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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
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Investigation Of Structural Characterization Of Bio-Composite Materials In Aviation Industry

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S. Ramkumar, S. Rubini, M. Kanitha



Aviation, Bio-composite, biodegradable polymer, Coir, Composite materials, Fiber, Plastic material.



There is a remarkable time of development in the utilization of composites over the previous decades in the flight business. Oil based engineered composites have a few properties that settle on them the decision for different applications. Likewise, it has great mechanical, substance properties, simple processability, low cost, and hostile to bacterial properties. These composites are impervious to microbial attack and non-degradable. The non-biodegradability of most economically accessible plastics has caused numerous natural issues related with their transfer. An outcome of this exceptional utilization of plastic materials is their expanding nearness in metropolitan strong waste discard items. Thus, the bio-composite idea is created. Bio composites are produced using the characteristic filaments and are eco-accommodating. Both the lattice stage and fortifying stage are made by the common materials. Their properties can be improved by altering their structure and by including added substances. This venture points in building up the new kind of bio composite utilizing coir, Aloe Vera, Bamboo, jute filaments, bioplastics and after that exposing it to different tests to decide its properties and to make a similar report to demonstrate its use in Aviation field.



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