Cellulose is the most common structural biological organic compound on Earth which is widely used in paper and textile industries and urea-formaldehyde resin is a thermosetting plastic used mostly as adhesives for plywood, particleboard and other structured wood products. Natural fiber composites are realistic alternatives of glass fiber composites. Using urea-formaldehyde, resorcinol-formaldehyde, phenol-formaldehyde, saturated polyesters as matrixes and natural fiber as reinforcement, ...
the most abundant, structural, biological organic compound on Earth which is
widely used in paper and textile industries. In this
project work, the
blend of compressive
character of Urea-Formaldehyde
Resin with addition of Cellulose is tested. Cellulose can be extracted from
dried plant by alkaline treatment (mercerization), followed by neutralization
with acid; product of which undergoes bleaching to produce pure form of
cellulose. Urea Formaldehyd...
variation of character of urea formaldehyde resin with addition of cellulose
extracted from corn husk was tested. Cellulose was extracted from dried raw
corn (Zea mays) husk, the second
largest agricultural crop grown around the world, by alkaline treatment
(mercerization), followed by neutralization with acid; product of which
underwent bleaching to produce pure form of cellulose. Urea-formaldehyde (UF) resin
was prepared by heating the formaldehyde in paraffin oil bath and adding...