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Experimental Study on Behavior of SiC Nanopowder Filled Flax and Sisal Fabric Hybrid Composites

Journal: International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development (IJMPERD ) (Vol.10, No. 3)

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Page : 11965-11976

Keywords : Natural Fiber; SiC Nanopowder; Moisture Absorption Behavior; Mechanical Characterizations and Fractrography;

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In the present work, a series of works associated with flax and sisal fabric hybrid composites (FSHC) are fabricated by incorporating SiC (Silicon Carbide) nanopowder as a filler material. The study intends to analyze the result of addition of SiC nanopowder at varied loadings (0, 5 and also 10 weight fraction) on physical, moisture absorption as well as mechanical properties of two different FSHC (15/15 and 20/20 weight fraction) individually. The test results showed that increase in the addition of SiC nanopowder improve the tensile strength, flexural strength as well as resist the moisture absorption of 20/20 wt.% FSHC, whereas impact strength of both the composition of FSHC increase at 5wt.% and further decreases at 10 wt.% of SiC nanopowder. Fractography analysis was lugged away to check out the nature of fractured sampling

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