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New renewable and biodegradable fiberboards from a coriander press cake

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New fiberboards were manufactured from a coriander cake through thermo-pressing, and the influence of thermo-pressing conditions (temperature, pressure and time) on the boards' mechanical properties, their thickness swelling and their water absorption was evaluated. Because the protein glass transition systematically occurred during molding, this resulted in effective wetting of the fibers. Consequently, all boards were cohesive, with proteins and fibers acting as binder and reinforcing fillers, respectively. Flexural properties were influenced by all tested conditions, and the optimal board was molded at 200 degrees C temperature, 36.8 MPa pressure and 180 s time. Its flexural strength at break and its elastic modulus were 11.3 MPa and 2.6 GPa, respectively, with the highest surface hardness of the entire study. Simultaneously, thickness swelling and water absorption were low: 51% and 33%, respectively. This board would be applicable as pallet interlayer sheeting for the manufacture of containers or furniture or in the building trade.
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Coriander press cake, fiberboard, lignocellulosic fibers, proteins, thermo-pressing, TWIN-SCREW EXTRUDER, SUNFLOWER WHOLE-PLANT, OPERATING-CONDITIONS, AQUEOUS EXTRACTION, OIL EXTRACTION, SEEDS, FEASIBILITY, CONFIGURATION, BIOCOMPOSITES, BIOREFINERY

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Uitterhaegen, Evelien et al. “New Renewable and Biodegradable Fiberboards from a Coriander Press Cake.” JOURNAL OF RENEWABLE MATERIALS 4.3 (2016): 225–238. Print.
APA
Uitterhaegen, E., Nguyen, Q. H., Merah, O., Stevens, C., Talou, T., Rigal, L., & Evon, P. (2016). New renewable and biodegradable fiberboards from a coriander press cake. JOURNAL OF RENEWABLE MATERIALS, 4(3), 225–238.
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Uitterhaegen, Evelien, Quang Hung Nguyen, Othmane Merah, Christian Stevens, Thierry Talou, Luc Rigal, and Philippe Evon. 2016. “New Renewable and Biodegradable Fiberboards from a Coriander Press Cake.” Journal of Renewable Materials 4 (3): 225–238.
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Uitterhaegen, Evelien, Quang Hung Nguyen, Othmane Merah, Christian Stevens, Thierry Talou, Luc Rigal, and Philippe Evon. 2016. “New Renewable and Biodegradable Fiberboards from a Coriander Press Cake.” Journal of Renewable Materials 4 (3): 225–238.
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Uitterhaegen E, Nguyen QH, Merah O, Stevens C, Talou T, Rigal L, et al. New renewable and biodegradable fiberboards from a coriander press cake. JOURNAL OF RENEWABLE MATERIALS. 2016;4(3):225–38.
IEEE
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E. Uitterhaegen et al., “New renewable and biodegradable fiberboards from a coriander press cake,” JOURNAL OF RENEWABLE MATERIALS, vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 225–238, 2016.
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  author       = {Uitterhaegen, Evelien and Nguyen, Quang Hung and Merah, Othmane and Stevens, Christian and Talou, Thierry and Rigal, Luc and Evon, Philippe},
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  journal      = {JOURNAL OF RENEWABLE MATERIALS},
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  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {225--238},
  title        = {New renewable and biodegradable fiberboards from a coriander press cake},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.7569/JRM.2015.634120},
  volume       = {4},
  year         = {2016},
}

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