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Title: Loading Rate Sensitivity of Jute/Glass Hybrid Reinforced Epoxy Composites: Effect of Surface Modifications
Authors: Srivastav, A K
Behera, M K
Ray, B C
Keywords: composites
natural fiber
jute/glass fiber
hybrid composites
surface modifications
loading rate
shear strength
Issue Date: 2007
Publisher: Sage
Citation: Journal of Reinforced Plastics and Composites, Vol 26, Iss 9, P 851-860
Abstract: The present experimental work is aimed to study the effect of different loading rate on mechanical behaviour of jute/glass reinforced epoxy hybrid composites. Surface modification was done in order to get better interfacial bonding between jute and resin. Hybrid composite showed insensitive behavior at high loading rate. The loading rate behavior of the hybrid composite was compared on the basis of different surface treatments of jute fiber. UV-treated samples have shown better yield properties at higher loading rate. Untreated samples exhibited better ILSS values at higher loading rate. The findings are explained in terms of varying failure mechanisms at different loading rates
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