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Research on the properties of soil wall, buffalo dung Ban Nong No Tai, Na Dun Subdistrict, Na Dun District, Amnat Sarakham Province Aims to Study the properties of soil wall, buffalo droppings And related components And then bring the results to be integrated with the 3rd year students in Creative Arts Faculty of Architecture City plan and creative arts Mahasarakrm university The researcher has set up research tools that include Interview Record Form Prototype material evaluation form And satisfaction assessment form From the study found The wall of buffalo droppings is not tough enough to be molded by the material itself. But the buffalo ground soil has the appropriate properties for forming the form of fillers There are other materials as internal structures, such as bamboo or real wood which serves as the load-bearing structure of the material.
According to studies, it has been found that The material can be well molded to the structural material. Contains ingredients consisting of 1 part of water, 1 anthill soil, 1 part of buffalo dung or cow dung, and the direction of compression affects the molding from the experiment. The study found that The compression must be compressed in parallel with the structural material. As for forming without structure, it takes a long time. Have to wait for the first floor to remain in shape so that it will be able to go to the next floor And must mix the soil, buffaloes to be darker Use less water to be able to mold, not suitable for use as wall material The buffalo manure soil tested will dry after 24 hours since the start of the compression. And buffalo droppings have an average shrinkage of 3-5%. The shrinkage depends on the use of the material. If using buffalo dung soil in a small area or used as a hole filling material, the soil used will not shrink. But if the soil is used as a covering material or plastered off the wall Or directly forming the soil, the soil will shrink.
Integration activities found that There were 2 students participating in the project, 3 women and 3 women before joining the activity. Participants had knowledge about the buffalo dung soil at the level of 2 people, accounting for 40%. Very few 3 people accounted for 60% of participants. Used to experience or use the buffalo dung soil at a moderate level, 2 people accounted for 40%, very few 3 people accounted for 60% after participating in the activity Participants had knowledge and understanding after participating in the activity at the highest level, 4 people, accounting for 80%, very 1 person, equivalent to 20%. Participants were able to apply the knowledge to be integrated into the level. The most 5 people, representing 100% and the participants think that this material can lead to further development at the highest level, 5 people, representing 100%.