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«PILE DRIVING ANALYSIS BY THE WAVE EQUATION For technical assistance, contact: Dr. Lee L. Lowery, Jr., P.E. Department of Civil Engineering Texas A&M ...»

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18 MERGE TWO OR MORE DATA FILES

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12 EXIT TO SYSTEM ENTER YOUR SELECTION [3] --

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Directory of Disk A:

JUMPFILE CHEKWAVE.COM LOADWAVE.COM

WRITWAVE.COM PRNTWAVE.COM UTILWAVE.COM

INSTWAVE.COM TINYWAVE.COM CASEXII

EDITWAVE.COM MERGWAVE.COM CASEIII

READWAVE.COM CASEVII CASEVIII

CASEXIII CASEXIV CASEXVI

CASEXVII BRUN.COM MAINPARM.DAT

EDWAV100.OVR EWMAINMU.OVR EDWAVMNU.OVR EDWAV200.OVR

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3 LETTER EXTENSION (If necessary) [CR] --OLD NAME = A:JUMPFILE.

ENTER NEW FILENAME (1 to 8 characters) OR HIT RETURN TO GO TO MAIN MENU [JUNKFILE] --ENTER 3 LETTER EXTENSION (If necessary) [DAT] --RENAMING FILE A:JUMPFILE. AS A:JUNKFILE.DAT

FILE A:JUMPFILE. HAS BEEN RENAMED AS A:JUNKFILE.DAT

DO YOU WANT TO RENAME MORE FILES ? (Y/N) [N] --MAINMENU

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18 MERGE TWO OR MORE DATA FILES

11 PRINT A FILE ON THE LINE PRINTER

12 EXIT TO SYSTEM

ENTER YOUR SELECTION [2] --WHICH DRIVE IS THE FILE ON? (A or B) [A] --Directory of Disk A:

JUNKFILE CHEKWAVE.COM LOADWAVE.COM

WRITWAVE.COM PRNTWAVE.COM UTILWAVE.COM

INSTWAVE.COM TINYWAVE.COM CASEXII

EDITWAVE.COM MERGWAVE.COM CASEIII

READWAVE.COM CASEVII CASEVIII

CASEXIII CASEXIV CASEXVI

CASEXVII BRUN.COM MAINPARM.DAT

EDWAV100.OVR EWMAINMU.OVR EDWAVMNU.OVR EDWAV200.OVR ENTER NAME OF FILE TO DELETE (1 to 8 characters) OR HIT RETURN TO GO TO MAIN MENU [JUNKDAT] --LETTER EXTENSION (If necessary) **** FILE A:JUNKDAT. DOES NOT EXIST...

HIT RETURN [CR] --WHOOPS - MISSPELLED IT}

WHICH DRIVE IS THE FILE ON? (A or B) [A] --Directory of Disk A:

JUNKFILE CHEKWAVE.COM LOADWAVE.COM

WRITWAVE.COM PRNTWAVE.COM UTILWAVE.COM

INSTWAVE.COM TINYWAVE.COM CASEXII

EDITWAVE.COM MERGWAVE.COM CASEIII

READWAVE.COM CASEVII CASEVIII

CASEXIII CASEXIV CASEXVI

CASEXVII BRUN.COM MAINPARM.DAT

EDWAV100.OVR EWMAINMU.OVR EDWAVMNU.OVR EDWAV200.OVR ENTER NAME OF FILE TO DELETE (1 to 8 characters) OR HIT RETURN TO GO TO MAIN MENU [JUNKFILE] --LETTER EXTENSION (If necessary) [DAT] --THIS IS IT. I'M ABOUT TO DELETE FILE A:JUNKFILE.DAT AND IT WILL BE GONE FOR GOOD.............

