Alternative solutions: recyclable synthetic fibre-thermoplastic composites

Shanks, R 2004, 'Alternative solutions: recyclable synthetic fibre-thermoplastic composites' in C. Baillie (ed.) Green Composites: Polymer Composites and the Environment, Woodhead, Cambridge, UK, pp. 100-122.


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Title Alternative solutions: recyclable synthetic fibre-thermoplastic composites
Author(s) Shanks, R
Year 2004
Title of book Green Composites: Polymer Composites and the Environment
Publisher Woodhead
Place of publication Cambridge, UK
Editor(s) C. Baillie
Start page 100
End page 122
Subjects Chemical Characterisation of Materials
Summary The intention in this chapter is to compare various composites from renewable and recyclable resources in the broader sense in terms of the property requirements, need for recycling or biodegradation. The focus is on recyclable composites of thermoplastics, and in particular of polypropylene.
Copyright notice © 2004 Woodhead Publishing
Keyword(s) composite
polypropylene
fibre
recycling
ISBN 1855737396
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