Authors: Sourav Kumar Das, Bulbul Ahmed, Rony Mia, Abu Bakar, Injamam Ul Huq,
Fiber reinforced composite (FRC) requires a process of grinding, mixing and compounding natural fibers from cellulosic waste streams into a polymer matrix that creates a high-strength fiber composite. In this situation, the specified waste or base raw materials used are the waste thermoplastics and different types of cellulosic waste including rice husk and saw dust. FRC is a high-performance fiber composite achieved and made possible through a proprietary molecular re-engineering process by interlinking cellulosic fiber molecules with resins in the FRC material matrix, resulting in a product of exceptional structural properties. In this feat of molecular re-engineering, selected physical and structural properties of wood are effectively cloned and obtained in the FRC component, in addition to other essential qualities in order to produce superior performance properties to conventional wood. The dynamic characteristics of composite structures are largely extracted from the reinforcing of fibres. The fiber, held in place by the matrix resin, contributes to tensile strength in a composite, enhancing the performance properties in the final part, such as strength and rigidity, while minimizing weight. The advantages of composite materials always beat down their disadvantages. In this analysis, we tried to find out FRC advance manufacturing, recycling technology and future perspective for mankind and next generation development. This research will bring a new horizon for future science with FRC technology and every aspect of modern science which will bring a stable dimensional stability by recycling process with minimizing waste for environment and next generation science.
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