SHALL I PROCEED WITH THE DELETION?? (Y/N) [Y] --DELETING FILE A:JUNKFILE.DAT

FILE A:JUNKFILE.DAT HAS BEEN DELETED

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10 MERGE TWO OR MORE DATA FILES

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12 EXIT TO SYSTEM

ENTER YOUR SELECTION [9] --WRITE DATA TO WHICH DISK (A or B) [A] --Directory of Disk A:

CHEKWAVE.COM LOADWAVE.COM WRITWAVE.COM

PRNTWAVE,COM UTILWAVE.COM INSTWAVE.COM

TINYWAVE.COM CASEXII EDITWAVE.COM

MERGWAVE.COM CASEIII READWAVE.COM

CASEVII CASEVIII CASEXIII

CASEXIV CASEXVI CASEXVII

BRUN.COM MAINPARM.DAT EDWAV100.OVR EWMAINMU.OVR EDWAVMNU.OVR EDWAV200.OVR ENTER NAME OF DATASET (1 to 8 characters) OR HIT RETURN TO GO BACK TO MAIN MENU [CASEI] --LETTER ATTRIBUTE (IF DESIRED): ? [CR] --INPUT FOR CARD SERIES 001 ***********************

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INPUT LINE OF COMMENTS

? VULCAN-08 DRIVING 12X12 INCH PRESTRESSED CONC PILE, 60 FT LONG

INPUT LINE OF COMMENTS





? CASEI USING A 1 INCH OAK CAPBLOCK AND CUSHION {SEE CASEI EXAMPLE}

INPUT DATA FOR CARD 101 **********************

INPUT 1/DELTEE (1/SECONDS):

HIT RETURN IF YOU WOULD LIKE

PROGRAM TO COMPUTE VALUE: ? [CR] --INPUT MAXIMUM NUMBER OF ITERATIONS

YOU WISH PROGRAM TO RUN: ? [200] --PROGRAM WILL PRINT FORCES (OR STRESSES)

AND DISPLACEMENTS AFTER EVERY 'IPRINT'

ITERATION. PLEASE ENTER IPRINT: ? [5] --PROGRAM WILL PRINT INTERMEDIATE ANSWERS

FOR 6 ELEMENTS OF YOUR CHOICE. PLEASE

INPUT 6 ELEMENTS ALONG THE PILE

FIRST ELEMENT: ? [1] --SECOND ELEMENT: ? [2] --THIRD ELEMENT: ? [3] --FOURTH ELEMENT: ? [5] --FIFTH ELEMENT: ? [7] --SIXTH ELEMENT: ? [8] --THE FOLLOWING IS OPTION INPUT. FOR MORE

DETAILED INFORMATION, SEE USERS MANUAL

OPTION BRIEF POSSIBLE

NUMBER DESCRIPTION VALUES INPUT?

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INPUT FOR CARD 102 ***************************

INPUT TOTAL NUMBER OF MASSES IN SYSTEM: ? [8] --INPUT MASS NUMBER OF FIRST PILE ELEMENT: ? [3] --INPUT INITIAL RAM VELOCITY FT/SEC): ? [11.75] --INPUT AREA TO BE USED IN COMPUTING STRESSES (SQ IN):

INPUT 1000 TO CHANGE FROM POUNDS TO KIPS: ? [144] --INPUT FIRST THREE COEFFICIENTS OF RESTITUTION:

INPUT EEM(1): ? [.5] --INPUT EEM(2): ? [.5] --INPUT EEM(3): ? [1] --INPUT FIRST THREE GAMMA(I) VALUES KIPS):

INPUT GAMMA(1): ? [0] --INPUT GAMMA(2): ? [0] --INPUT GAMMA(3): ? [-1] --INPUT FOR CARD 103 ************************* INPUT TOTAL SOIL RESISTANCE ON PILE (KIPS): ? [50] --INPUT SOIL RESISTANCE UNDER TIP OF PILE (KIPS): ? [2.5] --INPUT FIRST MASS NUMBER EMBEDDED IN SOIL: ? [6] --INPUT QSIDE FOR SOIL ON SIDE OF PILE (INCHES): ? [.1] --INPUT QPOINT FOR SOIL AT PILE POINT (INCHES): ? [.1] --INPUT SOIL DAMPING FOR SIDE OF PILE (SEC/FT): ? [.2] --INPUT SOIL DAMPING FOR POINT OF PILE (SEC/FT): ? [.01] --TO RUN UP TO 9 MULTIPLES OF THE ABOVE

