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Development of bamboo fiber green composites by press forming and injectionj molding

Memoirs of the Faculty of Engineering, Yamaguchi University Volume 54 Issue 1 Page 119-123
published_at 2003-10
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Title
プレス成形および射出成形による竹繊維グリーンコンポジットの開発
Development of bamboo fiber green composites by press forming and injectionj molding
Creators Goda Koichi
Creators Kitamura Yoshiyuki
Creators Ohgi Junji
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bamboo green composites biodegradable resin press forming injection molding mechanical properties
The purpose of this study is to apply bamboo fibers to biodegradable resin matrix composites, the so-called “green” composites, preferably in place of practical engineering plastics. Press forming and injection molding were used for fabrication of the composite. The result showed that the composite by press forming was 36.2 MPa in tensile strength and 5.91 GPa in Young’s modulus. The composite was also compared with the composite fabricated by injection molding. The latter indicated about a half in both strength and modulus, because bamboo fibers were damaged during fabrication by injection molding and largely decreased in length.
Languages jpn
Resource Type departmental bulletin paper
Publishers 山口大学工学部
Date Issued 2003-10
File Version Version of Record
Access Rights open access
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Schools 工学部