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JCR. 2020; 7(9): 2078-2087


NUMERICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ANALYSIS OF ACTIVATED CARBON FILLER ON THE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF WOOD COMPOSITES

FakroulRidzuan Hashim, M. Mazlan, M.N. Omar3, A. I. M. Shaiful,M.H.M.Amini,A.M. Lazim, M.F. Hamid, Pramod S. Kataraki, ABM Azhar, Zairi Ismael Rizman.

Abstract
This research is conducted by using numerical and experimental analysis of filler using
carbon as main material. The effect of carbon filler was studied to improve mechanical
properties of composite between plywood, medium density fibreboard (MDF). The properties
of wood composite are well known to have high strength, ductility, elasticity and high
modulus of rupture. The function of this filler are to fill the gap or void between particles of
atom in wood particles. The carbon is known to have high thermal, mechanical and high
hardness properties. The numerical and experimental analysis was using the same parameter
such as dimension of wood composite including the thickness, thermal conductivity, pressure
and force applied to the wood composite. The numerical analysis was using SolidWorks
software to simulation the modelling of the wood composite with all the parameter that been
used in experimental setup. The result of numerical analysis by using SolidWorks are in term
of stress, strain and displacement. The result between numerical and experimental analysis
has been compare to ensure the accuracy and validation of the result. It was found that the
different between numerical and experimental results are less than 10%. From the result, it
was found that medium density fibreboard (MDF) has the highest strength compare with
others wood composite material.

Key words: Activated Carbon Filler, Solidworks, Wood Composite, Mechanical Properties



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