aim at

cornetto

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Italy
Hi,


I would like to hear your comments regarding the use of aim at in this sentence.


In the case of A, the engineer is concerned about the stability of the geotechnical structure. On the other hand, if B is expected to occur, the design aims at preventing the accumulation of undesirable deformations.


Is the sentence well written?

Ps. Is it "In the case of", or "in case of"?

Thank you.
 
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