fired brick

fired brick

A brick that has been treated in a kiln at a high temperature (i.e., burnt), in contrast to one that has been air-dried.
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Abdullah's tomb's exteriors are plain fired brick with ogee portal arches and the interiors are richly decorated with tiling - probably the best surviving tilework from medieval Herat.
You will also find local honey, focaccia and breads baked fresh in a wood fired brick oven, vegan and non-vegan baked treats (with freshly brewed organic coffee), rare medicinal and landscaping plants, eggs and a variety of goat cheeses.
You will also find local honey, focacia and breads baked fresh in a wood fired brick oven, vegan and non-vegan baked treats (with freshly brewed organic coffee), rare medicinal and landscaping plants, eggs and a variety of goat cheeses.
You will also find local honey, focaccia and breads baked fresh in a wood fired brick oven, vegan and non-vegan baked treats, (with freshly brewed organic coffee) rare medicinal and landscaping plants, fresh eggs, and a variety of goat cheeses
You will also find local honey, focaccia and breads baked fresh in a wood fired brick oven, vegan and non-vegan baked treats, (with freshly brewed organic coffee), rare medicinal and landscaping plants, fresh eggs, and a variety of goat cheeses
The newest part of the settlement, built with concrete frames and fired brick infill -- the true contemporary vernacular -- seems much more successful and durable.
In both cities, the traditional centre had a dense fabric of mud or fired brick, cut through by streets largely lined with courtyard buildings.
The wall itself, some two meters wide, at least three meters high, and over 195 km long, was built of fired bricks. It was connected to a second, shorter wall--the 11 km long Tammisheh Wall--at its western end.
The Ancient Greeks and Romans used fired bricks which can be seen in the many structures they left behind.
The topics include the fatigue response of the hybrid joints obtained by hot spot welding and bonding techniques, the mathematical modeling of cracked pre-stressed elastic composite subjected to sliding force, calculating maximum tensile shear forces in restorative materials using finite element methods, a virtual geometric model of the human lower limb, and experimental case studies of compressive strength in clay fired bricks. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
Architectural facility paved with fired bricks dating back to the Middle Assyrian period in addition to pieces of fired bricks bearing names of local kings written with cuneiform were also uncovered.
Re-plastering a layered wall in one continuous coat, or cutting it back and inserting an outer face of fired bricks, can never benefit a historic structure.