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Sep 30, 2019 As suggests particle size distribution range for brick and tile clays are illustrated in Fig. 3a). For brick manufacturing, sand-size particles ( 20 μm) should be minimum 60%, silt-size particles (2–20 μm) should be maximum 40% and clay-size particles ( 2μm) should not 35%. Download : Download high-res image (441KB)

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