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Title: Erosion Wear Behaviour of Bamboo Fibre Reinforced Epoxy Composites Filled with Alumina Particulate
Authors: Biswas, Sandhyarani
Satapathy, Alok
Patnaik, A
Keywords: Alumina
Bamboo fiber
Epoxy resin
Taguchi method
Issue Date: Sep-2010
Citation: Second International Conference on Natural Polymers & Biomaterials (ICNP – 2010) during 24-26 September 2010, Kottayam, Kerala, India.
Abstract: The increase concern of environments resulted from the use of synthetic fiber reinforced polymer composite has triggered research effort to develop new forms of composites such as natural fiber composites. Besides possessing good specific physical properties, natural fiber composite is also cost-effective and environmentally friendly. For those reasons, natural fiber composites are frequently used in transportation, military applications, building and construction industries,packaging, consumer products etc. Due to the operational requirements in dusty environments, the study of the erosion characteristics of these composites is of high relevance. To this end, the wear behavior of bamboo fiber reinforced epoxy composites filled with alumina particles is investigated in this research work. Also a methodology based on Taguchi’s experimental design approach to make a parametric analysis of erosion characteristics has been used.
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