Widi, Komang Astana and Djiwo, Soeparno and Sujana, Wayan (2012) UTILIZATION OF NEW NATURAL FIBER AS COMPOSITE MATERIALS BASED ON ARCHITECTURE PRODUCTS DESIGN. In: The International Conference on Sustainable Development, bali.

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Utilization of natural fibers as strengthened in composite materials as new products have a great chance to replace metal, wood and ceramic products. Interior panel products for example, nowdays is not only focused on their qualities but also on the art and aesthetics appearance should be considered as innovative products. It is based on the market demand in which artistic value is needed. Natural fiber spinosa thund is a new fiber that offers the value of art with its natural properties will provide comfort for anyone who uses this natural product. The existence of market competition and the increasing needs of society both to load and use in terms of art / aesthetics that is necessary to improve the quality of these raw materials (increased lifespan) so as to enhance industrial productivity, may improve the welfare of Indonesian industrial society in addition to employment Indonesian farmers for fiber processing. Natural fibers utilization research has been done since several years ago but only a few natural fibers that can be produced such as kenaf and hemp fibers that can be applied safely for automotive products. Natural fibers utilization research on spinosa thund has been conducted by researchers since the last two years and is currently developed applications on products and wall panels art tiles. Generally, the wall tiles is made by materials such as porcelain, clay or ceramic glaze. In this case the researchers made the product wall tiles with composite materials in the design process variable polyester fiber orientation spinosa thud. Polyester resin was used polyester BQTN 108-EX. In this case the Licuala spinosa thund fiber is a natural fiber derived from plants belonging to the Licuala spinosa thund Arccaccae or Palmae family. Preparation of speciment test forms depend on standard products which is available in the market. Performance of these products will be investigated based on their load (impact and flexure strength) versus fibers orientation design. From the analysis of tests on model design fiber orientation, straight and oblique showed that the highest impact strength against shock loads obtained in the two direction layer (0 and 90 degree) fiber orientation (0.0033 (Joule/mm2) this is the case for bending strength best designs obtained is not same orientation (6, 44 Mpa on 45 degree fibers orientation). This orientation is the most artistic and easieast to control their design. The quality of composite fibers depend on their fabrication process (fibers treatment and manual hand lay up methods).

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: wall tiles (wall tiles), Polyester resin BQTN 108-EX, Licuala spinosa thund fiber.
Subjects: Engineering > Mechanical Engineering
Divisions: Fakultas Teknologi Industri > Teknik Mesin S1
Depositing User: Mr Sayekti Aditya Endra
Date Deposited: 18 Jul 2019 06:19
Last Modified: 19 Jul 2019 02:00
URI: http://eprints.itn.ac.id/id/eprint/3627

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