Hybrid biobased composites with natural pyrophyllite Abstract

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Srđan Perišić
Vukašin Ugrinović
Michael Gasik
Katarina Dimić-Mišić
Aleksandar Grujić
Vesna Radojević


Biocompatible wood-plastic composites (WPCs) typically consist of up to 80% wood fibres and particles, often sourced from industrial waste wood, along with a reduced amount of thermoplastic polymer, primarily polyethylene (PE). Hybrid WPCs, in addition to the main components, incorporate additional elements to enhance the overall properties of the final material. Incorporating biodegradable natural fibres into hybrid wood-plastic composites offers numerous benefits, including low density, high specific strength, excellent impact and flexural properties, eco-friendliness, and cost-effectiveness. Their environmentally conscious and resilient nature has led to widespread application in various industries, including the automotive sector, civil engineering, and interior and exterior design, successfully replacing inorganic fibres polymer composites. In this work influence of hybridization of matrix and introduction of natural pyrophyllite on the moisture resistance and mechanical properties of composites were investigated.


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Perišić, S. ., Ugrinović, V. ., Gasik, M. ., Dimić-Mišić, K. ., Grujić, A. ., & Radojević, V. . (2024). Hybrid biobased composites with natural pyrophyllite: Abstract. HEMIJSKA INDUSTRIJA (Chemical Industry), 78(1S), 72. Retrieved from https://www.ache-pub.org.rs/index.php/HemInd/article/view/1319
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Perišić S, Katarrina K, Grujić A; Nedeljković D, Stajić-Trošić J, Radojević V. Effect of Moisture on the Mechanical Properties of Wood–Plastic Composites Hybridized with Metal Grid Layers, Polym. 2023; 15(24): 4705. https://doi.org/10.3390/polym15244705

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