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composite materials Projects

composite materials projects

A composite material is made by combining two or more materials often ones that have very different properties.The two materials work together to give the composite unique properties.However, within the composite you can easily tell the different materials apart as they do not dissolve or blend into each other.

Technofist is one of the leading project institute for implementing new ideas on composite materials based technology. If you have questions regarding these projects feel free to ask them in the replies below. You will get abstract for every topic.This projects created by mechanical experts in technofist Bangalore.

TCM001
DEVELOPMENT OF COMPOSITE USING CHOPPED E GLASS AND 360 GSM E GLASS

ABSTRACTA hybrid composite is a combination of two or more different types of fibre in which one type of fibre balance the deficiency of another fibre. Composites of various compositions with three different fibre orientation (0°, 30° and 40°) are fabricated using simple hand lay-up technique. It has been observed that there is a significant effect of fibre loading and orientation on the performance of jute/glass fibre reinforced epoxy based hybrid composites. The developed hybrid composites undergo different kinds of tests. The result shows hybrid composites having good strength and stiffness compared to natural hybrid composites. The chopped e glass and 360 gsm is used for the development of the composite material using resin and hardner. Contact:
 +91-9008001602
 080-40969981

TCM002
DEVELOPMENT OF COMPOSITE USING COCONUT COIR AND EPOXY RESIN

ABSTRACTIt is desired to produce low cost, high quality, sustainable and environmental friendly materials. It has been found from the researched study that the lower mechanical properties and poor compatibility between polymer matrix and fibers. Composite materials are one of the most favoured solutions to this problem in the field. We have used coconut coir that is pretreated with chemical and is used in developing the composite material. Contact:
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 080-40969981

TCM003
DEVELOPMENT OF E GLASS JUTE EPOXY REINFORCED NATURAL HYBRID COMPOSITE

ABSTRACTComposites cannot be made from constituents with divergent linear expansion characteristics. Choice of fabrication method depends on matrix properties and the effect of matrix on properties of reinforcements. It is desired to produce low cost, high quality, sustainable and environmental friendly materials. It has been found from the researched study that the lower mechanical properties and poor compatibility between polymer matrix and fibers. E GLASS and JUTE are used in the process and are developed using hand lay up technique . angle orientation is done during the lay up technique. Contact:
 +91-9008001602
 080-40969981

TCM004
DEVELOPMENT OF EGLASS AND RUBBER POWDER COMPOSITE MATERIAL

ABSTRACTNow-a-days, the natural fibres from renewable natural resources offer the potential to act as a reinforcing material for polymer composites alternative to the use of glass, carbon and other man-made fibres. A hybrid composite is a combination of two or more different types of fibre in which one type of fibre balance the deficiency of another fibre. Composites of various compositions with three different fibre 0, 5, 10 , 15 percentages are fabricated using simple hand lay-up technique. It has been observed that there is a significant effect of fibre loading and percentage on the performance of composites. The developed composites undergo different kinds of tests. The result shows composites having good strength and stiffness compared to natural hybrid composites. Contact:
 +91-9008001602
 080-40969981

TCM005
DEVELOPMENT OF E GLASS AND CHICKEN FEATHER COMPOSITE

ABSTRACTNow-a-days, the natural fibres from renewable natural resources offer the potential to act as a reinforcing material for polymer composites alternative to the use of glass, carbon and other man-made fibres. A hybrid composite is a combination of two or more different types of fibre in which one type of fibre balance the deficiency of another fibre. Composites of various compositions with three different fibre 0, 5, 10 , 15 percentages are fabricated using simple hand lay-up technique. It has been observed that there is a significant effect of fibre loading and percentage on the performance of composites. The developed composites undergo different kinds of tests. The result shows composites having good strength and stiffness compared to natural hybrid composites. Keywords: Renewable, Mechanical Properties, filler material ratios. Contact:
 +91-9008001602
 080-40969981

TCM006
DEVELOPMENT OF COMPOSITE MATERIAL USING E GLASS AND E WASTE MATERIL

ABSTRACT The main concern of this review will be to examine the causes of degradation of polymeric components from the completion of fabrication to ultimate failure. Composites of various compositions with three different filler material orientation as 0,5 and 10 percentage are fabricated using simple hand lay-up technique. It has been observed that there is a significant effect of fibre loading and orientation on the performance of eglass fibre reinforced epoxy based hybrid composites. The developed hybrid composites undergo different kinds of tests. The result shows hybrid composites having good strength and stiffness compared to natural hybrid composites.Contact:
 +91-9008001602
 080-40969981

TCM007
DEVELOPMENT OF COMPOSITE MATERIAL USING SUGARCANE BAGASSE, SISAL AND JUTE MATERIAL WITH ANGLE ORIENTATION

ABSTRACTComposites of various compositions with three different fibre orientation (0°, 30° and 40°) are fabricated using simple hand lay-up technique. It has been observed that there is a significant effect of fibre loading and orientation on the performance of jute/glass fibre reinforced epoxy based hybrid composites. The developed hybrid composites undergo different kinds of tests. The result shows hybrid composites having good strength and stiffness compared to natural hybrid composites.Contact:
 +91-9008001602
 080-40969981

 

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