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Title Green biocomposites : manufacturing and properties / Mohammad Jawaid, Salit Mohd Sapuan, Othman Y. Alothman, editors.

Published Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2016].
©2017

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Physical description 1 online resource : illustrations.
Series Green energy and technology
Green energy and technology.
Springer Energy eBooks 2017 English+International
Contents Preface; Contents; About the Editors; 1 Expert Material Selection for Manufacturing of Green Bio Composites; Abstract; 1 Bio Composite Materials; 2 Expert System in Material Selection; 3 Material Selection Software; 4 Open Source Material Selection Software; 5 Case Study with Automotive Components; 5.1 Weighted Range Method (WRM); 6 Conclusions; References; 2 Sustainable Biocomposites: Challenges, Potential and Barriers for Development; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Green Bio-Composites; 1.2 Driving Factors for Bio-Composites; 2 Bio-Composites in Macroscale; 3 Nanocomposites
3.1 Nanofibers from Natural Fibers3.2 Nanoclay; 3.3 Polymeric Based Nanocomposites/Applications; 4 Barriers for the Development of Green Bio-Composites; 5 Material Selection for Bio-Composites and Its Importance; 6 Consequences of Improper Material Selection Decision; 7 Bio-Based Materials Usage; 8 Future Developments; 9 Conclusions; References; 3 Natural Fiber-Based Biocomposites; Abstract; 1 Biopolymers; 1.1 Natural Biopolymers; 1.1.1 Protein; 1.1.2 Starch; 1.1.3 Soybean Oil Based Plastic; 1.2 Microbial Biopolymers; 1.3 Synthesized Biopolymers; 2 Natural Fillers
3 Nature Fiber and Biopolymer Based Biocomposites3.1 Surface Modification; 3.1.1 Chemical Treatments; Alkaline Treatment; Silane; Esterification; Maleated Polymer as Coupling Agent; Polymer Grafting; Other Chemical Treatments; 3.1.2 Physical or Physico-Chemical Treatment; 3.1.3 Biological Treatment; 3.2 Biocomposites; 3.2.1 Thermal Stability of Natural Fibers; 3.2.2 Petroleum-Based Polymer Matrix; Thermoplastic Polymer Matrix; Thermoset Polymer Matrix; 3.2.3 Biodegradable Polymer; 3.3 Applications; 3.3.1 Automotive; 3.3.2 Stimuli-Responsive Materials; 3.3.3 Construction
3.3.4 Other Applications4 Conclusion; References; 4 Lignin as an Additive for Advanced Composites; Abstract; 1 Introduction; 2 Lignin in Polymer Composites; 2.1 Lignin as a Stabilizer in the Polymer Composites; 2.2 Lignin as a Reinforcer in Polymer Composites; 2.3 Lignin as a Filler in Polymer Composites; 2.4 Lignin as a Compatibilizer in Polymer Composites; 3 Applications of Lignin Based Composites; 4 Conclusions and Future Prospective; References; 5 Recent Progress on Rubber Based Biocomposites: From Carbon Nanotubes to Ionic Liquids; Abstract; 1 Introduction
2 Overview and Potential Merits of Composites3 Manufacturing Techniques of Rubber Nanocomposites (NCs); 3.1 Conventional Manufacturing Techniques; 3.1.1 Mixing; 3.1.2 Forming; 3.1.3 Vulcanizing; 3.2 Rubber Nanocomposites; 3.2.1 Advantages of Rubber Nanocomposites; 3.2.2 Challenges of Rubber Nanocomposites; 3.3 Reinforcing Agent; 3.3.1 Carbon Black; 3.3.2 Clays and Clay Minerals; 4 Natural Rubber Green Nanocomposite; 5 Carbon Nanotube Reinforced Rubber Composites; 5.1 Functionalized Carbon Nanotubes; 5.2 Elastomeric Nanocomposites; 5.2.1 Natural Rubber; 5.2.2 Styrene-Butadiene Rubber
Other author Jawaid, Mohammad, editor.
Sapuan, S. M., editor.
Alothman, Othman Y. editor
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Composite materials.
Green chemistry.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783319466101 (electronic bk.)
3319466100 (electronic bk.)
9783319466095 (print)