Biobased composites

Biobased composites are fibre-reinforced materials that are partly or completely made from renewable raw materials. Both the matrix material and the fibre reinforcement can have natural origins. Biobased composites are used in the construction industry, automotive sector and in electronics casings. Composites materials are strong and stiff, and retain these characteristics at high temperatures. Benefits of using composites instead of metals, for instance, include their low weight, long lifespan and low maintenance costs. These biobased materials can be used as long or short fibres, non-wovens and fabrics.

  • Matrix materials and additives
  • Nanocomposites with Biodegradable Polymers
  • Biofibres and biocomposites
  • Biomedical Applications of Polymer Composites
  • Commercial biobased composites
  • Composition and Structure

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