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Retaining walls are are used to hold soil in place. They are frequently used to hold together soil between two different elevations. A seawall or bulkhead is a retaining wall that retains soil on the backside and water on the frontside.
A Foundation is set to avoid overloading the underlying soil by distributing the structure’s weight over a vast region (possibly causing unequal settlement).
- To protect the building from natural disasters such as earthquakes, floods, droughts, frost heaves, tornadoes, and wind.
- To create a flat construction surface.
- To deeply embed the structure in the ground, strengthening its stability and reducing overloading.
- To keep the supported structure from swaying to the side.
A concrete slab is a flat, horizontal surface constructed of cast concrete that is used as a structural element in modern constructions. Floors and ceilings are normally constructed with steel-reinforced slabs that are between 100 and 500 mm thick, whereas outside pavement may be done with thinner mud slabs