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Table 1 Mechanical properties of the masonry materials used for building the specimens

From: In-plane behaviour of clay brick masonry wallettes retrofitted with single-sided fabric-reinforced cementitious matrix and deep mounted carbon fibre strips

 \(\rho\) (kg/m3)\(E\) (N/mm2)\(f_{t}\)
(N/mm2)
\(f_{st}\)
(N/mm2)
\(f_{c}\)
(N/mm2)
\(f_{v,0}\) (N/mm2)\(\mu_{ma}\) (–)\(f_{v,0,res}\) (N/mm2)\(\mu_{ma,res}\) (–)
Clay brick1738(a)5.89(1)(b)(I)3.34(c)(II)31.7(d)(III)
Building mortar1745(e)3.6(1)(f)(I)10.6(g)(IV)
Masonry3100(h)(V)14.8(i)(V)0.38(2)(VI)0.75(2)(VI)0.02(3)(VI)0.81(3)(VI)
  1. (1) Flexural; (2) Obtained from a linear regression with R2 = 0.77; (3) Obtained from a linear regression with R2 = 0.96
  2. (a) n = 12; COV = 3.6%; (b) n = 9; COV = 7.4%; (c) n = 12; COV = 8.7%; (d) n = 12; COV = 7.4%; (e) n = 8; COV = 1.9%; (f) n = 8; COV = 16.5%; (g) n = 16; COV = 20.7%; (h) n = 3; COV = 6.1%; (i) n = 3; COV = 2.5%
  3. (I) ASTM C67-03 (2003); (II) ASTM C1006-07 (2007); (III) EN 772-1 (2015); (IV) EN 1015-11 (2007a); (V) EN 1052-1 (1998); (VI) EN 1052-3 (2007b)