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  • Chapter 3 Ancient Clay Bricks: Manufacture and Properties

    2017-10-30u2002·u2002Old clay bricks exhibit high porosity values, ranging between 15 and 40 vol.% (Esbert et al. 1997 ). The porosity of bricks from the Byzantine period was reported to be between 15 and 35 vol.%, while 70–80% of the pores had a diameter size of 70–250 μ m, independently of the type and origin of the clay (Papayianni and Stefanidou 2000 ).

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  • Egyptian Cretaceous clay deposits: Insights on Mineralogy ...

    2020-6-27u2002·u2002Development of products which can be produced from a country's natural resources is very important as far as the industrialization of a nation and saving foreign exchange is concerned. The recent vast expansion of the ceramic industry in Egypt results in an excessively high consumption rate of Aswan clays, so the current study aims to explore other potential materials …

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  • Firebricks – heavy dense fire clay bricks

    2021-10-29u2002·u2002Nowadays they are called heavy and dense Firebricks but old masters still call them fire clay bricks just because they are made of simple fireclay (which actually is the most ordinary mud.)Fire clay can be easily located out in the nature but it must containing the right refractory properties, suitable content ratio of silica and alumina. Some shops call these bricks fireplace …

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  • Production of sustainable clay bricks using waste fly ash ...

    The results showed that the increase in FA-GC content decreased the porosity and water absorption; and increased the firing shrinkage, bulk density, and strength of the fire clay bricks. The fire clay brick with a required compressive strength of over 17.2 MPa per ASTM C62-13a could be obtained with 4% FA-GC and a low firing temperature of 950 °C.

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  • Clay Brick - an overview

    N. Phonphuak, P. Chindaprasirt, in Eco-Efficient Masonry Bricks and Blocks, 2015 Abstract. Clay brick is one of the oldest building materials and has been used since the early civilizations. It is a kind of crystalline ceramic and is among the most common construction materials found all over the world. To develop clay brick as a sustainable building material, the utilization of agricultural ...

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  • Porosity and Bulk Density of Sedimentary Rocks

    2012-7-25u2002·u2002(1930) determined the total porosity and bulk density of subsurface samples of shale with particular reference to the relation of compacxad tion to the thickness of overburden. Stearns (1927) determined the bulk density and total porosity of many samples of water-bearing rock. Fancher, Lewis, and Barnes (1933) gave extensive references

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  • Valorization of biodiesel production residues in making ...

    2012-11-1u2002·u2002Highlights The incorporation of biodiesel wastes increased the total porosity of the mixture bricks. All of the clay-waste bricks had lower thermal conductivity than clay. This characteristic would improve the energy efficiency of buildings. All waste bricks met the UNE standards and can thus be used as green construction materials. The use of waste can …

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  • The many types of bricks - The American Ceramic Society

    2019-5-3u2002·u2002Clay is still one of the main brick materials, but other common materials are sand and lime, concrete, and fly ash. Calcium silicate bricks, popularly known as sand lime bricks, contain high amounts of sand—about 88–92 percent. The remaining 8–12 percent is mainly lime. Unlike traditional clay bricks, which are fired in kilns, sand lime ...

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  • Porosity and Pore Size Distribution - USGS

    2006-10-6u2002·u2002Porosity Porosity φ is the fraction of the total soil volume that is taken up by the pore space. Thus it is a single-value quantification of the amount of space available to fluid within a specific body of soil. Being simply a fraction of total volume, φ can range between 0 and 1, typically falling between 0.3 and 0.7 for soils.

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  • Chapter 3 Ancient Clay Bricks: Manufacture and Properties

    2017-10-30u2002·u2002Old clay bricks exhibit high porosity values, ranging between 15 and 40 vol.% (Esbert et al. 1997 ). The porosity of bricks from the Byzantine period was reported to be between 15 and 35 vol.%, while 70–80% of the pores had a diameter size of 70–250 μ m, independently of the type and origin of the clay (Papayianni and Stefanidou 2000 ).

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  • Egyptian Cretaceous clay deposits: Insights on Mineralogy ...

    2020-6-27u2002·u2002Development of products which can be produced from a country's natural resources is very important as far as the industrialization of a nation and saving foreign exchange is concerned. The recent vast expansion of the ceramic industry in Egypt results in an excessively high consumption rate of Aswan clays, so the current study aims to explore other potential materials …

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  • Firebricks – heavy dense fire clay bricks

    2021-10-29u2002·u2002Nowadays they are called heavy and dense Firebricks but old masters still call them fire clay bricks just because they are made of simple fireclay (which actually is the most ordinary mud.)Fire clay can be easily located out in the nature but it must containing the right refractory properties, suitable content ratio of silica and alumina. Some shops call these bricks fireplace …

    Get Price
  • Production of sustainable clay bricks using waste fly ash ...

