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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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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) 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)? [1-4] --Note that the 1-4 entry means edit 1,2,3&4}

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INPUT THE NUMBER NEXT TO THE PARAMETER TO CHANGE [9] --O.K. Here you have 3 choices. You can either type N to go to the next card, M to return to the EDITMENU, or any number from 1 to 22 to change the corresponding value on this screen. I picked 9 to change the point of the pile print-out. Program now asks me for new NS6 value.} INPUT NEW VALUE FOR N56? [10] --Program now repeats the data and lets me change other data or move on to the next card.}

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INPUT THE NUMBER NEXT TO THE PARAMETER TO CHANGE [23] --WARNING: IF YOU ALTER DATA IN THE 100 SERIES, YOU MUST CHECK TO SEE

THAT THE DATA ON THE 200-1200 SERIES OF CARDS ARE COMPATIBLE INPUT NEW VALUE FOR MP? [10] --Here we are changing the number of elements from 8 to 10} CARD #102

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35 MO 6 43 DELR(4) 8 36 QSIDE.1 44 DELR(5) 9 37 QPOINT.1 45 DELR(6) 0 38 SIDEJ.2 46 DELR(7) 0 39 POINTJ.01 47 DELR(8) 0 40 DELR(1) 3 48 DELR(9) 0 N=NEXT CARD,M=EDIT MENU INPUT THE NUMBER NEXT TO THE PARAMETER TO CHANGE [35] --INPUT NEW VALUE FOR MO? [8] {Here I moved the soil down the pile to element number 8, so that the pile would be embedded in the ground the same distance as before - i.e. the extra 20 feet of pile is above the ground level.} CARD #103

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33 RUT 58 41 DELR(2) 4 34 RUP 2.5 42 DELR(3) 6 35 MO 8 43 DELR(4) 8 36 QSIDE.1 44 DELR(5) 9 37 QPOINT.1 45 DELR(6) 0 38 SIDEJ.2 46 DELR(7) 0 39 POINTJ.01 47 DELR(8) 0 40 DELR(1) 3 48 DELR(9) 0 N=NEXT CARD,M=EDIT MENU

INPUT THE NUMBER NEXT TO THE PARAMETER TO CHANGE [N] --CARD SERIES 200

ELEMENT WAM 1 8.000 2 1.000 8 1.500

RETURN=NEXT SCREEN,P=PREVIOUS SCREEN,N=NEXT SERIES,M=EDIT MENU

INPUT ELEMENT NUMBER(S) TO BE ALTERED? [10] --C=CHANGE,D=DELETE,A=ADD [C] --ELEMENT 10 DOES NOT CURRENTLY EXIST HIT RETURN {Wow! An explanation is in order. First note that there are sometimes so many pile elements in the system that they will not fit on the screen. Hence the P to go back to a previous screen, and the RETURN to advance to the next screen of weights. Next, note that I tried to "Change" mass number 10's weight, and he says phooey on you - there is no weight number 10 - they currently only go to 8. Try again! What I must do is ADD a couple of weights to the bottom of the pile.} CARD SERIES 200 ELEMENT WAM 1 8.000 2 1.000 8 1.500

RETURN=NEXT SCREEN,P=PREVIOUS SCREEN,N=NEXT SERIES,M=EDIT MENU

INPUT ELEMENT NUMBER(S) TO BE ALTERED? [10] --C=CHANGE,D=DELETE,A=ADD [A] --FOR ELEMENT NUMBER(S) 10 INPUT WAM? [1.5] --CARD SERIES 200 ELEMENT WAM 1 8.000 2 1.000 8 1.500 10 1.500

RETURN=NEXT SCREEN,P=PREVIOUS SCREEN,N=NEXT SERIES,M=EDIT MENU

INPUT ELEMENT NUMBER(S) TO BE ALTERED? [8] --C=CHANGE,D=DELETE,A=ADD [D] --Not that it mattered, but giving both elements 8 and 10 the same weight seemed redundant, so I deleted weight 8.} CARD SERIES 200 ELEMENT WAM 1 8.000 2 1.000 10 1.500 {Thus we now have weight 1 = the ram = 8 kips, the helmet = weight 2 = 1 kip, and weights 3 through 10 = 1.5 kips each.}

RETURN=NEXT SCREEN,P=PREVIOUS SCREEN,N=NEXT SERIES,M=EDIT MENU

INPUT ELEMENT NUMBER(S) TO BE ALTERED? [N] --CARD SERIES 300

ELEMENT XKAM

RETURN=NEXT SCREEN,P=PREVIOUS SCREEN,N=NEXT SERIES,M=EDIT MENU

INPUT ELEMENT NUMBER(S) TO BE ALTERED? [7] --C=CHANGE,D=DELETE,A=ADD [D] --CARD SERIES 300

ELEMENT XKAM

RETURN=NEXT SCREEN,P=PREVIOUS SCREEN,N=NEXT SERIES,M=EDIT MENU

INPUT ELEMENT NUMBER(S) TO BE ALTERED? [9] --C=CHANGE,D=DELETE,A=ADD [A] --

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CARD SERIES 300

ELEMENT XKAM

RETURN=NEXT SCREEN,P=PREVIOUS SCREEN,N=NEXT SERIES,M=EDIT MENU

INPUT ELEMENT NUMBER(S) TO BE ALTERED? [N] --NO RUM's ENTERED - CHECK NOP VALUES ON CARD #101 {Since I asked for changes to card series 1-4, and since no 400 card series were present, I am warned that I cannot change that data - it must be changed on CARD #101.}

