The aim of the research is to study and to test bio-mixture for laminas to use in construction field components. Composite materials are becoming more common in differentsectors, but their embodied energy is an environmental problem. For this, in recent years, theresearchers investigate new mixtures for composites, in particular with vegetable fibers andbio-based epoxy resin.The research carried out different laboratory tests for material and mechanical characterization,starting from the analysis of vegetable fibers, and arriving to test different kind of laminas withsundry fabrics and bio-based epoxy resin.In the most general organization of the theme, the research has the overall objective to contributeto reduce composites environmental impacts, with the promotion of local production chains aboutinnovative materials from renewable and sustainable sources

Vegetable Fibers for Composite Materials In Constructive Sector

GIGLIO, Francesca
Methodology
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2017

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The aim of the research is to study and to test bio-mixture for laminas to use in construction field components. Composite materials are becoming more common in differentsectors, but their embodied energy is an environmental problem. For this, in recent years, theresearchers investigate new mixtures for composites, in particular with vegetable fibers andbio-based epoxy resin.The research carried out different laboratory tests for material and mechanical characterization,starting from the analysis of vegetable fibers, and arriving to test different kind of laminas withsundry fabrics and bio-based epoxy resin.In the most general organization of the theme, the research has the overall objective to contributeto reduce composites environmental impacts, with the promotion of local production chains aboutinnovative materials from renewable and sustainable sources
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