Natural fiber-reinforced composites have attracted great research and economic interests because of their outstanding ‘green’ characteristics compared with glass fiber-reinforced composites. But the superior resistance of glass fibers to environmental attack made glass-fiber-reinforced polymers more attractive for marine products and in the chemical and food industries. On the other hand, the manufacture, use and removal of traditional composite structures usually made of glass, carbon and aramid fibers are considered critically because of growing environmental conscious.
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