In modern construction, Structural Engineering is used for residential and public buildings (including high-rise buildings), industrial buildings, especially such metallurgical plants as rolling mills and mills using blast furnaces and open-hearth furnaces, storage tanks and gas tanks, communication structures (radio and television towers and antennas), and power-engineering structures (hydroelectric, thermal, and nuclear power plants, transmission lines).
Foundation engineering is the specific branch of engineering that deals with the design and construction of building foundations, as well as foundations for other structures. It requires knowledge of geology, structural engineering and the mechanics of soil and rock.
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