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Sustainable composites : fibers, resins and applications / Anil N. Netravali, Ph.D., Professor of Fiber Science, Cornell University, Christopher M. Pastore, Ph.D., Professor of Transdisciplinary Studies, Kanbar College of Design, Engineering and Commerce, Philadelphia University.
The future of green materials / Robert Fryer -- Biopolymers as resins for fabrication of films and nanocomposites / Trina Ghosh Dastidar and Anil N. Netravali -- Vegetable oil-based resins and composites / Rafael L. Quirino and Michael R. Kessler -- Soy and starched-based resins / Jun Tae Kim and Anil N. Netravali -- Sustainable additives / Jason Lyons -- Cellulosic fibers : a brief review / Frances H. Kozen and Anil N. Netravali -- A history of the use of feathers in textile applications / Brian R. George and Katherine Bogash -- Natural fiber composites from agricultural by-products : an overview / Calistor Nyambo, Vidhya Nagarajan, Amar K. Mohanty and Manjusri Misra -- Polysaccharide composites / Yatinkumar N. Rane -- Green composites using bamboo / Toru Fujii -- Renewable biobased composites for civil engineering applications / S.L. Billington, W.V. Srubar III, A.T. Michel and S.A. Miller -- Natural fiber composites and their hollow core panels / S. Rao, K. Jayaraman and D. Bhattacharya -- Physical and chemical properties of alkali-activated fly ash materials / Hossein Rostami -- Mechanical properties of natural fiber composites / Yasser Gowayed and Ebraheem Shady -- Stochastic processes in modeling the strength of composites / Stuart Leigh Phoenix and Wei Li.
"This technical volume shows how the design and mechanics of composite materials are transferred to the development, testing and applications of materials fabricated in whole or in part from renewable resources. The book provides scientific details on how plant-based and recycled materials are incorporated as fibers, resins and additives into traditional and multifunctional composites. It explains testing, modeling and applications, particularly in architecture, civil engineering and transportation"--amazon.com.
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