Composites, and Ceramics Materials

Around 15,000 different types of building materials, such as glues, plastics, and rubbers, are divided into 20 main families. Polymers are fiscally accessible materials that are light, safe to consume, and have low quality and solidity. They are typically not suitable for high-temperature applications, but they are cost-effective and may be framed into a variety of shapes and structures. For a long time, pottery has been used in the construction of common constructions.

A ceramic is a non-metallic inorganic material composed of metal or non-metal compounds that have been formed and then hardened at very high temperatures. It is a hard ceramic, corrosion-resistant, and brittle in general. The word "Ceramic" comes from the Greek word "Pottery". We are all familiar with clay-based home items, art objects, and construction materials, but pottery is only one aspect of the ceramic world. Nowadays, the term "Ceramic" has a broader definition, encompassing materials such as glass, advanced ceramics, and some cement systems. More practical pieces, such as bowls, plates, and pots, are sometimes referred to as pottery. Ceramic is sometimes used to distinguish fine art from decorative pieces with no practical purpose, but both are manufactured in the same technique.

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