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Thermogravimetric analysis of Dendrocalamus strictus bamboo fibers

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The primary thermogram of the bamboo fibers of Dendrocalamus strictus family was recorded. Using the primary thermogram and its derivative, the initial degradation, inflection point and final degradation were determined. The refractoriness and integral procedural degradation temperatures were also determined. These studies revealed the suitability of bamboo fibers as reinforcement even with thermoplastic polyolefin matrix materials.

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2017-09-20

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