thermal properties of the jute ï¬ber is presented in Figure1. The jute is the natural fibres which are also biodegradable and glass fibre is a synthetic fibre. EXPERIMENTAL 2.1 Materials Diospyros peregrina (Gaub) fruit was collected locally and cellulose-based Jute fibers were obtained from the Bangladesh Jute Research Institute (BJRI), Dhaka, Bangladesh. It is ranging from 2500 grams per square meter (gsm) to 3500 gsm. Alamgir Kabir 1, Farid Ahmed 1, Md. were prepared. Properties of seeds also have effect on the properties of jute. Dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA) and Thermo-gravimetric Analysis (TGA) were used to study the effect of layering sequence on the thermal properties of kenaf/jute hybrid composites. A significant improvement in thermal conductivity of jute fiber The physical and chemical properties of jute can vary depending on region. Jute sacks are used as thermal insulating material , and for domestic animals like cattle, goat, pet dog, etc. As far as the properties of jute fibre are concerned, it has both good characters as well as unwanted properties. After treatment, the ï¬ber samples were prepared and ï¬nally, thermal tests were performed and analyzed. The best mechanical properties of jute/PBS composites were achieved at 50wt% in this study, which showed an increase in tensile strength by 517.9%, tensile modulus by 3529.8%, flexural strength by 302.6%, and flexural modulus by 1949.1% compared with those of PBS resin. thermal stability of the fabricated composites. Recently different types of changes are brought in the properties of jute seeds. The natural fiber is used in the same matrix (unsaturated polyester) to make composites and the thermal conductivity of these hybrid composites was studied. Surface and thermal properties were subsequently characterized. Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy and scanning electron microscopy analysis were used to study the surface morphology. mechanical, thermo-mechanical, thermal, crystallization, and swelling properties of Jute fiber reinforced polymer composites. In recent years, natural fibers, such as jute has gained significant research interest in order to fabricate fiber reinforced polymer composites. 482 Optical, Electrical and Thermal Properties of Jute and Glass Fiber Reinforced LDPE Composites Arfin Jahan 1, M. Mahbubur Rahman 1, 2*, Humayun Kabir 1, Md. Jute fibers were chemically modified with benzene diazonium salt to increase their compatibility with the PE matrix. Poly- FT-IR and XRD analysis revealed that the alkalization process removed the binding constituents like lignin and hemicelluloses from raw jute ï¬ber, which resulted in a Abdul Gafur 3 1Department of Physics, Jahangirnagar University, Savar, Dhaka 1342, Bangladesh. Chemical treatments are generally carried out on the raw fibers for making composites with improved properties. This research focused on the dynamic mechanical and thermal properties of woven mat jute/kenaf/jute (J/K/J) and kenaf/jute/kenaf (K/J/K) hybrid composites. Abul Hossain 1, Md. Atmospheric condition and temperature has a great effect on the properties of jute. 2. The experimental results exposed that the hybridization process enhanced the properties of jute reinforced composites. Apart from these, it is the cheapest fibre crop available commercially in bulk quantities as of today. Sandwich structure of non-woven composite is produced by using a compressive hot pressing method. 2School of Engineering & Energy, Murdoch University, Murdoch, Western Australia 6150, ï1 ï1 ï1XVXVð1Zð1¡1 1 â¦ The middle portion of whole jute ï¬bers were cut and considered for three di erent chemical (RT, FT, and WT) treatments.