Natural Fiber Polymer Composites : A Review

  • Saheb D
  • Jog J
  • Nabi Saheb D
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Natural fiber reinforced composites is an emerging area in polymer science. These natural fibers are low cost fibers with low density and high specific properties. These are biodegradable and non-abrasive. The natural fiber composites offer specific properties comparable to those of conventional fiber composites. However, in development of these composites, the incompatibility of the fibers and poor resistance to moisture often reduce the potential of natural fibers and these draw backs become critical issue. This review presents the reported work on natural fiber reinforced composites with special reference to the type of fibers, matrix polymers, treatment of fibers and fiber-matrix interface.

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  • D Nabi Saheb

  • J. P. JP Jog

  • D. Nabi Saheb

  • J. P. JP Jog

  • Nabi Saheb

  • J. P. JP Jog

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