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Title: Investigation for natural fiber reinforced hybrid composite
Authors: Agrawal, Chitranjan
Upadhyay, Vikas
Kumar, Ranjan
Yadav, Pramod Kumar
Keywords: Hybrid Composite;Jute;Moisture Absorption;Sisal;Tensile Strength
Issue Date: Apr-2022
Publisher: CSIR-NIScPR, India
Abstract: Natural fiber reinforced hybrid composite is developed to meet the environment friendly and sustainable demand of industry. Jute and sisal fibers are mixed in different composition to produce Jute-Sisal-Epoxy hybrid composites using hand layup methods. Hybrid composites are developed by mixing 15% of fiber fraction by weight with 85% epoxy resin and hardener. Both are mixed respectively in the ratio of 70 to 30. Tensile test and moisture absorption test have been carried out according to ASTM standard to determine the most appropriate fiber combination. It has been observed that moisture gain was highest in 100% sisal fiber composite and decreases gradually with raise in the percentage of jute fiber. However, tensile strength was highest for sisal fiber composite as compared to jute fiber.
Page(s): 256-261
ISSN: 0975-1017 (Online); 0971-4588 (Print)
Appears in Collections:IJEMS Vol.29(2) [April 2022]

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