Definition of Fireclays
1. fireclay [n] - See also: fireclay
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Literary usage of Fireclays
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Journal by Iron and Steel Institute, Chartered Insurance Institute (1897)
"... fireclays.—The following are analyses of German clays id in the manufacture of firebricks shown at the Berlin Exhibition 1896:*— Fireclay from Moravia. ..."
2. Liquid Steel: Its Manufacture and Cost by David Carnegie, Sidney C. Gladwyn (1913)
"Silicious materials, as used in steel manufacture, are supplied as fireclays; ganister (a name originally given to a highly silicious sandstone found near ..."
3. Metallurgical Analysis and Assaying: A Three Years' Course for Students of by William A. Macleod, Charles Walker (1903)
"... TECHNICAL ANALYSIS OF fireclays AND CEMENTS. IN considering the value of a cement or fireclay, it must be remembered that the mere chemical composition ..."
4. The Mining Engineer (1896)
"AWG EXPERIMENTS FOR DETERMINING THE REFRACTORINESS OF fireclays. By HO HOPMAN and CD DEMOND. Transaction* of the American Institute of Mining Engineers, ..."