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briquet

[bri′ket]
(materials)
A block of some compressed substance, such as coal dust, metal powder, or sawdust, used as a fuel. Also spelled briquette.

briquette, briquet

A molded specimen of mortar with enlarged extremities and reduced center having a cross section of definite area, used for the measurement of tensile strength of mortar.briquette, briquet. A molded specimen of mortar with enlarged extremities and reduced center having a cross section of definite area, used for the measurement of tensile strength of mortar.
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Briquet concludes that 84% of papers were used within 10 years of the date of manufacture, and 37% were used within two years.
9) Compare this with Briquet 2467, variants dating from 1446 to 1477.
This design allows the rolls to remain more nearly parallel as compaction forces spread them apart, resulting in more uniform briquet volume.
In general, in order to form whole briquets, the shear strength of the material under compr7ession must be greater that the shear induced by the briquetter, otherwise the briquet tends to fracture in the process of forming.
the briquet itself was created in the 1920s by the trio of Henry Ford, E.
Kingsford has manufactured briquets at its Marcola Road site since 1966, producing as much as 150,000 tons of the inky squares a year.
Des quantites de produits alimentaires, des effets personnels, des ustensiles de cuisine, des briquets et des bouteilles en plastique utilisees pour la fabrication de mines terrestres ont ete aussi saisis.
Agricultural products company American Vanguard Corporation (NYSE:AVD) said on Thursday that it has licensed the rights to Bti Briquets for the global professional mosquito larvicide market for undisclosed terms and conditions.
He squirted a bunch on the briquets, but couldn't get them to catch fire, so he squirted on some more.
Two years ago, Pierce became the first junior college to enter the EPA sustainability challenge with compressed briquets made of manure and green waste.
Charcoal briquets take 25-30 minutes from lighting until they are ready to cook, but most backyard grillers don't wait that long.
of San Rafael, California, has introduced an environmental barbecue collection: a free-standing grill, utensils and "Barbecube" briquets made from 100 percent California orchard prunings - non-wasteful, non-poluting and ashes can be used as fertilizer.