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2013/11/26Maleated polypropylene (MAPP) was used as coupling agent to improve the properties of PP/CPH biocomp Utilization of cocoa pod husk as filler in polypropylene biocomposites: Effect of maleated polypropylene - Koay Seong Chun Salmah Husseinsyah Hakimah Osman 2015 Koay Seong Chun Salmah Husseinsyah Chan Ming Yeng Effect of green coupling agent from waste oil fatty acid on the properties of polypropylene/cocoa pod husk composites Polymer Bulletin 10 1007/s00289-016-1682-7 73 12 (3465-3484) (2016)

Effect of Filler Content and Particle Size on the Mechanical Properties of Corn Cob Powder Filled Recycled Polypropylene

improved the tensile strength but had no significant improvement on flexural strength tensile modulus and hardness of polypropylene composites These properties were found to increase with filler loading but decrease with filler particle size However elongation

mechanical properties includes tensile strength and elongation at break based on ASTM D882 standard Bioplastics were produced by casting method from jackfruit seed starch and reinforced with MCC from cocoa pod husk at starch mass to MCC ratio of 6:4 7

Over the years cocoa-pod husk (CPH) generation significantly increased due to the growing global demand of chocolate products since cocoa bean is the main ingredient for chocolate production Proper utilization of CPH as natural filler for reinforcement of polymer composites provides economic advantages as well as environmental solutions for CPH waste disposal problems In this study CPH

Cocoa pod husk represents between 70 to 75% of the whole cocoa fruit weight where each ton of cocoa fruit will produce between 700 to 750 kg of cocoa pod husks (Cruz et al 2012) In Malaysia the plantation of cocoa is over 20 643 hectre (Malaysia Koko Board 2011)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) ISSN (Online): 2319-7064 Volume 3 Issue 3 March 2014 Design of a Processor for the Production of 30 000 Tons of Caustic Potash per Anum from Cocoa Pod Husk *I A Daniyan1 A O Adeodu1 D F Adewumi2

Peanut Husk Filled Polyethylene Composites: Effects of

Tensile properties were measured at room temperature at 5 mm/min crosshead speed to obtain the tensile strength "Tensile properties of polypropylene/cocoa pod husk biocomposites: effect of maleated polypropylene " Advanced Materials ResearchView at:

In this study cocoa (Theobroma cacao) pod husk (CPH) fiber reinforced themoplastic polyurethane (TPU) was prepared by melt blending method using Haake Polydrive R600 internal mixer The composites were prepared with different fiber loading: 20% 30% and 40% (by weight) with the optimum processing parameters: 190C 11 min and 40 rpm for temperature time and speed respectively

From the result the isolated MCC from cocoa pod husk were in a form of rod-like shape of length 5-10 m with diameter 11 635 nm and 74% crystallinity The highest tensile strength of bioplastics was obtained at starch to MCC mass ratio of 8:2 addition of 20% glycerol with measured tensile strength of 0 637 MPa and elongation at break of 7 04%

properties were determined Results showed that periwinkle shell powder improved the tensile strength flexural strength tensile modulus and hardness of polypropylene composites These properties were found to increase with

Tensile properties were measured at room temperature at 5 mm/min crosshead speed to obtain the tensile strength "Tensile properties of polypropylene/cocoa pod husk biocomposites: effect of maleated polypropylene " Advanced Materials ResearchView at:

From the result the isolated MCC from cocoa pod husk were in a form of rod-like shape of length 5-10 m with diameter 11 635 nm and 74% crystallinity The highest tensile strength of bioplastics was obtained at starch to MCC mass ratio of 8:2 addition of 20% glycerol with measured tensile strength of 0 637 MPa and elongation at break of 7 04%

The effect of filler modification using methacrylic acid (MAA) on polypropylene (PP)/cocoa pod husk (CPH) composites was studied The performances of unmodified and modified PP/CPH composites were analyzed for torque development tensile properties and thermal properties

Mechanical Properties of Rice Husk /Carbon Black Hybrid Natural Rubber Composite P E Imoisili1 * K O Ukoba 1 (Adeosun 2002) cocoa pod and rubber seed shell (Okieimen and Imanah 2003 ) and short pine apple leaf fiber (Lopattananon et al et al

Effect of green coupling agent from waste oil fatty acid on the

coupling agent (GCA) in cocoa pod husk filled polypropylene composites This study is focused on the influence of cocoa pod husk (CPH) content and GCA on tensile properties water absorption thermal properties and morphological properties of PP/CPH 123

Husk usually forms 35 45 percent of the weight of the whole nut when ripe Husks from ten to eleven month old nuts have been found to give superior quality fiber possessing a golden yellow color The fiber from the husk is extracted on a commercial scale either by

Husk usually forms 35 45 percent of the weight of the whole nut when ripe Husks from ten to eleven month old nuts have been found to give superior quality fiber possessing a golden yellow color The fiber from the husk is extracted on a commercial scale either by

Koay S Hussiensyah and H Osman " Influence of methacrylic acid modification on tensile properties of polypropylene/cocoa pod husk bocomposites " Polymer-Plastic Technology and Engineering vol 54 No 3 pp 296– 300 2015

2014/12/1In this study cocoa (Theobroma cacao) pod husk (CPH) fiber reinforced thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) was prepared by melt compounding method using Haake Polydrive R600 internal mixer The composites were prepared with different fiber loading: 20% 30% and 40% (by weight) with the optimum processing parameters: 190 C 11 min and 40 rpm for temperature time and speed

Koay Seong Chun Salmah Husseinsyah Chan Ming Yeng Effect of green coupling agent from waste oil fatty acid on the properties of polypropylene/cocoa pod husk composites Polymer Bulletin 10 1007/s00289-016-1682-7 73 12 (3465-3484) (2016)

coupling agent (GCA) in cocoa pod husk filled polypropylene composites This study is focused on the influence of cocoa pod husk (CPH) content and GCA on tensile properties water absorption thermal properties and morphological properties of PP/CPH 123

cane shaff rice husk plantain peel etc are low cost materials and readily available in large quantity for use everywhere of which well over 300 million tones are pro-duced annually In previous reports the use of cocoa pod husk rubber seed shells

2015/1/3In this research cocoa pod husk (by-product from cocoa industrial) has been utilized as filler in polypropylene (PP) matrix biocomposites The CPH filler was modified with different contents of methacrylic acid (MAA) and its effect on tensile properties of PP/CPH