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Mechanical And Morphology Properties Of Cellulose Nanocomposites

M. Gabr, K. Okubo, T. Fujii
Published 2015 · Materials Science

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Cellulose nanofibers and their composites have a great deal of attention because of their abundance, biodegradability, high strength and stiffness, low weight, relatively low price, and the related characteristics such as a very large surface-to-volume ratio and outstanding mechanical, electrical, and thermal properties. Such new high-value materials are the subject of continuing research and are commercially interesting in terms of new products from the pulp and paper industry and the agricultural sector. This chapter summarizes (i) the progress in nanocellulose preparation into polymer matrix with a particular focus on microfibrillated cellulose and also discusses recent developments in bio-nanocomposite fabrication based on nanocellulose, (ii) the progress in the reinforcement of the carbon fiber/epoxy composites using nanocellulose as a hybrid reinforcement, (iii) the improvement in the mechanical properties of carbon fiber/epoxy composites using nanocellulose as hybrid reinforcement, and (iv) the morphology of CF/epoxy composite reinforced with nanocellulose showing the effect of nanocellulose on the fiber/matrix adhesion.
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