Researchers, engineers, and scientists have
recently become interest in naturally available filaments
due to their suitability as a respond in a way for fiber
reinforced composites. Low cost, good mechanical
qualities, non-abrasive, and biodegradable features,
utilized as a substitute for conventional fibred. The
interfacial bond between material and the fibers is what
determines the tractable characteristics of typical fiber
reinforced composites. The effects of fiber length,
chemical treatments of long areca fibers, and the
influence of Maceration just on strength properties of
shorter and longer areca fibers, but also areca husk, are
all discussed in this article.
Natural composites Fiber; reinforced composites; Areca nut fiber; Mechanical properties; Chemical treatment.