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Bamboo Fibres: Processing, Properties and Applications

K. Murugesh Babu, S. M. Chandrasekhara, B0BL34MS2D, 0323857825, 9780323857826, 978-0323857826, 9780323909266, 978-0323909266

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English | 2022 | PDF

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Bamboo Fibres: Processing, Properties, and Applications brings together best practices from key stages of bamboo production and  application, allowing readers to find new solutions for bamboo fibers.  Chapters on bamboo fiber characterization and properties show the full  range of functional uses of the material. When used as a replacement for  petrochemical-based synthetic fibers, this abundant and cheap  material/textile can significantly reduce the environmental impact of  textile products. This book is an invaluable resource for fiber  chemists, material scientists, fabric technologists, manufacturers, and  researchers interested in sustainable textiles.

Bamboo  fiber is a cellulosic fibre regenerated from the bamboo plant. It is  highly sustainable being fully biodegradable and has strength comparable  to conventional glass fibers. It has many other valuable  characteristics, being bacteriostatic, antifungal, antibacterial,  hypoallergenic, hydroscopic, a natural deodorizer, and resistant to  ultraviolet light. Furthermore, it is highly durable, stable and tough  and has substantial tensile strength. Due to its versatile properties,  bamboo fibers are already used in the textile industry to make garments,  in biomedical applications due to its antibacterial qualities, and many  other areas.

  • Explores  special technical properties of bamboo fibers, including antimicrobial,  bacteriostatic, antifungal, antibacterial, hypoallergenic, hydroscopic  and mechanical properties
  • Provides innovative knowledge on the production of bamboo fibers, including the blending of yarns and fabrics
  • Explains  the broader techno-economics of bamboo fiber production, covering the  social as well as environmental sustainability of the material