Soil – structure interaction is one of the most important issues in seismic designs. It is assumed that the soil under the foundation is solid and separation doesn’t occur between foundation and earth. While the soil has limited hardness and foundation is on the earth on the basis of gravity. If the collapsed anchor exceeds the resistant anchor resulted from gravity loads, the foundation would lift. The issues such as earth softness and the foundation lifting are some of the causes which affect significantly the analysis and designing the different structures. The current study investigates the soil – structure interaction effects on the nuclear structures dual frame nonlinear responses. Here, we examine the soil – structure interaction and clamped state with different records, considering the structure history analysis. The results show that soil – structure interaction influences the structure analysis and reduces the structure costs, considerably.
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Published by: National Cave Research and Protection Organization, India
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