Review on Properties of Natural Hybrid Composites

[Mohammad Punawala, Mayur PatilShubham RautVivek Rathod,  A. N. Shaikh,  R. M. Deshmukh] Volume 6: Issue 2, May 2019, pp  93 - 98

DOI: 10.26706/IJAEFEA.2.6.20190413

Abstract Due to environment and sustainability issues, there has been remarkable development in the natural fibre-based composites. There is increased in utilization of natural fibre to obtain high performance composite material. The challenge of working with the natural fibre-based composites is that they have large variation of physical as well as chemical properties by introducing synthetic fibre along with the natural fibre and by chemical treating the natural fibre there is been increment in the performance and characteristic of the natural hybrid composites. Also factors like fibre type, environmental condition, type of reinforcement used, source, type, structure, composition of the ply effects on the hybrid composite properties. Further the mechanical properties of natural hybrid composite have been discussed.

Index terms - natural fibre, hybrid composite, chemical treatment, tensile strength
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