Processing Technique of Fiber-Based Composite Sound Absorbent/Thermal-Insulating Board


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The rapid advances in technology have driven people for seeking ways to improve the quality of their living environment. While excessive noise is more likely to affect people physically and psychologically such as tiredness, dulling of the senses, lack of concentration, and reduction in work efficiency, etc, therefore, noise suppression has become an important research issue. In this research, 7 D polyester staple fiber and 4 D low melting point fiber have been used to fabricate the polyethylene terephthalate (PET) fabric through the process of opening, blending, carding lining, lapping, and needle-punching. Meanwhile, the contents of low-melting point polyester fiber are varied as 10 wt%, 20 wt%, 30 wt%, 40 wt% and 50 wt% in PET fabric. The physical properties of PET fabrics are then evaluated after hot pressing process. Experimental results show that 50 wt% low-melting point polyester fiber is the best choice for PET fabric. Further, the techniques of lamination and multiple needle-punching are employed to make the PET/PP composite sound-absorbing board. A layer of polypropylene (PP) nonwoven selvages is placed between two layers of PET fabrics in the process of lamination. The PET/PP fibers casted into a mold are then put into a hot-air circulation oven around 170 °C for 10 minutes. Afterwards, the evaluation of PET/PP composite sound-absorbing board on sound absorption, flame resistance, thermal insulation, and relative mechanical properties is properly conducted.



Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 287-290)

Edited by:

Jinglong Bu, Pengcheng Wang, Liqun Ai, Xiaoming Sang, Yungang Li






J. H. Lin et al., "Processing Technique of Fiber-Based Composite Sound Absorbent/Thermal-Insulating Board", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 287-290, pp. 2677-2680, 2011

Online since:

July 2011




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