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Interfacial transition zone between lignocellulosic fiber and matrix in cement-based composites
The objective of this chapter is to discuss some aspects that affect the interfacial transition zone between lignocellulosic fibers and cement matrix, such as raw materials, processing, and curing methods. A major advantage ...
Hybrid Vegetable/Glass Fiber Composites
There is an ever-growing worldwide interest in the use of lignocellulosic fibers as reinforcement in either thermoset (mainly unsaturated polyester) or thermoplastic (mainly polyolefins) composites. However, the wider use ...
Polyhydroxyalkanoates and Their Nanobiocomposites With Cellulose Nanocrystals
Cellulose nanocrystals produced from different natural sources, are emerging renewable nanomaterials that can be applied in many different ways due to their properties of high strength and stiffness, combined with low ...
Perspectives for the production of bioethanol from macroalgae biomass
Ethanol is currently produced on large scale from sugarcane, corn (first-generationethanol) and lignocellulosic materials (second-generation-ethanol), which results in a competition for space for growing food products. ...
Production Of Valuable Compounds By Supercritical Technology Using Residues From Sugarcane Processing
(John Wiley and Sons, 2012)
Ligninolytic Enzymes From Marine-derived Fungi: Production And Applications
(Elsevier Ltd., 2013)