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Development of Engineered Acoustically Tunable Lightweight Automotive Components Utilizing Waste Fiber/Yarn
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2003-05-12)
This paper presents a case study of utilizing waste streams from diverse fiber/yarn products to create engineered automotive acoustic components. Cost, weight, acoustic performance and recyclabiHty are important attributes ...
Compounds and Products from Carpet and Tire Waste
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 2003-05-13)
Compounds containing crumb tire rubber and 40-60% carpet scrap have been developed. They can be cured with peroxides in compression molding process to produce thermoset plastic products of varying flexibility, such as roof ...