fired strength

fired strength

Of a refractory concrete, the compressive or flexural strength determined after the first firing to a specified temperature for a specified period of time and subsequent cooling.
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And I did not know the fired strength of the clay at the bottom of a 21 foot wall.
As a result, these shells do not require high fired strength because they are supported during the casting process.
Figure 2 shows the comparison between fired strength and creep of two zircon shells with identical silica levels.