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- Sugar cane Bagasse fibre for sustainable manufacturing: an overview of applications
- Shu, Li; Berndt, C. C.; Hodzic, Alma
- Processing sugar cane generally produces one third of matted cellulose fibre residue known as bagasse, which may be used as an alternative natural resource for sustainable energy production. This paper evaluates current uses of bagasse, with the intention of presenting a broad background of bagasse fibre utilisation; its basic characteristics and properties; and a vision on further pathways whereby its use can be most realised.
- Publication type
- Conference paper
- Proceedings of 'Developments in Composites: Advanced, Instrastructural, Natural, and Nano-composites', the ACUN-5 International Composites Conference, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 11-14 July 2006 / Sri Bandyopadhyay, Qinghua Zeng, Christopher C. Berndt, Sami Rizkalla, N. Gowripalan and Janis Matisons (eds.), pp. 248-253
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- Bagasse; Biodegradable plastics; Cellular concrete; Cellulose
- University of New South Wales
- 9780733423635, 0733423639
- Copyright © 2006 ACUN-5.
- Peer reviewed