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This poor adhesion can also be explained due to the hydrophilic nature of cellulose and the hydrophobic property of HDPE. Figure 8 displays the typical curves of flexural strength vs. In flexion, a different post-peak behavior is observed when sisal fibers are added to recycled HDPE matrix. No significant change in the flexural modulus of elasticity was observed.


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This was expected since the process of heat and cooling degrades thermoplastic materials. Untreated and treated sisal fibers contribute to increase both tensile and flexural properties of virgin HDPE. Recycled HDPE must be completely clean from any substance that can contaminate the post consumer process. The present work showed the usefulness of sisal fiber as reinforcement to recycled high density polyethylene HDPE matrix.

This decrease can be attributed to no fiber surface treatment or oil residue in the matrix.

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The composites become less ductile as sisal fiber content is increased in tension. The modulus of elasticity is unaltered for all sisal fibers percentages. Further work must be done related to fiber surface treatment and residue elimination in recycled HDPE to improve mechanical properties. Waste Management. European Environmental Agency.

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Dimensional stability and mechanical behaviour of wood-plastic composites based on recycled and virgin high-density polyethylene HDPE. Composites part : B. Composites part: A. Polymer Degradation and Stability. Mercerization of sisal fibers: Effect o tension on mechanical properties of sisal fiber and fiber-reinforced composites.