Effect of Species and Particle Size on Properties of Wood-Flour-Filled Polypropylene Composites

Abstract

Research on wood-flour-filled polypropylene has primarily focused on one species of wood flour and one or two broad particle-size distributions. To fully exploit the use of wood flour as a filler, the effects of species and particle size need to be examined. This study focused on the effects of both of these variables on the properties of polypropylene… (More)

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@inproceedings{Stark1997EffectOS, title={Effect of Species and Particle Size on Properties of Wood-Flour-Filled Polypropylene Composites}, author={Nicole Stark and Mark J. Berger}, year={1997} }