COMPARISONS OF POLYPROPYLENE COMPOSITES : THE EFFECT OF COUPLING AGENT ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

@inproceedings{Huner2017COMPARISONSOP,
  title={COMPARISONS OF POLYPROPYLENE COMPOSITES : THE EFFECT OF COUPLING AGENT ON MECHANICAL PROPERTIES},
  author={Umit Huner},
  year={2017}
}
The aim of this work is to compare the glass fiber (GF)/polypropylene (PP) and black rice husk (BRH)/black rice husk ash (BRHA)/polypropylene (PP) composites on mechanical properties. Tensile, flexural and falling weight impact test was conducted to investigate the effect of filler content and coupling agent (MAPP) on the mechanical properties of the BRH/BRHA/PP composites. Using a coupling agent, the mechanical properties of glass fiber reinforced material is intended to reach. By… CONTINUE READING

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