I have written quite a few Microsoft Excel spreadsheets and one or two DOS Batch files for doing different things. Some I use for work (civil engineering), and some are purely for fun.
I have made some of them available here for you to download and use freely. I have password protected a few of them so that you won't be able to make changes to the way they work - BUT if you send me an email telling me what you think of the spreadsheet then I will happily tell you the password.
|A comprehensive Excel spreadsheet that will calculate the acceleration and top speed of a car given a few basic facts about the car|
|An Excel spreadsheet that will convert grid references in Longitude and Latitude to OS Grid References|
|An Excel spreadsheet that when supplied with a OS Landranger Map Grid Reference will tell you which Landranger map it appears on and the nearest postcode|
|A fun and wacky Excel spreadsheet that rotates wire mesh 3D model shapes around in 3 dimesnsions|
|A program that Civil Engineers might find useful - it calculates section properties for steel plate girders.|
| ||A DOS batch file that will create a webpage for previewing all the .jpg and .gif files in a given directory. This batch file is very useful if you are running Windows 95 or Windows 98 and don't have any suitable graphics packages for previewing images.|
| ||A spreadsheet that calculates and illustrates accurate steering geometry for various wheelbases and track widths.|
| ||A simple spreadsheet that calculates compression test pressures and temperatures for engines.|
| ||A detailed spreadsheet that performs calculations using the Brinch Hansen method for laterally loaded piles in soil.|
| ||A comprehensive spreadsheet that calculates the minimum reinforcement required in mass concrete (usually foundations) to resist early thermal cracking due to differential shrinkage.|