Mechanical and Abrasive Wear Studies on Biobased Jatropha Oil Cake Incorporated Glass–Epoxy Composites

@article{SatheeshKumar2010MechanicalAA,
  title={Mechanical and Abrasive Wear Studies on Biobased Jatropha Oil Cake Incorporated Glass–Epoxy Composites},
  author={M. N. Satheesh Kumar and Zahira Yaakob and N. Mohan and Siddaramaiah and S. P. Kumaresh Babu},
  journal={Journal of the American Oil Chemists' Society},
  year={2010},
  volume={87},
  pages={929-936}
}
An investigation was made to evaluate the effect of the incorporation of jatropha oil cake (JOC) alone and in combination with silicon carbide (SiC) on the mechanical and tribological wear behaviour of glass fabric–epoxy (GE) composites. A vacuum-assisted resin transfer moulding (VARTM) technique was employed to obtain a series of GE composites containing different fillers viz., silicon carbide, jatropha oil cake and a mixture of SiC and JOC. The effect of different loads (22 and 32 N) and… Expand
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