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Title: Erosion Wear Behaviour of Bamboo Fiber Reinforced Composites Filled with Red mud Particulate
Authors: Biswas, Sandhyarani
Satapathy, Alok
Patnaik, A
Issue Date: 2009
Citation: Polymer Congress APA-2009 on Polymer Science and Technology: Vision and Scenario, December 17-20, 2009, New Delhi
Abstract: The interest in natural fiber-reinforced polymer composite materials is rapidly growing both in terms of their industrial applications and fundamental research. Their availability, renewability, low density, and price as well as satisfactory mechanical properties make them an attractive ecological alternative to glass, carbon and man-made fibers used for the manufacturing of composites1. The natural fiber-containing composites are more environmentally friendly, and are used in many applications such as transportation (automobiles, railway coaches, aerospace), military applications, building and construction industries (ceiling paneling, partition boards), packaging, consumer products, etc. Due to the operational requirement in dusty environments, the erosion characteristic of polymeric composites may be of high relevance. To this end the present investigation deals with the property characterization and utilization of abundantly available and renewable resources of plant fibe...
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2080/1113
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