Review on mechanical properties evaluation of pineapple leaf fibre (PALF) reinforced polymer composites

  title={Review on mechanical properties evaluation of pineapple leaf fibre (PALF) reinforced polymer composites},
  author={Santosh Sadashiv Todkar and Suresh Abasaheb Patil},
  journal={Composites Part B: Engineering},
Mechanical and Physical Properties of Pineapple Leaf and Sun Hemp Fibre Reinforced Hybrid Natural Composite Fabricated by Compression Moulding Method
  • A. Premnath
  • Engineering
    Journal of Bionic Engineering
  • 2021
The implementation of natural fibres in polymer composites will result in biodegradable, low cost, recyclable materials for automobile and structural applications. In the process of making natural
Influence of pineapple leaf particulate on mechanical, thermal and biodegradation characteristics of pineapple leaf fiber reinforced polymer composite
Natural fibers are gaining too much attention and researchers are shifting their interest due to environmental concern and ecological benefits. The present experimental study is focused on the
Plant-Based Natural Fibre Reinforced Composites: A Review on Fabrication, Properties and Applications
The increasing global environmental concerns and awareness of renewable green resources is continuously expanding the demand for eco-friendly, sustainable and biodegradable natural fibre reinforced
Use of natural vegetable fibers in cementitious composites: concepts and applications
The application of vegetable fibers has gained great notoriety as a building material, due to its availability, mechanical properties and low cost. In this sense, the objective of this work is to
Application of Natural Plant Fibers in Cement-Based Composites and the Influence on Mechanical Properties and Mass Transport
The present study suggests that the specimen with 2% pineapple leaf fiber content can be used in normal environments due to its superior mechanical properties, however, one should be careful when using the material in marine environments.
Leaf fibres as reinforcements in green composites: a review on processing, properties and applications
Fibres are extracted from various parts of the plants like stem, leaf, bast, flower and fruits. These fibres are reinforced into composites and find their major applications in packaging, furniture,
A Review on the Parameters Affecting the Mechanical, Physical, and Thermal Properties of Natural/Synthetic Fibre Hybrid Reinforced Polymer Composites
The global drive towards a circular economy that emphasizes sustainability in production processes has increased the use of agro-based raw materials like natural fibres in applications that have long
Novel sandwich structure of composite-metal laminates based on cellulosic woven pineapple leaf fibre
Fibre metal laminates (FMLs) are the contemporary sandwich materials that have been employed in the aerospace industries. The commercially available synthetic fibre based FMLs have shown excellent
Effect of Moisture Content on Mechanical Properties of AAM Natural Fiber-Reinforced Isophthalic Polyester Composites
Composite fiber reinforcement is one such proficient material that substitutes for useful applications for conventional and polyester blends where little weight and thus less energy conservation is
Effect of banana, pineapple and coir fly ash filled with hybrid fiber epoxy based composites for mechanical and morphological study
This research is mainly focused on the impact of bio waste filler in mechanical applications. The bio wastes from banana, pineapple and coconut plants were used for preparing Banana Fly Ash (BFA),


The study of mechanical properties of pineapple leaf fibre reinforced tapioca based bioplastic resin composite
Natural fibre reinforced composite has brought the material engineering to a high new level of research. Natural fibres are compatible with matrices like polypropylene and can be used as
A Review on Pineapple Leaf Fibers, Sisal Fibers and Their Biocomposites
Summary: The use of lignocellulosic fibers, pineapple leaf fiber (PALF) and sisal as reinforcements in thermoplastic and thermosetting resins for developing low cost and lightweight composites is an
Preliminary Study on the Mechanical Properties of Continuous Long Pineapple Leaf Fibre Reinforced PLA Biocomposites
This research work investigates the effect of using alkaline-treated continuous long pineapple leaf fibers (PALF) as reinforcement in bio-based poly lactic acid (PLA) polymer biocomposite. Alkaline
Initial properties and ageing behaviour of pineapple leaf and palm fibre as reinforcement for polypropylene
In the furniture, automotive and contruction industries, there is increased demand for cost-effective and lightweight biocomposites. The objective of this work was to develop new natural fibre-based
Effect of chemical modifications of the pineapple leaf fiber surfaces on the interfacial and mechanical properties of laminated biocomposites
Natural fiber reinforced renewable resource based laminated composites were prepared from biodegradable poly(lactic acid) (PLA) and untreated or surface-treated pineapple leaf fibers (PALF) by
Development of Green Composite: Pineapple Leaf Fibers (PALF) Reinforced Polylactide (PLA)
Green composite material has become the most desired material to replace polymer composites made from fossil oil. Besides having advantages over its biodegradability and quality performances, the
Characterization and thermal kinetic analysis of pineapple leaf fibers and their reinforcement in epoxy
The progress in the development of composites with natural fibers for various applications in different sectors witnesses remarkable success worldwide in the last decade. Among the various natural
Natural fibers have become an important issue in the development of fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) composite to resolve the current ecological and environmental problems. Among the many types of