A Review on Properties of Natural Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composites: Effect of Gamma Radiation and Nano particles.
Materials comprised of a polymer matrix with natural fiber reinforcement are known as natural fiber reinforcement polymer composites (NFRCs). Scientists have recently become quite interested in these composite materials because they provide improved properties over conventional synthetic fiber reinforced polymer composites at a lower cost and with benefits to the environment. However, a number of factors, including gamma radiation exposure and the addition of nanoparticles, can impact the properties of NFRCs. This review will focus on the effects of gamma radiation and nanoparticles on the mechanical, thermal, and water-resistance properties of NFRCs. In order to help in the creation of new and improved NFRCs for diverse applications, this review seeks to provide a thorough understanding of the characteristics of NFRCs and how they might be impacted by gamma radiation and nanoparticles.
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