Mohamad Zaki Hassan
Optimizing the mercerisation effect on the mode I fracture toughness of Bambusa Vulgaris bamboo using surface response method.
Hassan, Mohamad Zaki; Roslan, Siti Amni; Rasid, Zainudin A.; Yusoff, Mohd Zuhri Momamed; Sapuan, S. M.; Muhammad-Sukki, Firdaus
Siti Amni Roslan
Zainudin A. Rasid
Mohd Zuhri Momamed Yusoff
S. M. Sapuan
Alkaline treatment is widely being promoted to treat natural fibres and improves the fibre bundle surface for better interlocking with the polymer matrix. The aim of this study is to optimize the merceration parameter including natrium hydroxide (NaOH) concentration, soaking and drying time for Bambusa Vulgaris bamboo using response surface methodology (RSM). Here, the treatment conditions were employed by the Box-Behnken design (BBD). The comparative study of the treated and untreated fibre on crack propagation behaviour, Mode I interlaminar fracture toughness (GIC) of the bamboo along the longitudinal direction test was carried out. Through the statistical analysis approach (ANOVA), it is suggested that bamboo treated with 1.5 wt.% concentration of NaOH is capable to reach the fracture toughness value up to 367.25 J/m2. It is also shown that all proposed variables for treatment in this study (i.e., the concentration of the NaOH is highly significant with the 2.85 hours of soaking and drying for 72.5 hours).
|Publication Date||Sep 30, 2019|
|Series Title||Advances in environmental engineering and green technologies (AEEGT)|
|Book Title||Implementation and evaluation of green materials in technology development: emerging research and opportunities.|
|Chapter Number||Chapter 6|
|ISBN||9781799813743 ; 9781799813750|
|Institution Citation||HASSAN, M.Z., ROSLAN, S.A., RASID, Z.A., YUSOFF, M.Z.M., SAPUAN, S.M. and MUHAMMAD-SUKKI, F. 2019. Optimizing the mercerisation effect on the mode I fracture toughness of Bambusa Vulgaris bamboo using surface response method. In Mastura, M.T. and Sapuan, S.M. (eds.) Implementation and evaluation of green materials in technology development: emerging research and opportunities. Advances in environmental engineering and green technologies (AEEGT). Hershey, PA: IGI Global [online], chapter 6, pages 112-129. Available from: https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-7998-1374-3.ch006|
|Keywords||Alkaline treatment; Natural fibres; Bamboo|
HASSAN 2019 Optimizing the mercerisation
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