in Missouri. He did consulting work while in academia and had prior industrial experience. Dr. Bengtson has authored numerous publications, presentations and technical reports. He is currently active as a technical writer.
Mark Rossow, PhD, P.E.
Dr. Rossow is a graduate of the University of Michigan with B.S., M.S., and PhD degrees. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in the State of Illinois. He taught civil engineering for over 35 years, including six years at Washington University in St. Louis and 29 years at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, where he was the Chair of the Civil Engineering Department for ten years. His areas of expertise are in civil engineering and mechanics. He has consulted for various organizations, including government agencies and an international offshore drilling company. He has published many journal articles and technical reports.
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