Synthesis and Characterization of Jute- and Chicken-Feather-Fiber-Reinforced Polymer Hybrid Composites
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The properties of jute- and chicken-feather-fiber (CFF)-reinforced polymer hybrid composites have been investigated experimentally. The scanning electron microscopy was used to analyze their failure under various loading conditions and the morphology of fracture surface. The composite specimens were finally characterized using the multiple criteria decision making technique TOPSIS.
Keywordschicken feather fiber fiber-reinforced plastics hybrid polymer composites woven jute
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