Characterization and Comparative Analysis on Mechanical and Acoustical Properties of Camellia Sinensis/Ananas Comosus/Glass Fiber Hybrid Polymer Composites

Published on Jul 3, 2021in Journal of Natural Fibers2.622
· DOI :10.1080/15440478.2019.1675215
S. Gokulkumar6
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P. R. Thyla8
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(PSG College of Technology)
+ 1 AuthorsS. Sathish8
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ABSTRACTDuring last few decades, the hybrid composites emerged from natural fiber has brought incontestable advantages over synthetic materials. The environmental impact such as toxicity, nonbiodeg...
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