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Title: Physical and Mechanical Characterization of Kenaf Fiber Filament Wound Composite Produced Using Vacuum-Bagging and Heat-Shrink Tube Method
Authors: Sharifah Fathin Adlina Syed Abdullah
Nurul Zuhairah Mahmud Zuhudi
Khairul Dahri Mohd Aris
Mohd Nazrul Roslan
Mohamad Dali Isa
Keywords: Filament winding
Filament wound
Natural fiber composites
Issue Date: 20-Nov-2019
Publisher: Springer
Citation: Sharifah Fathin Adlina Syed Abdullah,Nurul Zuhairah Mahmud Zuhudi,Khairul Dahri Mohd Aris, Mohd Nazrul Roslan, Mohamad Dali Isa, Physical and mechanical characterization of kenaf fiber filament wound composite produced using vacuum-bagging and heat-shrink tube method, Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering, 2020, Pages 519-527, 2nd International Conference of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, AeroMech 2019; Seberang Perai; Malaysia; 20 November 2019 through 21 November 2019; Code 241099, DOI: 10.1007/978-981-15-4756-0_46
Abstract: Most natural fiber reinforcements in the industry are based on random discontinuous fibers. This study aims to demonstrate the potential of continuous natural fiber-reinforced composites in structural applications. Kenaf-cotton yarn composites have been manufactured by dry filament-winding process with winding angle that varies from 50 to 80° and wet lay-up assisted by two methods, i.e. vacuum-bagging and heat-shrink tube. A hoop tensile strength test was conducted and winding angle of 80o was found to give the highest tensile strength of approximately 49.3 MPa. Heat-shrink tube method improved composites performance by 36%. © Springer Nature Singapore Pte Ltd 2020.
Description: UniKL MIAT
ISBN: 978-981154755-3
ISSN: 21954356
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