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EDITING FILE A:CASEI. EDITMENU

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) 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)? [M] --So now we are going back to the main menu.} MAIN MENU

1 DISPLAY FILES ON DISK





2 DELETE A FILE FROM DISK

3 RENAME A FILE ON DISK

4 COPY A FILE

5 LOAD A FILE FROM DISK

6 EDIT PRESENT FILE

7 CHECK PRESENT FILE

8 SAVE PRESENT FILE 9 BUILD A NEW FILE

10 MERGE TWO OR MORE DATA FILES

11 PRINT A FILE ON THE LINE PRINTER

12 EXIT TO system

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**** YOUR DATA HAS NOT BEEN CHECKED

USE OPTION 7 ON MAIN MENU TO CHECK YOUR DATA

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

l DISPLAY FILES ON DISK

2 DELETE A FILE FROM DISK

3 RENAME A FILE ON DISK

4 COPY A FILE

5 LOAD A FILE FROM DISK

6 EDIT PRESENT FILE

7 CHECK PRESENT FILE

8 SAVE PRESENT FILE 9 BUILD A NEW FILE

10 MERGE TWO OR MORE DATA FILES

11 PRINT A FILE ON THE LINE PRINTER

12 EXIT TO SYSTEM ENTER YOUR SELECTION [7] --PLEASE WAIT CHECKING FILE A:CASEI.

Check Complete 00000 Error(s)

HIT RETURN TO GO BACK TO MAIN MENU [CR] --M A I N M E N U

l DISPLAY FILES ON DISK

2 DELETE A FILE FROM DISK

3 RENAME A FILE ON DISK

4 COPY A FILE

5 LOAD A FILE FROM DISK

6 EDIT PRESENT FILE

7 CHECK PRESENT FILE

8 SAVE PRESENT FILE 9 BUILD A NEW FILE

10 MERGE TWO OR MORE DATA FILES

11 PRINT A FILE ON THE LINE PRINTER

12 EXIT TO SYSTEM

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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 TO SAVE DATA UNDER (1 to 8 characters) OR HIT RETURN FOR CURRENT FILE AS SHOWN ABOVE [MODCASEI] --

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PLEASE WAIT SAVING FILE A:MODCASEI.

M A I N M E N U

l DISPLAY FILES ON DISK

2 DELETE A FILE FROM DISK

3 RENAME A FILE ON DISK

4 COPY A FILE

5 LOAD A FILE FROM DISK

6 EDIT PRESENT FILE

7 CHECK PRESENT FILE

8 SAVE PRESENT FILE 9 BUILD A NEW FILE

10 MERGE TWO OR MORE DATA FILES

11 PRINT A FILE ON THE LINE PRINTER

12 EXIT TO SYSTEM

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{Note: Now we are going to merge two data sets to run at the same time. However, once they are merged they can no longer be edited or checked, so make sure they are good before you merge them.}

NOTE... ANY FILE WHICH IS CREATED BY MERGING WILL HAVE THE

EXTENSION.MRG AND CANNOT BE LOADED BY THE EDITOR

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Directory of Disk A:

CASEI CHEKWAVE.COM LOADWAVE.COM

WRITWAVE.COM PRNTWAVE.COM UTILWAVE.COM

INSTWAVE.COM TINYWAVE.COM CASEXII

EDITWAVE.COM MERGWAVE.COM CASEIII

READWAVE.COM MODCASEI CASEVII

CASEVIII CASEXIII CASEXIV

CASEXVI CASEXVII BRUN.COM

MAINPARM.DAT EDWAV100.OVR EWMAINMU.OVR EDWAVMNU.OVR EDWAV200.OVR NAME TO SAVE MERGED FILES UNDER (1 to 8 characters)

OR HIT RETURN TO GO BACK TO MAIN MENU [RUNBOTH] --MERGING TO FILE A:RUNBOTH.MRG

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Directory of Disk A:

CASEI CHEKWAVE.COM LOADWAVE.COM

WRITWAVE.COM PRNTWAVE.COM UTILWAVE.COM

INSTWAVE.COM TINYWAVE.COM CASEXII

EDITWAVE.COM MERGWAVE.COM CASEIII

READWAVE.COM MODCASEI RUNBOTH.MRG

CASEVII CASEVIII CASEXIII

CASEXIV CASEXVI CASEXVII

BRUN.COM MAINPARM.DAT EDWAV100.OVR EWMAINMU.OVR EDWAVMNU.OVR EDWAV200.OVR INPUT NAME OF FILE YOU WANT TO MERGE (1 to 8 characters) OR RETURN FOR NONE [CASEI] --LETTER ATTRIBUTE (IF NECESSARY) [CR] --ADDING FILE A:CASEI.

