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The material is renewable, shows good mechanical properties, a perceived naturalness, nice tactile properties and can be dyed with clear colours. The DuraPulp® material to be launched by Södra will be in the form of composite pulp bales, to be further...
Published on: July 25, 2011
(Published on January-February 2009 – JEC Magazine #46)   CHRISTOPHE BALEY, PROFESSOR, UNIVERSITÉ DE BRETAGNE SUD, L2PIC   The use of plant fibres as reinforcement for polymers is a topical issue. While it is difficult to briefly sum up the state of the...
Published on: April 26, 2011
(Published on December 2007 – JEC Magazine #37)   BO MADSEN , SCIENTIST   HANS LILHOLT, SENIOR SCIENTIST MATERIALS RESEARCH DEPARTMENT, RISØ NATIONAL LABORATORY TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY OF DENMARK   Biocomposites are new generations of composite materials...
Published on: April 5, 2011
(Published on December 2007 – JEC Magazine #37)   CHRISTOPHE BALEY, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, UNIVERSITÉ DE BRETAGNE SUD, L2PIC   Potential users of natural fibres in the composites sector often wonder about their mechanical properties: how welldistributed and...
Published on: April 5, 2011
The Fibre and Biocomposite Development Centre (FIDEC) was established to spearhead in the development of the fibre and biocomposite industry in Malaysia. Established in September 2006 as a focal point for information on pre-commercialisation activities...
Published on: February 24, 2011
DR BRENDON WEAGER, TECHNICAL MANAGER, COMPOSITES EVOLUTION LTD.(Published on February-March 2010 – JEC Magazine #55)   There is currently a dramatic surge in interest in environmentally sound materials and technologies in virtually every industrial sector...
Published on: February 10, 2011