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Development of Engineered Acoustically Tunable Lightweight Automotive Components Utilizing Waste Fiber/Yarn

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Khambete, Surendra
Mehta, Sandip
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This paper presents a case study of utilizing waste streams from diverse fiber/yarn products to create engineered automotive acoustic components. Cost, weight, acoustic performance and recyclabiHty are important attributes in the automotive industry. Creating engineered products from waste streams requires a systematic approach, which takes into account factors such as material properties, material handling, process and logistics.
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2003-05-12
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