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Analyzing the Material Removal Rate of 15% Pineapple Fiber and 5% Novel Nano Carbon Particles Made of Custard Apple Seeds Reinforced Hybrid Epoxy Composites During Drilling Process

Chamidireddy Venkata Bhanu Prakash Reddy and Dharmalingam Satish Kumar

Abstract

Aim: This process’s main objective is to evaluate the material removal rate (MRR) of cutting-edge hybrid epoxy composites reinforced with sustainable natural fiber (15%) and nanosized carbon particles (5%) to simple epoxy.
Methodology: For both groups, the samples were made using the hand lay-up method. According to the specifications, the samples were made, and drilling was carried out using a vertical CNC (computed numerical control) machine. With a pretest statistical power of 80%, a total of 20 trials were conducted to evaluate and compare the samples’ material removal rates.
Results: The clearance rate was assessed using t-independent testing and SPSS statistical software. Compared to group 2 (plain epoxy), group 1’s pineapple fiber mat’s nano carbon particles removed material on average at a rate of 0.4051 mm3 / sec as opposed to 0.1283 mm3 /sec. The mean variance of MRR differs between group 1 and group 2 based on the results of the t-test statistical analysis (significant of p = 0.001, which is p < 0.05). The two research groups differ significantly from one another. Conclusion: Within the confines of this study, it is obvious that using reinforcements like pineapple fiber and nano carbon particles has a big impact on increasing MRR.

Published on: October 20, 2023
doi: 10.17756/nwj.2023-s3-100
Citation: Reddy CVBP, Kumar DS. 2023. Analyzing the Material Removal Rate of 15% Pineapple Fiber and 5% Novel Nano Carbon Particles Made of Custard Apple Seeds Reinforced Hybrid Epoxy Composites During Drilling Process. NanoWorld J 9(S3): S556-S559.

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