*BPILE:*

This is a test of a single pile.

*DEQ:*

This test calculates pipe stresses during the davit lift of a submerged pipeline. No environment is input, and the pipe stresses are the result of equilibrium.

*DRISER:*

This test performs an analysis on a drilling riser, complete with internal temperature and contents, in both the frequency and time domain.

*DYNMLI:*

This tests a barge with a rod element used as a mooring line in the time domain.

*FRQDAV:*

This is test is similar to DEQ, except here, pipe stresses due to an environment are computed in the frequency domain.

*FRQMLI:*

This tests a barge with a rod element used as a mooring line in the frequency domain.

*FRQSTI:*

This test computes stress in a pipe resulting from a pipe lay operation from a series of rollers off the stern of a barge. Pipe stresses are computed including environmental effects, in the frequency domain.

*HANG:*

This test computes the internal forces in a hanging rod.

*HRISER:*

This test computes the shape of a rod which is buoyant along a portion of the length.

*J_LAYING:*

This test simulates j_laying of a pipe from a barge.

*HM1:*

This is another one pile test, but the soil conditions are different than those for BPILE.

*LPILE:*

This is a sample of a laterally loaded pile, and it demonstrates how to define fixed nodes, soil, and loads applied to nodes.

*PILDSN:*

This test checks the pile design options of the program for a pile embedded in soil.

*QPILE:*

This is a more realistic test of pile/soil interaction. Here, we have a simple six pile jacket being laterally loaded. The solution here is linear in that the pile stiffness at zero deflection is used instead of iterating the correct stiffness.

*SPILE:*

This is another simple pile example.

*TMOM:*

This is tests using a moment at the top of a rod.

*TMOM_PIPE:*

This is tests using a moment at the top of a pipe.