SOIL RESISTANCE VALUES, ENTER THE FOLLOWING

DELTA R VALUES. ENTER VALUES FROM 0 TO

9.99 ONLY:

INPUT DELR( 1 ): ? [2] --INPUT DELR( 2 ): ? [3] --INPUT DELR( 3 ): ? [4] --INPUT DELR( 4 ): ? [6] --INPUT DELR( 5 ): ? [8] --INPUT DELR( 6 ): ? [10] --DELR VALUE OVER 9.99, RE-INPUT VALUE INPUT DELR( 6 ): ? [9] --INPUT DELR( 7 ): ? [CR] --INPUT DELR( 8 ): ? [CR] --INPUT DELR( 9 ): ? [CR] --INPUT DATA FOR ELEMENT WEIGHT (KIPS) *********

INPUT ELEMENT NUMBER, THEN CORRESPONDING

WEIGHT (KIPS), IN PAIRS, UNTIL ALL

DATA HAS BEEN ENTERED. LAST ELEMENT

NUMBER MUST BE = 8 FOR THIS SERIES.

ELEMENT NUMBER: ? [1] --WEIGHT (KIPS): ? [8] --ELEMENT NUMBER: ? [2] --WEIGHT (KIPS): ? [1] --ELEMENT NUMBER: ? [8] --WEIGHT (KIPS): ? [1.5] --INPUT DATA FOR ELEMENT SPRING RATES (KIPS/IN) *********

INPUT ELEMENT NUMBER, THEN CORRESPONDING

SPRING RATES (KIPS/IN), IN PAIRS, UNTIL ALL

DATA HAS BEEN ENTERED. LAST ELEMENT

NUMBER MUST BE = 7 FOR THIS SERIES.

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SPRING RATES (KIPS/IN): ? [3600] --NEW DATA SET A:CASEI. IS COMPLETE

DO YOU WANT TO BUILD ANOTHER? (Y/N) [N] --NOTE: WHEN A DATA SET IS FIRST BUILT, IT IS AUTOMATICALLY CHECKED AND

SAVED TO DISK. THUS IT CANNOT BE CHECKED USING OPTION 7, SINCE IT'S

GONE! (TO DISK) ANY FILES THAT ARE MODIFIED, HOWEVER, MUST BE

CHECKED USING OPTION 7 BEFORE YOU CAN SAVE THE FILE TO DISK.}

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10 MERGE TWO OR MORE DATA FILES

11 PRINT A FILE ON THE LINE PRINTER

12 EXIT TO SYSTEM

ENTER YOUR SELECTION [7] --NO FILE PRESENT - USE OPTION 5 ON MAIN MENU TO LOAD DATA

HIT RETURN [CR] --SEE? I TOLD YOU SO - FILE IS GONE!} M A I N M E N U

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12 EXIT TO SYSTEM

ENTER YOUR SELECTION [5] --WHICH DRIVE IS THE DATA SET ON (A or B)? [A] --Directory of Disk A:

CASE1 CHEKWAVE.COM LOADWAVE.COM

WRITWAVE.COM PRNTWAVE.COM UTILWAVE.COM

INSTWAVE.COM TINYWAVE.COM CASEXII

EDITWAVE.COM MERGWAVE.COM CASEIII

READWAVE.COM CASEVII CASEVIII

CASEXIII CASEXIV CASEXVI

CASEXVII BRUN.COM MAINPARM.DAT

EDWAV100.OVR EWMAINMU.OVR EDWAVMNU.OVR EDWAV200.OVR NAME OF DATA SET? (1 to 8 characters)

OR HIT RETURN TO GO BACK TO MAIN MENU [CASEI] --LETTER ATTRIBUTE (IF DESIRED)? [CR] --PLEASE WAIT

LOADING FILE A:CASEI.