    The results showed that the increase in FA-GC content decreased the porosity and water absorption; and increased the firing shrinkage, bulk density, and strength of the fire clay bricks. The fire clay brick with a required compressive strength of over 17.2 MPa per ASTM C62-13a could be obtained with 4% FA-GC and a low firing temperature of 950 °C.

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  • Clay Brick - an overview

    N. Phonphuak, P. Chindaprasirt, in Eco-Efficient Masonry Bricks and Blocks, 2015 Abstract. Clay brick is one of the oldest building materials and has been used since the early civilizations. It is a kind of crystalline ceramic and is among the most common construction materials found all over the world. To develop clay brick as a sustainable building material, the utilization of agricultural ...

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  • Porosity and Bulk Density of Sedimentary Rocks

    2012-7-25u2002·u2002(1930) determined the total porosity and bulk density of subsurface samples of shale with particular reference to the relation of compacxad tion to the thickness of overburden. Stearns (1927) determined the bulk density and total porosity of many samples of water-bearing rock. Fancher, Lewis, and Barnes (1933) gave extensive references

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  • Valorization of biodiesel production residues in making ...

    2012-11-1u2002·u2002Highlights The incorporation of biodiesel wastes increased the total porosity of the mixture bricks. All of the clay-waste bricks had lower thermal conductivity than clay. This characteristic would improve the energy efficiency of buildings. All waste bricks met the UNE standards and can thus be used as green construction materials. The use of waste can …

    Get Price
  • The many types of bricks - The American Ceramic Society

    2019-5-3u2002·u2002Clay is still one of the main brick materials, but other common materials are sand and lime, concrete, and fly ash. Calcium silicate bricks, popularly known as sand lime bricks, contain high amounts of sand—about 88–92 percent. The remaining 8–12 percent is mainly lime. Unlike traditional clay bricks, which are fired in kilns, sand lime ...

    Get Price
  • Porosity and Pore Size Distribution - USGS

    2006-10-6u2002·u2002Porosity Porosity φ is the fraction of the total soil volume that is taken up by the pore space. Thus it is a single-value quantification of the amount of space available to fluid within a specific body of soil. Being simply a fraction of total volume, φ can range between 0 and 1, typically falling between 0.3 and 0.7 for soils.

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  • Utilization of crushed clay brick in concrete industry ...

    2014-3-1u2002·u2002Clay brick powder was used as cement replacement and cement addition. The percentages used were 0%, 5%, 10%, 15%, 20% and 25% by weight of cement. On the other hand, concrete trial mixtures confirmed that the high water absorption rate of crushed clay brick adversely affected the workability of fresh concrete.

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  • Chapter 3 Ancient Clay Bricks: Manufacture and Properties

    2017-10-30u2002·u2002Old clay bricks exhibit high porosity values, ranging between 15 and 40 vol.% (Esbert et al. 1997 ). The porosity of bricks from the Byzantine period was reported to be between 15 and 35 vol.%, while 70–80% of the pores had a diameter size of 70–250 μ m, independently of the type and origin of the clay (Papayianni and Stefanidou 2000 ).

    Get Price
  • Egyptian Cretaceous clay deposits: Insights on Mineralogy ...

    2020-6-27u2002·u2002Development of products which can be produced from a country's natural resources is very important as far as the industrialization of a nation and saving foreign exchange is concerned. The recent vast expansion of the ceramic industry in Egypt results in an excessively high consumption rate of Aswan clays, so the current study aims to explore other potential materials for application in the ...

    Get Price
  • Firebricks – heavy dense fire clay bricks

    2021-10-29u2002·u2002Nowadays they are called heavy and dense Firebricks but old masters still call them fire clay bricks just because they are made of simple fireclay (which actually is the most ordinary mud.)Fire clay can be easily located out in the nature but it must containing the right refractory properties, suitable content ratio of silica and alumina. Some shops call these bricks fireplace bricks.

    Get Price
  • Production of sustainable clay bricks using waste fly ash ...

    The results showed that the increase in FA-GC content decreased the porosity and water absorption; and increased the firing shrinkage, bulk density, and strength of the fire clay bricks. The fire clay brick with a required compressive strength of over 17.2 MPa per ASTM C62-13a could be obtained with 4% FA-GC and a low firing temperature of 950 °C.

