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|Title:||A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON EROSION WEAR BEHAVIOR OF COPPER SLAG FILLED BAMBOO-EPOXY AND GLASS-EPOXY COMPOSITES|
|Citation:||InternationalConference on "Advancements in Polymeric Materials" (APM-2010) during February 20-22, 2010, CIPET, Bhubaneswar.|
|Abstract:||Copper slag is an industrial waste which is produced as a by-product during smelting and refining of copper. Rich in various metal oxides, it has tremendous potential to be used as fillers in polymeric matrices. The present investigation has been undertaken to study the wear characteristics of copper slag filled bamboo-epoxy composites and the results are compared with that of the glass-epoxy composites. Also, the influence of control factors on the erosion wear response of composites has been critically analyzed using Taguchi experimental design. Further, the morphology of eroded surfaces is examined and possible erosion mechanisms are discussed.|
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