Caracterizacion preliminar del estropajo
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Palabras clave

Luffa Cilyndrica
Fibra natural
Caracterización
Ignición Cilyndrica Luffa
Natural Fiber
Characterization
Fireproof

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Navarrete, L. F., Martínez, D. J., & Duarte, E. F. (2009). Caracterizacion preliminar del estropajo: "Luffa Cilyndrica" como posible materia prima para construcción. Avances: Investigación En Ingeniería, 1(11), 12–17. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.unilibre.edu.co/index.php/avances/article/view/2659

Resumen

La caracterización fisicoquímica preliminar de la “Luffacilyndrica”,contenido de humedad y cenizas,temperatura de descomposición y quemado ante laadición de diferentes reactivos en solución y que sepueden considerar con poder ignífugo, permitencontemplar la fibra natural como posible materia primanovedosa y versátil apta para la industria de laconstrucción liviana.

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