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Systemic Circular Economy Solutions for Fiber Reinforced Composites

Systemic Circular Economy Solutions for Fiber Reinforced Composites

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This open access book provides an overview of the work undertaken within the FiberEUse project, which developed solutions enhancing the profitability of composite recycling and reuse in value-added products, with a cross-sectorial approach. Glass and carbon fiber reinforced polymers, or composites, are increasingly used as structural materials in many manufacturing sectors like transport, constructions and energy due to their better lightweight and corrosion resistance compared to metals. However, composite recycling is still a challenge since no significant added value in the recycling and reprocessing of composites is demonstrated. FiberEUse developed innovative solutions and business models towards sustainable Circular Economy solutions for post-use composite-made products. Three strategies are presented, namely mechanical recycling of short fibers, thermal recycling of long fibers and modular car parts design for sustainable disassembly and remanufacturing. The validation of the FiberEUse approach within eight industrial demonstrators shows the potentials towards new Circular Economy value-chains for composite materials.

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Keywords

  • Co-design of creative products
  • composite recycling
  • composite reformulation
  • composite repair
  • demanufacturing processes
  • Energy technology & engineering
  • FiberEUse project
  • Materials science
  • Mechanical engineering & materials
  • Production engineering
  • remanufacturing
  • sustainability
  • Technology, engineering, agriculture
  • The environment
  • value-chain integration

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DOI: 10.1007/978-3-031-22352-5

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