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Authors:  (Vitali T. Lipik, Marc J. M. Abadie, University Montpelier 2, France, and others)
Abstract:
In this work, the optimum parameters for manufacturing technique of composite
materials, based on various woods and polymers, are developed. These composite
materials are intended to be used for furniture industry, knifes handles and figurine.
Beech (Fagus silvatica), poplar (Populus alba) and rosewood (Pterocarpus indicus) were
used as the object of research. Epoxy, styrene and tripropylene glycol acrylate were taken
as monomers for making the composites. Several parameters of the manufacturing
technique, including type of initiator for polymerization and its quantity, have been
varied for optimum value.
The manufacturing technique of composite material includes the extraction of wood
by solvent to increase the size of pores and to obtain better filling of wood with the
polymer. It has been established that methanol washes away the largest amount of
substances from the wood. After extraction, the wood was exposed to vacuum drying and
filled with initiator-containing monomer. Afterwards, the pressure was increased to
improve the filling of wood with monomer. The final stage of technique was the increase
of temperature and polymerization. 


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