reinforced brickwork

reinforced brickwork

[¦rē·ən′fȯrst ′brik‚wərk]
(civil engineering)
Brickwork strengthened by expanded metal, steel-wire mesh, hoop iron, or thin rods embedded in the bed joints.

reinforced brickwork

Any joints in brick-work that are given extra strength, usually by metal bars, mesh, rods, or wires across the joints.
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For reinforced brickwork, steel reinforced are encased between two layers of units and bounded compositely using ground and for reinforced block work, the steel reinforced mainly laid inside the cores then filled with grout.