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Liquefaction during earthquakes can result in severe damage to structures, primarily from excess pore water pressure generation and subsoil softening. Deep Soil Mixing (DSM) is a common method of soil improvement and is also used to reduce shear stress in lique able soils to control liquefaction. The current study evaluated the e ect of DSM columns and the implementation of di erent column patterns on controlling liquefaction and decreasing settlement of shallow foundations. A series of shakingdoi:10.24200/sci.2019.21647 fatcat:u7tlgbisijcejo5q6nx6f54pxe