Characterization of a Material Based on Short Natural Fique Fibers

María A. Navacerrada, César Díaz, Patricia Fernández

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    Fique is a biodegradable natural fiber derived from the Colombian Agavaceae family, originating in tropical America and traditionally used for the manufacture of packaging and cordages. Today, however, new uses are being developed. To meet the need for new good-quality, sustainable, low-cost construction materials for social housing, construction materials have been produced that combine different kinds of natural fibers, including fique, to improve their strength and physical properties. To assess these potential new construction materials made with fique fiber, we have characterized samples of different grammages and thicknesses manufactured using short fique fibers extracted from long fibers. We have measured the sound absorption coefficient at normal incidence in an impedance tube, air flow resistivity, and thermal conductivity as a function of grammage.

    Idioma originalInglés
    Páginas (desde-hasta)3480-3496
    Número de páginas17
    PublicaciónBioResources
    Volumen9
    N.º2
    DOI
    EstadoPublicada - may. 2014

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