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Title: Erosive wear behavior of bio waste reinforced polymer composites
Authors: Aireddy, H
Mishra, S C
Keywords: coir dust
epoxy resin
erosion wear
impingement angle
Issue Date: Mar-2011
Citation: International conference on Advancement in Polymeric Materials (APM 2011), Innovations in materials and product development, March 25-27 , 2011, CIPET, Chennai
Abstract: Experiments were done to study the effects of impact velocity and erodent particle size on the solid particle erosive behavior of coir dust reinforced polymer composites. The erodent used here is silica sand having the size range 200-600 μm. However it was found that the erosion wear rate was decreased with increasing the coir dust amount because at higher amount of coir dust the mechanism dominated by the fiber material which is soft compare with the matrix material. Further, the erodent surface morphology was examined by using scanning electron microscopy (SEM), and possible erosion wear mechanisms were discussed. Decrement of erosion wear had observed with increasing erodent particle size
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2080/1424
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