Tropical Natural Fibre Composites: Properties, Manufacture by Mohd Sapuan Salit
By Mohd Sapuan Salit
This publication covers the several facets of tropical common fibre composites in components comparable to houses, layout and research, production strategies, fabric choice of kenaf, oil palm, sugar palm, pineapple leaf, coconut, sugarcane and banana dependent fibre composites. very important houses corresponding to mechanical and thermal of usual fibres to boot their composites are awarded. A learn at the composite fibre-matrix interface is highlighted including the layout procedure and research of goods from average fibre composites. an summary at the production ideas (conventionally used to provide fibre glass fibre composites) similar to pultrusion and filament winding is defined to provide typical fibre composites. the significance of fabric choice method to acquire the main optimal fabrics for program in engineering parts from traditional fibre composites is roofed with a robust specialize in the concurrent engineering for ordinary fibre composites.
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7 Pineapple Leaf Fibres The scientific name of pineapple plant is Ananas comosus L. Pineapple is a longleaf desert plant (Fig. 30) that can be grown in dry condition belonging to the Bromelicea family. The plant is normally grown in nurseries for the first year or so 34 2 Tropical Natural Fibres and Their Properties Fig. 31 Fibre extraction by scrapping (Courtesy of Dr. Januar Parlaungan Siregar, Universiti Malaysia Pahang) Fig. 32 Separating fibres from soft covering material (Courtesy of Dr. Januar Parlaungan Siregar, Universiti Malaysia Pahang) and matures about 12–20 months old.
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Adv. Drug Deliv. Rev. 53, 5–21 (2001) 52. : Molecules to granules: a comprehensive starch review. Starch 40(2), 44–50 (1988) Chapter 4 Mechanical and Other Related Properties of Tropical Natural Fibre Composites Abstract In this chapter, studies on mechanical properties of selected tropical natural fibre reinforced polymer composites are presented. Banana, coconut, kenaf, oil palm, sugar palm, sugarcane and pineapple fibre reinforced polymer composites were the tropical natural fibre composites elaborated in this chapter.