Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.13091/3139
Title: Hybrid Composite Board Produced from Wood and Mineral Stone Wool Fibers
Authors: Akkuş, Memiş
Keywords: Hybrid composite
Mineral stone wool fibers
Technological properties
Wood fibers
Bending strength
Construction industry
Formaldehyde
Mineral wool
Sound insulating materials
Tensile strength
Thermal insulation
Urea
Urea formaldehyde resins
Water absorption
Wool
Yarn
Composite boards
Furniture production
Hybrid composites
Interior fitting
Mineral stone wool fiber
Stone wool
Stone wool fibers
Technological properties
Thickness swelling
Woodfiber
Minerals
Bend Strength
Formaldehyde
Mineral Wool
Tensile Strength
Thermal Insulation
Urea
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: North Carolina State University
Abstract: Wood fiberboards are used extensively, mainly in the fields of furniture production, interior fittings, construction, etc. Mineral stone wool materials are used for heat and sound insulation in the construction industry. This study aimed to produce a new hybrid-based composite material by mixing fibers obtained from wood and mineral stone wool. For this purpose, hybrid fiberboards with 50, 40, 30, and 20% stone wool addition and a fiberboard group consisting of 100% pine and beech fibers (control sample) were produced in a hot press using thermoset-based urea formaldehyde and phenol formaldehyde resins. Statistical comparisons of the results were made for values of density, thickness swelling, and water absorption extents after 24 h immersion, bending strength and modulus of elasticity in bending, tensile strength perpendicular to the board surface (internal bond strength), and time to ignition (TTI) analysis. Additionally, percentage of mass loss (PML), average heat release rate (A-HRR), average effective heat of combustion (A-EHC), and mass loss rate (MLR) were studied. The results showed that as the stone wool content in the produced boards increased, the mechanical properties and thickness swelling decreased. The combustion results showed that the combustion resistance of the boards increased with increasing stone wool ratio. © 2022, North Carolina State University. All rights reserved.
URI: https://doi.org/10.15376/biores.17.4.6245-6261
https://doi.org/10.15376/biores.17.4.6245-6261
https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.13091/3139
ISSN: 1930-2126
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