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Mud is made up of soil, loam, silt, or clay that has been combined with water. It generally occurs after a rainstorm or near a body of water. Over geological time, ancient mud deposits solidify into sedimentary rock like shale or mudstone (generally called duties). The resulting strata are known as bay muds when geological deposits of mud occur in estuaries.

Mud is a semi-fluid substance that may be used to coat, seal, or attach items in the construction sector. Slurry, mortar, plaster, stucco, and concrete are only a few of the names given to the mud depending on its makeup.

Mud, cob, adobe, clay, and a variety of other terms have historically been used interchangeably to refer to a mixture of subsoil and water that may include stones, gravel, straw, lime, and/or bitumen. This material was utilized to construct walls, floors, and even roofs in a variety of methods. For thousands of years, earthen plaster was used to coat the surfaces of walls built using mudbricks or wattle and daub, rammed earth, or cob methods in most areas of the world.

Mud, cob, adobe, clay, and a variety of other terms have historically been used interchangeably to refer to a mixture of subsoil and water that may include stones, gravel, straw, lime, and/or bitumen. This material was utilized to construct walls, floors, and even roofs in a variety of methods. For thousands of years, earthen plaster was used to coat the surfaces of walls built using mudbricks or wattle and daub, rammed earth, or cob methods in most areas of the world.

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Ceramics can be made from mud that is mainly clay or a combination of clay and sand, one of which is the typical burned brick. Fired bricks are more durable, but they need a lot more energy to make.

Stabilized mud (earth, soil) is mud that has been stabilized by the addition of a binder such as cement or bitumen. Mudcrete, concrete, and soil cement are among the examples.

Forming a clay body into items of a specific shape and heating them to high temperatures in a kiln, which eliminates all the water from the clay, causes reactions that lead to permanent changes such as increased strength, hardening, and establishing their shape, is how pottery is created. Before or after firing, a clay body can be ornamented. Clay must be prepared before various shaping techniques. It was kneading aids in the distribution of fluids throughout the body. It’s important to get rid of any trapped air within the clay body. This is referred to as de-airing, and it can be done with a vacuum pug or manually by wedging. Wedging can also aid in maintaining a consistent moisture level. A clay body is molded using a number of processes after it has been kneaded and de-aired or wedged. It is then dried and burned after shape.

In ceramics, the creation of liquid mud (also known as slip) is a step in the material refining process when bigger particles settle out of the liquid.

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