combined footing

combined footing

[kəm′bīnd ′fu̇d·iŋ]
(civil engineering)
A footing, either rectangular or trapezoidal, that supports two columns.

combined footing

A footing which supports more than one column load.
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Reyna said the concrete buildings stood on a marshland, which could be the reason the architect-engineer who designed them used the combined footing foundation.
The eccentrically loaded footing can be designed by providing unequal offsets of the footing on either side of the column face so as to match the centre of gravity of footing area with centre of gravity of column loads, combined footings are provided when it is not possible to extend the footing beyond a certain limits.
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