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Looking for spreadsheet flange/bolting calculation acc. EN 13445 appendix G

Looking for spreadsheet flange/bolting calculation acc. EN 13445 appendix G

Looking for spreadsheet flange/bolting calculation acc. EN 13445 appendix G

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Hi there,

With this my first post on the forum :)

Basically I am looking for a spreadsheet for the flange/bolting calculation according the EN 13445 appendix G. I am still using a predecessor for this method and It's getting outdated.

Does anyone have something I could use? That would be great and save me a lot of time. This spreadsheet I would like to use as a guide to produce a new sheet.

Would be great!
Willem

RE: Looking for spreadsheet flange/bolting calculation acc. EN 13445 appendix G

Willem,
Why don't you do what most people on this forum do and develop your own spreadsheet to perform the calculations. Why should anyone here provide you with something they have developed in either their Companies time or in their own time for nothing? Get real!!!

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