A Grandfather One Load Bricks Built a Hut for his Grandson

Brick is an artificial (artificial) stone whose type of clay is made from baking clay (shaped mud) and its type of lime sand is made from making sand lime clay.

(which is made by pressing a homogeneous mixture one load bricks of silica sand and lime in a mold) with steam under pressure. It is widely available, concrete bricks are prepared like cement blocks.

Clay brick is mainly made of aluminum silicates, and sand Lime brick is made of small silica aggregates that are stuck together by calcium silicate paste.

This brick is usually gray in color, but it can be produced in other colors by adding suitable color. Bricks are produced in solid, rectangular, hollow, hollow (blade and roof) and thin pieces.

Bricks are used in the construction of load bearing walls, separating blades, block beam roofs, striking arches between beams, and exterior and interior facades of buildings.

History of brick

Brick is one of the oldest building materials, which according to some archaeologists, dates back to ten thousand years ago. In Iran, there are remains of pottery and brick kilns in Shush and Silk Kashan.

which date back to the fourth millennium BC. It has been found. Also, signs of the production and consumption of bricks in India have been obtained, which indicates the six thousand year history of bricks in that country.

the name of Babylonian bricks and the names of the clays on which charters, laws and the like were written, is believed to be the first time. From baking the soil of the walls and floor of the ovens, they have learned to bake bricks.

The primitive brick kilns undoubtedly consist of places where layers of firewood and clay are alternately stacked on top of each other.

The art of using bricks has gone from West Asia to the West of Egypt and then to Rome and to the East of India and China. In the 4th century, the Europeans started using bricks, but after a while it declined and became popular again in the 12th century. It started from Italy.

In ancient Iran large and beautiful buildings were built, some of which are still standing. Such as the Kasri arch in the west of old Iran.

the tomb of Shah Ismail Samani in the dome of Kavos and the mosque of Isfahan, which were built with bricks, as well as old bridges and dams, such as the daughter bridge of the Kabar dam in Qom, are among the old buildings.

Types of bricks in old Iran

In Iran, wherever there is little stone and good soil is available, brick making and using bricks has become common. The size of Elamite bricks is about 10 x 38 x 38 cm.

Baking and using bricks expanded during the Sassanid era and in large buildings like Fire temples have been used

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