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History and facts about ceramic.

Ayah Tarabain

on 30 March 2014

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Ceramic City! Inc. Intro Ceramic Inc. Ranim, Amara, and Ayah Ceramic Art! Can you
spot the
in this
room? How it's Made: Ceramic Tiles By: Ranim, Amara, and Ayah A Ceramic
Fountain Questions! ? ? ? 1-When did this industry begin? 6-How was technology
2-Why did it begin? changed over time?
3-What does it produce?If the product is
used in a further process or to produce 7-What has brought
another product, what is the process about those changes?
4-Were there times when the industry
grew especially slowly or quickly?
5-What other events in history might
have affected its growth or lack of growth? Did you know...? 3: Pottery is the most common use of ceramic. Ceramic is also used in watches, space shuttles, straightening irons, appliances, tile,etc. Stretch your Mind! 5 & 2(what did you find out)
We think that the industry
will grow in the future
because it is a very common
resource and it can often replace
glass or metal. The future of ceramics will be based on availability of newer technology. 4. 1 & 2: Experts estimate that the ceramic
industry began in about 1,500 BC. People needed something to store their food and made ceramic out of animal fat and bone mixed with bone ash and a fine clay-like material to make bowls. 6 & 7. Before archeologists used clay, they used Quartz. Quartz is a hard white or colorless mineral consisting of silicon dioxide, found widely in igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks. It’s not a good material to use for making pots. The reason for this is that it expands faster than clay; resulting in crack initiation. Potters assumed clay was better than quartz; so they used clay more often. People tested and used size to determine the quality of pots over time. 1989 - 2015) Global Ceramics are known as inorganic and non-metallic substances that are heated to harden and are important in our daily lives. Ceramic and materials engineers are the people who design the processes in which these products can be made, create new types of ceramic products, and find different uses for ceramic products. Ceramic processing is used to produce products that are very diverse in size, shape, detail and material composition, structure, and cost. The purpose of ceramics processing to an applied science is the natural result of an increasing ability to refine, develop, and characterize ceramic materials. Did you know that advanced ceramics that are used for electrical components and electrical equipment industries combined was accounted for 43% of total demand in the U.S in 2007? Bibliography: http://www.ceramicindustry.com
http://depts.washington.edu/matseed/mse_resources/Webpage/Ceramics/ceramic history.htm
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CANDY! Slide HOOOO!!!! BOOOOO! It was suggested that size isn’t the best when time passes. Since larger sizes weren’t an option because they could lead to cracks and poor ceramic quality; it made sense for potters to use smaller pieces in their pottery. Recent research says that there are better technological differences between early, middle, and late woodland ceramics that can be found in the region. Previous research has focussed on style. In conclusion; people used to care about the quality of ceramics and now they care more about the style. Ceramic Inc. Ranim, Amara, and Ayah
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