Soil-structure interaction calculations constitute a basis for design decision making on a structure of any building even an ordinary housing. The importance of soil-structure interaction calculations largely increases when unique structures are designed for which construction there is no experience in geotechnical conditions of a given area. Special interest is placed on calculations of a high-rise building on soft subsoil where there is a necessity to estimate soil strains caused by application of unusually high loads.
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