Synthesis, Characterization, and Properties Comparison of Epoxy Filled Pennisetum Typhoides
U.Mahaboob basha, D.Mohana Krishnudu, P.Hussain, K.Manohar Reddy, N.karthikeyan, M.Ashok kumar, S. Sudhakar Babu
Corresponding Author : U.Mahaboob Basha,
AVR&SVR Engg,.College, Nannur,Kurnool. India.
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Received : 2015-04-09 Accepted : 2015-05-14 Published : 2015-05-14
Abstract : In the current work epoxy resin is chosen as matrix, treated Sacharum offinarum ( SugarCane) fiber, Pennisetum typhoides (Jowar)/ Fillet miller (Ragi) filler are chosen as reinforcement. Room temperature cured Epoxy System filled with Sacharum offinarum fiber and Pennisetum typhoides (Jowar)/ Fillet miller (Ragi) filler are synthesised by mechanical shear mixer, then kept in a Ultra sonic Sonicator for better dispersion of Pennisetum typhoides (Jowar)/ Fillet miller (Ragi) filler in the matrix. Different weights of modified Pennisetum typhoides (Jowar)/ Fillet miller (Ragi) filler (1,2,3,4,5 gm wt) has been incorporated into the Epoxy matrix in order to study the variation of Mechanical and Thermal properties. Mechanical properties like Flexural strength, Tensile strength and impact strength of the micro hybrid composite are studied by UTM (Universal Testing Machine). Thermal properties of micro hybrid composites are studied using Thermo Gravimetric Analysis (TGA) and Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC).
Keywords : treated Sacharum offinarum, Pennisetum typhoides, Fillet miller
Citation : U.Mahaboob basha et al.,(2015). Synthesis, Characterization, and Properties Comparison of Epoxy Filled Pennisetum Typhoides. J. of Advancement in Engineering and Technology. V3I1. DOI : 10.5281/zenodo.1000249
Copyright : © 2015 U.Mahaboob basha. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
Journal of Advancement in Engineering and Technology
ISSN : 2348-2931
Volume 3 / Issue 1
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