In Engineering with Excel, you'll discover how to use Excel to solve your engineering problems in less time.
✓ The Critical Excel Functions That are So Important for Engineers
✓ How to Construct Advanced Engineering Formulas in Excel
✓ The Most Efficient Ways to Work with Engineering Data in Excel
✓ Why Errors Occur in Excel and How to Design Spreadsheets to Avoid Them
✓ How to Solve Systems of Equations and Optimize Designs with Excel
✓ The Best Methods for Accurate Curve Fitting and Regression in Excel
✓ How to Use Macros and VBA to Automate Engineering Analysis
✓ Easy Methods for Solve Calculus Problems and Differential Equations in Excel
Engineering with Excel provides a step-by-step system that helps engineers solve difficult problems quickly and accurately.
Are you struggling to the find the right solutions to your engineering problems in Excel?
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About Charlie Young, P.E.
Charlie Young, P.E. is the founder of EngineerExcel.com where he has been teaching engineers across the globe how to leverage the capabilities of Excel for advanced engineering calculations.
He has over a decade of experience building custom engineering tools in Excel and has won an international award for his engineering models in Excel.
Although he is experienced in advanced engineering techniques like FEA, CFD and 1-D modelling, he always relies on Excel as the most important tool in his engineering toolbox.
Praise for EngineerExcel Products:
Marcus Souza de Oliveira
"I am really enjoying the course, as an Engineering Manager I have plenty of opportunities to use VBA in my daily work, but I never had the time to learn, you course is really simple, direct to the point and it is applied to engineering, so it is perfect."
"Thank you very much for an awesome course. You have really managed to fit a tremendous amount of tips, techniques, and productivity boosts into the training. I very much enjoyed it and some of the tools are true game changers and applications that I have really been wanting for a looong time. Also I think it is super-nice that almost every lessons can be applied to your work directly. Finally, great that you use applications from various fields of engineering and not just your own specialty. It makes the training accessible for both electrical, mechanical and chemical engineers. So, thank you! I will make good use of the knowledge you have shared!"
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