The present proposal is focused on the chemical recycling of the bioepoxy matrices for composite. The approach I propose in this article is aimed to bridge the gap between the industrial and academic development by focusing on those methods which are most relevant from a technological, sustainable and economic point of view. The project aims to develop, characterize and evaluate a possible use of an eco-friendly and recoverable chemically epoxy resin, used with a recycled reinforcing carbon fibres, with the aim of obtaining a mechanically performing and completely green composite. Differences between composite specimens made with classic epoxy resin matrix and bio-based epoxy resin formulation respectively, both reinforced with recycled carbon fibres, will be analysed. Then, it will be evaluated which mechanical properties can be achieved by the completely green composite. Several characterization techniques supported by mechanical testing and dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA) will be used.

Green2 composite: green resin for green composite

Ilaria Rossitti
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Matteo Sambucci;Marco Valente
2022

Abstract

The present proposal is focused on the chemical recycling of the bioepoxy matrices for composite. The approach I propose in this article is aimed to bridge the gap between the industrial and academic development by focusing on those methods which are most relevant from a technological, sustainable and economic point of view. The project aims to develop, characterize and evaluate a possible use of an eco-friendly and recoverable chemically epoxy resin, used with a recycled reinforcing carbon fibres, with the aim of obtaining a mechanically performing and completely green composite. Differences between composite specimens made with classic epoxy resin matrix and bio-based epoxy resin formulation respectively, both reinforced with recycled carbon fibres, will be analysed. Then, it will be evaluated which mechanical properties can be achieved by the completely green composite. Several characterization techniques supported by mechanical testing and dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA) will be used.
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