Mechanical Characterization of Hybrid Fiber Reinforced Composite IJTSRD
Natural fiber is mostly used in automobile and aerospace industry. Currently most used in natural fiber reinforcement are sisal, flex, hemp, and banana. The natural fiber is mined by using manual and retting processes. The agricultural waste can be used to prepare fibers it has major advantage is renewable resources and have marketing demand. The polymer composite have many advantage such as mechanical strength such as tensile, impact and flexural strength over traditional glass fiber and monogenic materials. In this paper to fabricate the polymer composite with using on sisal and banana reinforcement with treated with NAOH solution. These processes are enhancing the bonding strength between fiber and resin by removing moisture contents. After fabricated polymer composite to prepare the samples as per ASTM standard, the samples are tested for different composition of sisal, banana and sisal banana reinforced composites.
By M. Palpandi | T. Ramakrishnan | T. Rajkumar”Mechanical Characterization of Hybrid Fiber Reinforced Composite”
Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-2 | Issue-4 , June 2018,
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