    Get Price
  • Clay Brick - an overview

    N. Phonphuak, P. Chindaprasirt, in Eco-Efficient Masonry Bricks and Blocks, 2015 Abstract. Clay brick is one of the oldest building materials and has been used since the early civilizations. It is a kind of crystalline ceramic and is among the most common construction materials found all over the world. To develop clay brick as a sustainable building material, the utilization of agricultural ...

    Get Price
  • Porosity and Bulk Density of Sedimentary Rocks

    2012-7-25u2002·u2002(1930) determined the total porosity and bulk density of subsurface samples of shale with particular reference to the relation of compacxad tion to the thickness of overburden. Stearns (1927) determined the bulk density and total porosity of many samples of water-bearing rock. Fancher, Lewis, and Barnes (1933) gave extensive references

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  • Valorization of biodiesel production residues in making ...

    2012-11-1u2002·u2002Highlights The incorporation of biodiesel wastes increased the total porosity of the mixture bricks. All of the clay-waste bricks had lower thermal conductivity than clay. This characteristic would improve the energy efficiency of buildings. All waste bricks met the UNE standards and can thus be used as green construction materials. The use of waste can contribute to the heat requirements ...

    Get Price
  • The many types of bricks - The American Ceramic Society

    2019-5-3u2002·u2002Clay is still one of the main brick materials, but other common materials are sand and lime, concrete, and fly ash. Calcium silicate bricks, popularly known as sand lime bricks, contain high amounts of sand—about 88–92 percent. The remaining 8–12 percent is mainly lime. Unlike traditional clay bricks, which are fired in kilns, sand lime ...

    Get Price
  • Porosity and Pore Size Distribution - USGS

    2006-10-6u2002·u2002Porosity Porosity φ is the fraction of the total soil volume that is taken up by the pore space. Thus it is a single-value quantification of the amount of space available to fluid within a specific body of soil. Being simply a fraction of total volume, φ can range …

    Get Price
  • Utilization of crushed clay brick in concrete industry ...

    2014-3-1u2002·u2002Clay brick powder was used as cement replacement and cement addition. The percentages used were 0%, 5%, 10%, 15%, 20% and 25% by weight of cement. On the other hand, concrete trial mixtures confirmed that the high water absorption rate of crushed clay brick adversely affected the workability of fresh concrete.

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  • Osama El Hariri

    The reuse of construction and demolition wastes, especially crushed clay bricks (CCB), represents a major contribution to the environment. Due to the nature of clay bricks, it can be considered as source of fine and coarse aggregate to produce structural lightweight concrete (LWC).

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  • Oil shale resources in Egypt: the present status and ...

    2017-10-11u2002·u2002In Egypt, organic-rich sediments in the Duwi and Dakhla Formations of the Campanian-Danian age are customarily assigned as 'oil shale' that occupies the middle latitudes of the country but may extend southward to Kurkur Oases. This oil shale belt has a vast worldwide extension, and it is considered as major oil- and gas-prone source rock in many places, especially in the Middle …

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  • Sustainability problems of the Giza pyramids

    2020-1-30u2002·u2002The Pyramids complex in Giza consists of three main pyramids in addition to the famous Sphinx and small queen's pyramids. Recently, the pyramids of Cheops (Khufu), Chephren (Khafre) and Mykerinos (Menkaure) on the Giza plateau have been threatened by a rising groundwater table resulting from water leakage from the suburbs irrigation canals, and mass …

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  • Buy Cheap Refractory Materials For Sale From RS Manufacturer

    Hot Sale Refractory Materials. Hot-sale common refractory materials include silica refractory bricks, semi-silica brick, fire clay bricks, high alumina bricks, magnesia bricks and so on.; Hot-sale special refractory materials include AZS brick, corundum brick, direct-bonded magnesia chrome bricks, silicon carbide brick, silicon nitride bonded silicon carbide brick, and non oxide refractories ...

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  • Compressive behaviour of fired-clay brick and lime mortar ...

    2020-5-26u2002·u2002As historic buildings were most commonly made of handmade low-fired clay bricks, this type of manufacturing process resulted in highly porous bricks in which water can infiltrate easily . It is widely accepted that, heritage fired-clay bricks are generally characterised by variable open porosity of up to 45–50% [ 21 ].

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  • green star - BAL Adhesives

    2019-10-11u2002·u2002Clay Brickwork/dense concrete/blockwork walling Allow new block mortar to dry for minimum 6 weeks before rendering /plastering. If direct fixing tiles, wall must be smooth-faced and providing the surface is sufficiently flat (SR1). NOTE: Direct fixing of tiles to lightweight blockwork is NOT recommended. Cement:sand renders

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  • Manufacturing of Brick

    2018-4-5u2002·u2002• Brick is made of clay or shale formed, dried and fired into manufacturing process. These variations are addressed by a durable ceramic product. ASTM standards. • There are three ways to form the shape and size of a • The method used to form a brick has a major impact on brick: extruded (stiff mud), molded (soft mud) and dry- its texture.

