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Use of Recycled (Carbon) Fibers in Wetlaidnonwovens

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Use of Recycled (Carbon) Fibers in Wetlaidnonwovens – Current Status, Potentials and Ongoing Research Efforts

 

The wet lay process is one route of transforming recycled reinforcing fibers, mainly carbon fibers, in a processible raw material – a nonwoven. The process itself and the subsequent transformation into a composite show high potentials and severe restrictions at the same time. Economic production combined with good processability and good surface appearance are some of the advantages. Limited fiber volume content and limited drapeability are its main drawbacks. The paper reviews these distinct features with a focus on drapeability. Ongoing research efforts are highlighted in these respects.

 

Authors: Alex Schwingenschloegl, Angelika Endres, Tobias Harbers, Claus Lütke, Daniel Teufl

 

Conference: CAMX 2016 – Anaheim

 

SKU/Code: TP16-0023

 

Pages: 14




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