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.
It burnishes well and has sufficient fired strength. No entity has blocked access to this clay and its Mata Ortiz aficionados have no reluctance to spend the time to drive there for a nickuo load.
Figure 2 shows the comparison between fired strength and creep of two zircon shells with identical silica levels.