MERGE OF FILE A:CASEI. TO FILE A:RUNBOTH.MRG IS COMPLETE

ADD ANOTHER DATASET TO FILE A:RUNBOTH.MRG? (Y/N) [Y] --MERGING TO FILE A:RUNBOTH.MRG ADD FILE FROM WHICH DRIVE (A or B)

OR RETURN TO GO TO MAIN MENU

Directory of Disk A:

CASEI CHEKWAVE.COM LOADWAVE.COM

WRITWAVE.COM PRNTWAVE.COM UTILWAVE.COM

INSTWAVE.COM TINYWAVE.COM CASEXII

EDITWAVE.COM MERGWAVE.COM CASEIII

READWAVE.COM MODCASEI RUNBOTH.MRG

CASEVII CASEVIII CASEXIII

CASEXIV CASEXVI CASEXVII

BRUN.COM MAINPARM.DAT EDWAV100.OVR EWMAINMU.OVR EDWAVMNU.OVR EDWAV200.OVR INPUT NAME OF FILE TO MERGE (1 to 8 characters) OR RETURN FOR NONE [MODCASEI] --LETTER ATTRIBUTE (IF NECESSARY) [CR] --ADDING FILE A:MODCASEI.

MERGE OF FILE A:MODCASEI. TO FILE A:RUNBOTH.MRG IS COMPLETE

DO YOU WANT TO ADD ANOTHER DATASET TO FILE A:RUNBOTH.MRG? (Y/N)

M A I N M E N U

l DISPLAY FILES ON DISK

2 DELETE A FILE FROM DISK

3 RENAME A FILE ON DISK

4 COPY A FILE

5 LOAD A FILE FROM DISK

6 EDIT PRESENT FILE

7 CHECK PRESENT FILE

8 SAVE PRESENT FILE 9 BUILD A NEW FILE

10 MERGE TWO OR MORE DATA FILES

11 PRINT A FILE ON THE LINE PRINTER

12 EXIT TO SYSTEM

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Directory of Disk A:

CASEI CHEKWAVE.COM LOADWAVE.COM

WRITWAVE.COM PRNTWAVE.COM UTILWAVE.COM

INSTWAVE.COM TINYWAVE.COM CASEXII

EDITWAVE.COM MERGWAVE.COM CASEIII

READWAVE.COM MODCASEI RUNBOTH.MRG

CASEVII CASEVIII CASEXIII

CASEXIV CASEXVI CASEXVII

BRUN.COM MAINPARM.DAT EDWAV100.OVR EWMAINMU.OVR EDWAVMNU.OVR EDWAV200.OVR NAME OF THE FILE TO BE PRINTED (1 to 8 characters) OR RETURN TO GO BACK TO MAIN MENU [CASEI] --LETTER EXTENSION (If necessary) [CR] --READY PRINTER AND HIT RETURN PRINTING FILE A:CASEI.

HIT SPACE BAR TO STOP PRINT

2VULCAN-08 DRIVING 12X12 INCH PRESTRESSED CONC PILE, 60 FT LONG

CASE I USING A 1 INCH OAK CAPBLOCK AND CUSHION

8 3 11.75 144.0 0.50 0.50 1.00 0.0 0.0 -1.0 50.00 2.50 60.1000.1000.2000.0102.003.004.006.008.009.990.000.000.00 1 8.000 2 1.000 8 1.500 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0.000 0 0.000

PRINT OF FILE A:CASEI. IS COMPLETE

HIT RETURN M A I N M E N U

l DISPLAY FILES ON DISK

2 DELETE A FILE FROM DISK

3 RENAME A FILE ON DISK

4 COPY A FILE

5 LOAD A FILE FROM DISK

6 EDIT PRESENT FILE

7 CHECK PRESENT FILE

8 SAVE PRESENT FILE 9 BUILD A NEW FILE

10 MERGE TWO OR MORE DATA FILES

11 PRINT A FILE ON THE LINE PRINTER

12 EXIT TO SYSTEM

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End Run - Editwave/Readwave Ver 9.12 23-May-93 Copyright (c) 1993 Pile Dynamics, Inc.

To run the data using MICROWAVE A [MW87] --WAVE EQUATION ANALYSIS OF PILES COPYRIGHT(C) 1993 PROGRAM SERIAL #Freeware

ENTER YOUR DATA FILE NAME DRIVE:FILENAME.EXT [CASEI] --YOU HAVE CHOSEN FILE: CASEI



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