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Wood plastic composites (WPCs) composed of polylactide (PLA), pine wood flour (WF), and SBS were successfully manufactured through extrusion blending followed by injection molding.
Wood flour (WF) and talc-filled polylactic acid (PLA) composites are prepared by melt compounding and injection molding. The effects of filler loading and silane treatment, the thermal and mechanical properties of the composites are studied.
The mechanical recycling of polylactic acid composites reinforced with wood fibres was studied by multiple extrusions. The composite material was extruded seven times, and the mechanical and thermal properties were monitored by tensile tests, flexural tests, differential scanning calorimetry, Fourier-transform infrared and scanning electron microscopy.
Pilla et al. used silane treated pine wood flour (PWF) to fabricate PLA composites by kinetic mixing and compression moulding. It was observed that tensile strength of the untreated fibre composites was unchanged compared with that of PLA matrix (55.5 MPa) at 20 wt.% PWF content but decreased (51.7 MPa) at 40 wt.% PWF.
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Full Article. Composites of High-Temperature Thermomechanical Pulps and Polylactic Acid. Iina Solala, a, * Antti Koistinen, a Sanna Siljander, b Jyrki Vuorinen, b and Tapani Vuorinen a High-temperature thermomechanical pulps (HT-TMP, defibrated at 150 to 170 °C) were compared to a reference TMP (defibrated at 130 °C) as a reinforcement for polylactic acid (PLA).
Polylactide-pine wood flour composites. Preparation and characterization of functionalized low density polyethylene matrix biocomposites. Polyurethanes from tung oil: polymer characterization and composites.
wood flour pla composites using injection molding . Polylactide-pine wood flour composites. - Free Online Library Polylactide-pine wood flour composites.
Biobased and biodegradable polylactide (PLA)-pine wood flour (PWF) composites were investigated as a means to reduce the overall material cost and tailor the material properties.
Yasemin Altun, Mehmet Doğan and Erdal Bayramlı, Effect of Alkaline Treatment and Pre-impregnation on Mechanical and Water Absorbtion Properties of Pine Wood Flour Containing Poly (Lactic Acid) Based Green-Composites, Journal of Polymers and the Environment, 10.1007/s10924-012-0563-x, 21, 3, (850-856), (2012).
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9th International Conference on Wood & Biofiber Plastic Composites ~ Polylactide-Pine Woodflour Composites Srikanth Pilla, Shaoqin (Sarah) Gong, Eric O’Neill, Roger M. Rowell, and A. M. Krzysik Abstract Biobased and biodegradable polylactide (PLA) composites exhibited more elastic behavior with in pine wood flour (PWF) composites were investigated creasing PWF.
Biobased and biodegradable polylactide (PLA)-pine wood flour (PWF) composites were investigated as a means to reduce the overall material cost and tailor the material properties. The composites were prepared using a kinetic-mixer and an injection molding machine.
Polylactide-Pine Wood Flour Composites Srikanth Pilla,1 Shaoqin Gong,1 Eric O’Neill,2 Roger M. Rowell,2 Andrzej M. Krzysik2 1 Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee 2 Forest Products Laboratory, United States Department of Agriculture, Madison, Wisconsin Biobased and biodegradable polylactide (PLA)-pine wood ﬂour (PWF) composites were investigated as a ...
Polylactide-Pine Woodflour Composites Srikanth Pilla, Shaoqin (Sarah) Gong, Eric O’Neill, Roger M. Rowell, and A. M. Krzysik . Abstract . Biobased and biodegradable polylactide (PLA) pine wood flour (PWF) composites were investigated
The tensile strength of PLA/wood-flour micro-composites is almost independent of wood-flour content, suggesting only weak adhesion exists between the PLA matrix and the wood-flour particles. The addition of wood-flour resulted in an increase of up to 95% in the tensile modulus, in comparison with pure PLA, which showed a more resilient matrix.