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Using steam thermolysis to recycle carbon fibres from composite waste

Abstract : In this article, Alpha Recyclage Composites presents a new steam thermolysis process to treat carbon fibre composites for recycling. The thermochemical process is used to recover the carbon fibres, which are then recycled into new thermoplastic composites. These second-generation materials possess mechanical properties that are comparable to those of materials made using virgin carbon fibres
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Maxime Boulanghien, Serge da Silva, Florentin Berthet, Gérard Bernhart, Yannick Soudais. Using steam thermolysis to recycle carbon fibres from composite waste. JEC Composites Magazine, JEC Group, 2015, p.68-70. ⟨hal-01691589⟩



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