INTERPRETING DATA

FILE A:CASEI. HAS BEEN LOADED AND INTERPRETED

HIT RETURN [CR] --M A I N M E N U

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10 MERGE TWO OR MORE DATA FILES

11 PRINT A FILE ON THE LINE PRINTER

12 EXIT TO SYSTEM

ENTER YOUR SELECTION [6] --NOW I WOULD LIKE TO BUILD A MODIFICATION OF CASEI, BUT NOT LOSE

CASEI:}

EDITING FILE A:CASEI. E D I T M E N U

0 1 SERIES - PROBLEM TITLE CARDS 1 100 SERIES - CARDS 101,102, AND 103 2 200 SERIES - ELEMENT WEIGHTS (WAM) 3 300 SERIES - ELEMENT SPRING RATES (XKAM) 4 400 SERIES - STATIC SIDE RESISTANCES (RUM) 5 500 SERIES - MINIMUM SPRING FORCES (GAMMA)I 6 600 SERIES - COEFFICIENTS OF RESTITUTION (EEM) 7 700 SERIES - NOT USED 8 800 SERIES - INITIAL VELOCITIES (VEL) 9 900 SERIES - SOIL 'QUAKE' (Q) 10 1000 SERIES - SOIL DAMPING FACTORS (SJ) 11 1100 SERIES - CROSS-SECTIONAL AREAS (A) 12 1200 SERIES - INTERNAL SPRING 'SLACKS' (SLACK) ENTER THE NUMBER(S) 0-12 OR 'ALL'... M=MAIN MENU

INPUT NUMBER(S)? [0] --CURRENT TITLE CARD(S) ARE:

#1 VULCAN-08 DRIVING 12X12 INCH PRESTRESSED CONC PILE, 60 FT LONG

#2 CASEI USING A 1 INCH OAK CAPBLOCK AND CUSHION {SEE CASEI EXAMPLE}

#3 #4 #5 #6 #7 #8

INPUT THE CARD NUMBERS THAT YOU WANT TO CHANGE/ADD

OR RETURN TO CONTINUE

INPUT CARD NUMBER(S)? [3] ---

CARD # 3 [THIS WILL BE SAME AS CASE I BUT ADD 20 FEET TO THE PILE] --CURRENT TITLE CARD(S) ARE:

#1 VULCAN-08 DRIVING 12X12 INCH PRESTRESSED CONC PILE, 60 FT LONG

#2 CASEI USING A 1 INCH OAK CAPBLOCK AND CUSHION {SEE CASEI SAMPLE}

#3 THIS WILL BE SAME AS CASE I BUT ADD 20 FEET TO THE PILE

INPUT THE CARD NUMBERS THAT YOU WANT TO CHANGE/ADD OR RETURN TO

CONTINUE

INPUT CARD NUMBER(S)? [4] --CARD # 4 [THUS, ADD TWO WEIGHTS AND SPRINGS TO THE PILE] --CURRENT TITLE CARD(S) ARE:

#1 VULCAN-08 DRIVING 12X12 INCH PRESTRESSED CONC PILE, 60 FT LONG

#2 CASEI USING A 1 INCH OAK CAPBLOCK AND CUSHION {SEE CASEI SAMPLE}

#3 THIS WILL BE SAME AS CASE I BUT ADD 20 FEET TO THE PILE

#4 THUS, ADD TWO WEIGHTS AND SPRINGS TO THE PILE

#5 #6 #7 #8

INPUT THE CARD NUMBERS THAT YOU WANT TO CHANGE/ADD OR RETURN TO

CONTINUE

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EDITING FILE A:CASEI. EDITMENU



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