Featured Excel Resources

Discover the best Excel resources for beginners getting started and experienced engineers. From free tools, featured engineering calculation spreadsheets, and more.

The Engineer's Excel Toolkit!

This Engineer’s Excel Toolkit will teach you smart ways to harness Excel’s full power for engineers, making complex tasks a breeze. Boost your proficiency and streamline your engineering workflows with ease. Take your engineering to the next level with advanced Excel skills.

Engineering Calculation Spreadsheets

Discover Excel spreadsheets that will help you in various aspects of your Engineering projects!

Pipe Pressure Drop Calculator

This spreadsheet include a step by step video that will guide you through the functionalities and creation process of a piping pressure drop calculator in Excel, designed to assist engineers with fluid dynamics calculations.

Limits and Fits Calculator

Quickly calculate and adjust tolerances for different fits and diameters to meet engineering specifications precisely with a step by step video that will guide you through the entire process.

Socket Cap & Countersunk Fastener Dimensions

Calculate critical dimensions such as clearance hole diameter, counterbore depth, and countersink angles based on selected fastener types and fits.

Featured Excel Tutorials

Linear Interpolation in Excel

To perform linear interpolation in Excel,  use the FORECAST function to interpolate between two pairs of x- and y-values directly. In the example below, the formula to interpolate and find the y-value that corresponds to an x-value of 1.4 is: =FORECAST(F2,C3:C4,B3:B4) This simple method works

3 Axis Graph Excel Method: Add a Third Y-Axis

Ever wanted to know how to create a 3 axis graph in Excel? The other day I got a question from Todd, an EngineerExcel.com subscriber. He uses Excel to create charts of cam position, velocity, and acceleration. The industry-standard way of graphing this data is

Curve Fitting in Excel

I’ve discussed linear regression on this blog before, but quite often a straight line is not the best way to represent your data. For these specific situations, we can take advantage of some of the tools available to perform nonlinear regression or curve fitting in

Elevate Your Engineering with Excel

Advance in Excel with engineering-focused training that equips you with the skills to streamline projects and accelerate your career.
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