Biocarbon Polymer Composites

Synergistic Effect of Bio-Nanocarbon Embedded Polymer Nanocomposite and its Applications

Author(s): Vandana Molahalli, Jasmine Joseph, Kiran Bijapur, Aman Sharma, Gowri Soman and Gurumurthy Hegde *

Pp: 1-34 (34)

DOI: 10.2174/9789815196689123010004

* (Excluding Mailing and Handling)


For applications involving sustainable materials, bio-nanocarbon was examined as a material to improve the properties of fiber-reinforced nano-biocomposite. A thorough investigation has been conducted using nano biocarbon as a filler and reinforcing material. However, the composite's inferior mechanical, physical, and thermal properties are a result of a poor fiber-matrix interface. As a result, in this study, biocarbon nanoparticles were created and used as functional components to enhance the properties of polymeric composite materials. To emphasize the scientific and technological issues that need to be resolved in order to create artificial composites with bio-inspired structures, recent studies of bio-inspired nano-carbon composites are discussed in this study. These include the production techniques for resolving the nanocarbon dispersion problem and creating bio-inspired structures, as well as the microstructure and composite characteristics characterization. In order to reveal natural design principles and serve as a resource for future research, bio-inspired composites and their applications are thoroughly examined and explained.

Keywords: Biocarbon, biochar, nano-biocomposite, nano-carbon, microstructure.

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