The effects of the fiber contents on the mechanic properties of the adobes
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In this study, compression and tensile tests were conducted for five different adobe mixtures. The important part of this study consisted of uniaxial compressive tests done with natural fiber mixtures. Thus, the results obtained from mechanical tests were presented in the form of stress–strain graphs. In addition, mechanical properties were related to the water content for workability, unit weight and fiber contents and discussions were given. The results show that as fiber content increases, compressive and tensile strengths decrease, and shrinkage rates decrease.