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Composite panels made with biofiber or office wastepaper bonded with thermoplastic and/or thermosetting resin



Composite panels made with biofiber or office wastepaper bonded with thermoplastic and/or thermosetting resin



Research Note Forest Products Laboratory, USDA Forest Service (FPL-RN-0294): i + 6 pp.



The purpose of this study was to evaluate two groups of composite panels made from two types of underutilized natural fiber sources, kenaf bast fiber and office wastepaper, for their suitability in composite panels. All panels were made with 5% thermosetting phenol-formaldehyde (PF) resin and 1.5% wax. Also, an additional 10% polypropylene (PP) thermoplastic resin was used in half the panels.

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