TM KEKUATAN TARIK DAN BENDING KOMPOSIT SERAT LIMBAH KAIN TEKTIL (SINGSIN) DENGAN MENGGUNAKAN PEREKAT RESIN POLYESTER
Teguh Wiyono1, Kuncoro Diharjo 2 1. Mahasiswa Magister Teknik Mesin UNS 2. Staf Pengajar S2 Teknik Mesin UNS
Waste fiber textile fabric on Spinning machinery of production in textile mills and fabric makers striated SMEs can cause environmental problems if not handled properly. In general, the fibers are disposed as garbage or burned so that it can pollute the environment. Yet the researchers from various parts of the world at this point has focused its attention on the utilization of natural fibers and natural fiber composite materials berpenguat which is an environmentally friendly composite materials Because of the specific strengths of several types of natural fibers have a value that can be matched to the value of glass fiber strength, thus allowing the use of natural fibers as a substitute of glass fiber material that has some drawbacks in terms of the environment on the use of glass fiber composite materials engineering can lead to skin irritation at the time processing and also in terms of health can lead to respiratory problems caused by the suctioning of fiber glass dust. Other intensive driving spur development of natural fiber composites are environmental directives And regulations
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