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  • (PDF) Industrial application of clays and clay minerals

    2021-11-19u2002·u2002inertness and low or null toxicity for the patient, clay an d clay minerals are extensively used in the formulation of v arious pharm aceutical and cosmetic products [96] . The therapeutic

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  • 3. Rainfall-runoff analysis

    2021-2-17u2002·u20023.1 Introduction. As defined in Chapter 1, water harvesting is the collection of runoff for productive use. Runoff is generated by rainstorms and its occurrence and quantity are dependent on the characteristics of the rainfall event, i.e. intensity, duration and distribution.

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  • (PDF) Health and Medicine in Ancient Egypt: Magic and Science

    Health and Medicine in ancient Egypt: magic and science. 23. The deceased body rested in natron for d ifferent p eriods, according to th e financial possibilities of his/her fa mily; the ...

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  • Chapter 3 Ancient Clay Bricks: Manufacture and Properties

    2017-10-30u2002·u2002Old clay bricks exhibit high porosity values, ranging between 15 and 40 vol.% (Esbert et al. 1997 ). The porosity of bricks from the Byzantine period was reported to be between 15 and 35 vol.%, while 70–80% of the pores had a diameter size of 70–250 μ m, independently of the type and origin of the clay (Papayianni and Stefanidou 2000 ).

    Get Price
  • Egyptian Cretaceous clay deposits: Insights on Mineralogy ...

    2020-6-27u2002·u2002Development of products which can be produced from a country's natural resources is very important as far as the industrialization of a nation and saving foreign exchange is concerned. The recent vast expansion of the ceramic industry in Egypt results in an excessively high consumption rate of Aswan clays, so the current study aims to explore other potential materials for application in the ...

    Get Price
  • Firebricks – heavy dense fire clay bricks

    2021-10-29u2002·u2002Nowadays they are called heavy and dense Firebricks but old masters still call them fire clay bricks just because they are made of simple fireclay (which actually is the most ordinary mud.)Fire clay can be easily located out in the nature but it must containing the right refractory properties, suitable content ratio of silica and alumina. Some shops call these bricks fireplace bricks.

    Get Price
  • Production of sustainable clay bricks using waste fly ash ...

    The results showed that the increase in FA-GC content decreased the porosity and water absorption; and increased the firing shrinkage, bulk density, and strength of the fire clay bricks. The fire clay brick with a required compressive strength of over 17.2 MPa per ASTM C62-13a could be obtained with 4% FA-GC and a low firing temperature of 950 °C.

    Get Price
  • Clay Brick - an overview

    N. Phonphuak, P. Chindaprasirt, in Eco-Efficient Masonry Bricks and Blocks, 2015 Abstract. Clay brick is one of the oldest building materials and has been used since the early civilizations. It is a kind of crystalline ceramic and is among the most common construction materials found all over the world. To develop clay brick as a sustainable building material, the utilization of agricultural ...

    Get Price
  • Porosity and Bulk Density of Sedimentary Rocks

    2012-7-25u2002·u2002(1930) determined the total porosity and bulk density of subsurface samples of shale with particular reference to the relation of compacxad tion to the thickness of overburden. Stearns (1927) determined the bulk density and total porosity of many samples of water-bearing rock. Fancher, Lewis, and Barnes (1933) gave extensive references

    Get Price
  • Valorization of biodiesel production residues in making ...

    2012-11-1u2002·u2002Highlights The incorporation of biodiesel wastes increased the total porosity of the mixture bricks. All of the clay-waste bricks had lower thermal conductivity than clay. This characteristic would improve the energy efficiency of buildings. All waste bricks met the UNE standards and can thus be used as green construction materials. The use of waste can contribute to the heat requirements ...

    Get Price
  • The many types of bricks - The American Ceramic Society

    2019-5-3u2002·u2002Clay is still one of the main brick materials, but other common materials are sand and lime, concrete, and fly ash. Calcium silicate bricks, popularly known as sand lime bricks, contain high amounts of sand—about 88–92 percent. The remaining 8–12 percent is mainly lime. Unlike traditional clay bricks, which are fired in kilns, sand lime ...

