Types of Foundation at Home Building
Various types of foundations are available and each one is unique on the ground on which it is built. Take a look at some of the basics and how they are built.
Conventional ribbon or orthodox
This is the oldest and most common foundation form. The construction method, the ditch exploration, the concrete is placed on the bottom and the wall is built on it. The width is determined by the relationship between the loads imposed and the load capacity of the soil; and the practical need for operation in the ditch
Wide Strip Foundations
This primer is applicable when the soil is low. For example: swampy soil, soft clay mud and split ground
Basics of web webbing:
o Traditional tape version
o Spreads load on the larger soil
o Normally, transverse and longitudinal reinforcement must be provided to withstand the stress caused by building load
o The underground depth may be the same as conventional or orthodox tape foundation
Inverted "T" Radius
This is one of the best; you do not have to worry about the ground.
o This is an alternative to broad striped primer
o This is a wide tape-based form with an upward beam
o Carries both transverse and longitudinal reinforcements
o This kind of foundation in extensive clay soils
Deep Strip or Filling Foundation
o Traditional Tape Version
o Firstly, it was introduced to construct conventional tape at shrinking ground with a depth of nine hundred millimeters or more and to reduce its cost to changing soil conditions. Why?
o When excavating with a machine, the amount of land exploded
o The ditch is falling
o Charging and excess soil also decrease
o It also saves time by making it faster
o Confirmation if required
The foundation must be horizontal unless you have to resist the oblique angle from the walls or some curved shapes. Placing the tape on a sloping spot at the same level is a deeper trick to the higher ones as it will be well below the ground level, which requires excessive masonry.
Excessive construction of soil may be reduced:
i. Just cut it
II. Just fill it out
III. Cut and fill in to ensure a horizontal plane to parallel up or down the slope parallel to the slope.
Isolated Pillar Funds (also known as Pad Foundations)
Separated column foundations are an independent rectangular or rectangular concrete sheet with a pier or column centered. This is generally intended to support framed structures on unified, stable and stable ground.
Continuous Column Foundation
The continuous column is based on a concrete strip carrying a colonnade. Such a foundation can be used because where:
1. The distribution in one direction and the loading of the columns are such that the edges of the adjacent individual pillows come in contact or overlap.
2. Distribution of bases perpendicularly to the line of the columns, for example by the site delimiting the building, and thus preventing the proper size of independent pads.
Combined Pillar Funds
Combines the bases of adjacent columns when:  1. A column is close to the boundaries of the page to fill a separate base excentrically
2. If the bases of the adjacent columns are resistant to ascension, tilt or opposing forces
Since the column next to the adjacent column can not be uniformly distributed around the column, then it is combined with a base of a neighboring column as a combined or balanced base