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Fig. 1: Processing routes for composite fabrics from Bio- and INF staple fibres [4]zoom
Fig. 1: Processing routes for composite fabrics from Bio- and INF staple fibres [4]
Fig. 2: Hybrid yarns and unidirectional compositeszoom
Fig. 2: Hybrid yarns and unidirectional composites
Fig. 3: Processing routes for non-wovens from Bio- and INF- staple fibres [4]zoom
Fig. 3: Processing routes for non-wovens from Bio- and INF- staple fibres [4]
Fig. 4: Hybrid nonwovens and isotropic bio-compositeszoom
Fig. 4: Hybrid nonwovens and isotropic bio-composites
Fig 5: a) Mold designed for development of race car seat; b) Flax-PLA Nonwovens used to develop the composite; c) Molding process for development of composites; d) Form of the race car seat.zoom
Fig 5: a) Mold designed for development of race car seat; b) Flax-PLA Nonwovens used to develop the composite; c) Molding process for development of composites; d) Form of the race car seat.
 
 

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