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Fast Pressing Composite Using Tannin-Furfuryl Alcohol Resin and Vegetal Fibers Reinforcement

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Experimental investigations have been carried out on the potential use of tannin-furfuryl alcohol resin for biobased composites using vegetal fiber reinforcement. Results showed that a mixture containing 54% furfuryl alcohol, 45% modified quebracho extract and 0.9% paratoluenesulfonic acid as a catalyst yields a resin that can be used with a nonwoven flax fiber mat to manufacture lightweight composites with good mechanical properties and a very short curing time with a regular hot press. The panels made were tested for tensile and flexural modulus and strength, water resistance and thermo-degradation.
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hal-01593631 , version 1 (26-09-2017)

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Arnaud Nicollin, Xinjun Li, Pierre Girods, Antonio Pizzi, Yann Rogaume. Fast Pressing Composite Using Tannin-Furfuryl Alcohol Resin and Vegetal Fibers Reinforcement. Journal of Renewable Materials, 2013, 1 (4), pp.311-316. ⟨10.7569/JRM.2013.634124⟩. ⟨hal-01593631⟩
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