Yusrina Mat Daud
This page provides access to research works by Yusrina Mat Daud, currently a Senior Lecturer of School of Materials Engineering, Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP).
Skills and Expertise:Material Characterization,Materials,Nanomaterials,Mechanical Properties,Mechanical Behavior of Materials,Material Characteristics,Polymers Materials Processing,Advanced Materials,Mechanical Testing,Nanomaterials Synthesis Materials Testing,Materials Engineering,Composites,Nanocomposites,Scanning Electron Microscopy,Composite Material,Polymer Composites,Fiber,Elastomers,Compressive Strength,Epoxy Resins,Plastics Engineering,Silicate and Rubber.
The effect of chemical modification on properties of polypropylene/bagasse fiber composites compounding using two roll mill (Trans Tech Publications, 2013-03)This study is concerned on chemical modification of bagasse fiber (BF) filled polypropylene (PP) composites compounding using two roll mill. The fibers were chemically modified with different chemical treatment (alkaline, ...
(Trans Tech Publications, 2014)A review is given of polyolefins layered silicates nanocomposites. This group of commodity thermoplastic is widely used and gain a great attention among researcher now days for nanocomposite preparation with layered silicates ...
(Trans Tech Publications, 2013-12)This paper is focused to investigate the effect of treated natural fiber (typha latifolia) content on tensile and morphology properties of polylactic acid (PLA)/treated typha latifolia (T-TyLa) composites. The composite ...
A comparative study of polypropylene/chloroprene rubber and recycled polypropylene/chloroprene rubber blends (Universiti Malaysia Perlis (UniMAP)Centre for Graduate Studies, 2010-10-16)Blends of virgin and recycled polypropylene with chloroprene rubber have been prepared to compare the effect of blend ratio on mechanical properties and morphology of both virgin and recycled materials. The results showed ...
(Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM), 2010-09-26)Lignocellulosic polymer composites are supported new generation reinforcing materials. Hence, lignocelluloses make composite become more environmentally friendly.