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Natural fibres such as sisal, jute, coir, oil palm fibre have all been proved to be good reinforcement in thermoset and thermoplastic matrices (Varma et al. 1989;Joseph et al. 1996;Sreekala et al ,Oil Palm Biomass and its Composites: Potential Applications in Automotive, Constructions, Aerospace and Packaging Industries Dr. Mohammad Jawaid, Universiti Putra Malaysia – Malaysia 09:30 – 10:00 Keynote 5 A Tough Nut to Crack! Integrated Considerations in Developing a Successful By-product Value Chain; Lessons from Coir Fiber.

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Abstract. The effects of chlorite bleaching on the properties of cellulose derived from oil palm empty fruit bunch (OPEFB) fiber were investigated in this work. Cellulose was extracted from oil palm empty fruit bunch fiber via chlorite bleaching, alkali treatment, and acid hydrolysis. Cellulose was extracted by varying the bleaching duration ,The decline of the coir fiber industry in Sri Lanka, which brings valuable foreign exchange, has been a subject of concern as Sri Lanka is a main supplier of coir fiber to the world market.

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Coir pith processing is a recent development utilising the waste from the traditional industry of coir fibre extraction. It economically supports the coir fibre industry in India and Sri Lanka. The coconut is very important to the cultures of India and Sri Lanka (see section 3.3.9.). ,Copra output in 1985 exceeded 4,000 tons. The coir fibres found between the husk and the outer shell of a coconut are usually discarded as waste only a small amount were used for making mattress. The importation of synthetic foams mattresses has completely replaced the use of coir in Trinidad and Tobago. 2.1 Structure of the coir fibre. Coir

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Oil Palm Biomass and its Composites: Potential Applications in Automotive, Constructions, Aerospace and Packaging Industries Dr. Mohammad Jawaid, Universiti Putra Malaysia – Malaysia 09:30 – 10:00 Keynote 5 A Tough Nut to Crack! Integrated Considerations in Developing a Successful By-product Value Chain; Lessons from Coir Fiber. ,Natural fibres such as sisal, jute, coir, oil palm fibre have all been proved to be good reinforcement in thermoset and thermoplastic matrices (Varma et al. 1989;Joseph et al. 1996;Sreekala et al

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Evolution of palm oil mills into bio-refineries: Literature review on current and potential uses of residual biomass and effluents By norfatiha idris Palm oil and its wastes as bioenergy sources: a comprehensive review ,The decline of the coir fiber industry in Sri Lanka, which brings valuable foreign exchange, has been a subject of concern as Sri Lanka is a main supplier of coir fiber to the world market.

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Copra output in 1985 exceeded 4,000 tons. The coir fibres found between the husk and the outer shell of a coconut are usually discarded as waste only a small amount were used for making mattress. The importation of synthetic foams mattresses has completely replaced the use of coir in Trinidad and Tobago. 2.1 Structure of the coir fibre. Coir ,Coir pith processing is a recent development utilising the waste from the traditional industry of coir fibre extraction. It economically supports the coir fibre industry in India and Sri Lanka. The coconut is very important to the cultures of India and Sri Lanka (see section 3.3.9.).

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The empty fruit bunch fibre (EFB) was identified as the first of the series of standards on oil palm fibres because of logistic reasons. The EFB has the highest fibre yield and is the only material commercially utilised for fibre extraction but there are good potentials for the exploitation of the other two materials (oil palm fronds and trunks). ,Fibre occurring on the seed (raw cotton, java cotton) Phloem fibre (flax, ramie, hemp, jute) Tendon fibre from stem or leaves (Manila hemp, sisal hemp etc) Fibre occurring around the trunk (hemp palm) The fibre of fruit/ nut shells (coconut fibre – Coir) Cotton and Linen (made from Flax pant) are the most important among them.

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Oil Palm Biomass and its Composites: Potential Applications in Automotive, Constructions, Aerospace and Packaging Industries Dr. Mohammad Jawaid, Universiti Putra Malaysia – Malaysia 09:30 – 10:00 Keynote 5 A Tough Nut to Crack! Integrated Considerations in Developing a Successful By-product Value Chain; Lessons from Coir Fiber. ,The empty fruit bunch fibre (EFB) was identified as the first of the series of standards on oil palm fibres because of logistic reasons. The EFB has the highest fibre yield and is the only material commercially utilised for fibre extraction but there are good potentials for the exploitation of the other two materials (oil palm fronds and trunks).

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Evolution of palm oil mills into bio-refineries: Literature review on current and potential uses of residual biomass and effluents By norfatiha idris Palm oil and its wastes as bioenergy sources: a comprehensive review ,The advancement of laminated composite production from natural fiber hybrid with natural fiber has increase value-added bamboo and oil palm trunk (OPT) materials to produce green composites obtained from renewable sources. The research of hybrid is to determine the eventual forms of composites that are being designed in laminated bamboo strip

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Copra output in 1985 exceeded 4,000 tons. The coir fibres found between the husk and the outer shell of a coconut are usually discarded as waste only a small amount were used for making mattress. The importation of synthetic foams mattresses has completely replaced the use of coir in Trinidad and Tobago. 2.1 Structure of the coir fibre. Coir ,Fibre occurring on the seed (raw cotton, java cotton) Phloem fibre (flax, ramie, hemp, jute) Tendon fibre from stem or leaves (Manila hemp, sisal hemp etc) Fibre occurring around the trunk (hemp palm) The fibre of fruit/ nut shells (coconut fibre – Coir) Cotton and Linen (made from Flax pant) are the most important among them.

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The first palm oil plantation were established in Indonesia in the early 1900's in North Sumatra. The development of the palm oil industry and its subsequent plantations is very rapid, especially in the last 10 years and it is currently estimated that the area of Indonesian palm oil plantations reaches 15 million hectares. ,Feasibility Study of the Bangus Business. The coconut palm provides a substantial export income for many tropical countries, as well as food and drink for home consumption and fuel and shelter. Of the exported products, copra, the dried kernel, is a major source of vegetable oil and coconut oil, and shredded and dried kernel is widely used in

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