Microwave and Thermally Cured Natural Fiber Epoxy Composites

Microwave and Thermally Cured Natural Fiber Epoxy Composites

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Single mode heating was used first to make small composite samples. These composites were examined using differential scanning calorimetry, dielectric testing, and thermogravimetric analysis. Untreated flax, henequen, hemp, and kenaf were used in this section of the study. Additionally, epoxy compatible glass was used for comparison. Equivalent composites were also made with oven curing.The take off angle was 45 degrees. The spectra for all fibers (see Table 6) contained carbon and oxygen, while nitrogen, calcium, silicon and aluminum were detected in some samples. Cellulose, hemicellulose and pectin have an O/ C ratio ofanbsp;...

Title:Microwave and Thermally Cured Natural Fiber Epoxy Composites
Author: Nikki Sgriccia
Publisher:ProQuest - 2008

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