Evaluation of Binding Effects in Wood Flour Board Containing Ligno-Cellulose Nanofibers
AbstractWood-based materials are used extensively in residual construction worldwide. Most of the adhesives used in wood-based materials are derived from fossil resources, and some are not environmentally friendly. This study explores nanofiber technology as an alternative to such adhesives. Previous studies have shown that the three-dimensional binding effects of cellulose nanofiber (CNF), when mixed with wood flour, can significantly improve the physical and mechanical properties of wood flour board. In this study, ligno-cellulose nanofibers (LCNF) were fabricated by wet disk milling of wood flour. Composite boards of wood flour and LCNF were produced to investigate the binding effect(s) of LCNF. The fabrication of LCNF by disk milling was simple and effective, and its incorporation into wood flour board significantly enhanced the physical and mechanical properties of the board. View Full-Text
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Kojima, Y.; Isa, A.; Kobori, H.; Suzuki, S.; Ito, H.; Makise, R.; Okamoto, M. Evaluation of Binding Effects in Wood Flour Board Containing Ligno-Cellulose Nanofibers. Materials 2014, 7, 6853-6864.
Kojima Y, Isa A, Kobori H, Suzuki S, Ito H, Makise R, Okamoto M. Evaluation of Binding Effects in Wood Flour Board Containing Ligno-Cellulose Nanofibers. Materials. 2014; 7(9):6853-6864.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kojima, Yoichi; Isa, Akiko; Kobori, Hikaru; Suzuki, Shigehiko; Ito, Hirokazu; Makise, Rie; Okamoto, Masaki. 2014. "Evaluation of Binding Effects in Wood Flour Board Containing Ligno-Cellulose Nanofibers." Materials 7, no. 9: 6853-6864.