    Get Price
  • Porosity and Pore Size Distribution - USGS

    2006-10-6u2002·u2002Porosity Porosity φ is the fraction of the total soil volume that is taken up by the pore space. Thus it is a single-value quantification of the amount of space available to fluid within a specific body of soil. Being simply a fraction of total volume, φ can range …

    Get Price
  • Utilization of crushed clay brick in concrete industry ...

    2014-3-1u2002·u2002Clay brick powder was used as cement replacement and cement addition. The percentages used were 0%, 5%, 10%, 15%, 20% and 25% by weight of cement. On the other hand, concrete trial mixtures confirmed that the high water absorption rate of crushed clay brick adversely affected the workability of fresh concrete.

    Get Price
  • Chapter 3 Ancient Clay Bricks: Manufacture and Properties

    2017-10-30u2002·u2002Old clay bricks exhibit high porosity values, ranging between 15 and 40 vol.% (Esbert et al. 1997 ). The porosity of bricks from the Byzantine period was reported to be between 15 and 35 vol.%, while 70–80% of the pores had a diameter size of 70–250 μ m, independently of the type and origin of the clay (Papayianni and Stefanidou 2000 ).

    Get Price
  • Egyptian Cretaceous clay deposits: Insights on Mineralogy ...

    2020-6-27u2002·u2002Development of products which can be produced from a country's natural resources is very important as far as the industrialization of a nation and saving foreign exchange is concerned. The recent vast expansion of the ceramic industry in Egypt results in an excessively high consumption rate of Aswan clays, so the current study aims to explore other potential materials for application in the ...

    Get Price
  • Firebricks – heavy dense fire clay bricks

    2021-10-29u2002·u2002Nowadays they are called heavy and dense Firebricks but old masters still call them fire clay bricks just because they are made of simple fireclay (which actually is the most ordinary mud.)Fire clay can be easily located out in the nature but it must containing the right refractory properties, suitable content ratio of silica and alumina. Some shops call these bricks fireplace bricks.

    Get Price
  • Production of sustainable clay bricks using waste fly ash ...

    The results showed that the increase in FA-GC content decreased the porosity and water absorption; and increased the firing shrinkage, bulk density, and strength of the fire clay bricks. The fire clay brick with a required compressive strength of over 17.2 MPa per ASTM C62-13a could be obtained with 4% FA-GC and a low firing temperature of 950 °C.

    Get Price
  • Clay Brick - an overview

    N. Phonphuak, P. Chindaprasirt, in Eco-Efficient Masonry Bricks and Blocks, 2015 Abstract. Clay brick is one of the oldest building materials and has been used since the early civilizations. It is a kind of crystalline ceramic and is among the most common construction materials found all over the world. To develop clay brick as a sustainable building material, the utilization of agricultural ...

    Get Price
  • Porosity and Bulk Density of Sedimentary Rocks

    2012-7-25u2002·u2002(1930) determined the total porosity and bulk density of subsurface samples of shale with particular reference to the relation of compacxad tion to the thickness of overburden. Stearns (1927) determined the bulk density and total porosity of many samples of water-bearing rock. Fancher, Lewis, and Barnes (1933) gave extensive references

    Get Price
  • Valorization of biodiesel production residues in making ...

    2012-11-1u2002·u2002Highlights The incorporation of biodiesel wastes increased the total porosity of the mixture bricks. All of the clay-waste bricks had lower thermal conductivity than clay. This characteristic would improve the energy efficiency of buildings. All waste bricks met the UNE standards and can thus be used as green construction materials. The use of waste can contribute to the heat requirements ...

    Get Price
  • The many types of bricks - The American Ceramic Society

    2019-5-3u2002·u2002Clay is still one of the main brick materials, but other common materials are sand and lime, concrete, and fly ash. Calcium silicate bricks, popularly known as sand lime bricks, contain high amounts of sand—about 88–92 percent. The remaining 8–12 percent is mainly lime. Unlike traditional clay bricks, which are fired in kilns, sand lime ...

    Get Price
  • Porosity and Pore Size Distribution - USGS

    2006-10-6u2002·u2002Porosity Porosity φ is the fraction of the total soil volume that is taken up by the pore space. Thus it is a single-value quantification of the amount of space available to fluid within a specific body of soil. Being simply a fraction of total volume, φ can range …

    Get Price
  • Utilization of crushed clay brick in concrete industry ...

    2014-3-1u2002·u2002Clay brick powder was used as cement replacement and cement addition. The percentages used were 0%, 5%, 10%, 15%, 20% and 25% by weight of cement. On the other hand, concrete trial mixtures confirmed that the high water absorption rate of crushed clay brick adversely affected the workability of fresh concrete.

    Get Price