His main research concerns Composite material, Ultimate tensile strength, Polypropylene, Pulp and Cellulose. His is doing research in Cellulose fiber, Composite number, Absorption of water, Polymer and Natural fiber, both of which are found in Composite material. His Ultimate tensile strength study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Fiber, Flexural strength and Young's modulus.
His Polypropylene research includes themes of Isocyanate, Polystyrene, Coupling, Glass fiber and Reinforcement. His Pulp research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Nanocellulose, Papermaking and Magazine. His Cellulose research includes elements of Chemical pulping, Lignin, Sodium hydroxide and Nanotechnology.
His primary areas of study are Composite material, Ultimate tensile strength, Polypropylene, Pulp and Cellulose. His work in Composite number, Fiber, Glass fiber, Micromechanics and Natural fiber are all subfields of Composite material research. His Ultimate tensile strength study which covers Flexural strength that intersects with Izod impact strength test.
The concepts of his Polypropylene study are interwoven with issues in Young's modulus, Modulus, Reinforcement and Polymer. His studies deal with areas such as Kraft paper and Papermaking as well as Pulp. His Cellulose research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Nanofiber and Nanocomposite.
His primary scientific interests are in Composite material, Ultimate tensile strength, Nanofiber, Polypropylene and Cellulose. His study in Micromechanics, Composite number, Glass fiber, Fiber and Flexural strength falls within the category of Composite material. Pere Mutjé studied Ultimate tensile strength and Bioplastic that intersect with Microstructure, Biodegradable plastic, Biodegradation and Extrusion.
Pere Mutjé has included themes like Pulp, Papermaking, Pulp and paper industry and Scanning electron microscope in his Nanofiber study. Pere Mutjé combines subjects such as Corn stover, Polymer, Reinforcement, Coupling and Izod impact strength test with his study of Polypropylene. The Nanocellulose research Pere Mutjé does as part of his general Cellulose study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Air permeability specific surface, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
Pere Mutjé mainly investigates Composite material, Ultimate tensile strength, Polypropylene, Nanofiber and Pulp and paper industry. As part of his studies on Composite material, Pere Mutjé often connects relevant areas like Lignin. His study in Ultimate tensile strength is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Plastics extrusion and Polyethylene.
The Polypropylene study combines topics in areas such as Polyamide, Absorption of water, Polymer, Glass fiber and Reinforcement. His Nanofiber study incorporates themes from Nanoparticle, Scanning electron microscope, Biosensor, STRIPS and Optoelectronics. Pere Mutjé works mostly in the field of Pulp and paper industry, limiting it down to topics relating to Cellulose and, in certain cases, Papermaking and Pulp, as a part of the same area of interest.
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Chemical modification of jute fibers for the production of green-composites.
F. Corrales;F. Vilaseca;M. Llop;J. Gironès.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2007)
NANOFIBRILLATED CELLULOSE AS PAPER ADDITIVE IN EUCALYPTUS PULPS
Israel González;Sami Boufi;Maria Angels Pèlach;Manel Alcalà.
Nanofibrillated cellulose as an additive in papermaking process: A review
Sami Boufi;Israel González;Marc Delgado-Aguilar;Quim Tarrès.
Carbohydrate Polymers (2016)
Non-woody plants as raw materials for production of microfibrillated cellulose (MFC): A comparative study
Sabrine Alila;Iskander Besbes;Manuel Rei Vilar;Pere Mutjé.
Industrial Crops and Products (2013)
Composite materials derived from biodegradable starch polymer and jute strands
F. Vilaseca;J.A. Mendez;A. Pèlach;M. Llop.
Process Biochemistry (2007)
Biocomposites from abaca strands and polypropylene. Part I: Evaluation of the tensile properties.
Fabiola Vilaseca;Alex Valadez-Gonzalez;Pedro J. Herrera-Franco;M. Àngels Pèlach.
Bioresource Technology (2010)
Natural fiber-reinforced thermoplastic starch composites obtained by melt processing
J. Gironès;J.P. López;P. Mutjé;A.J.F. Carvalho.
Composites Science and Technology (2012)
Key role of the hemicellulose content and the cell morphology on the nanofibrillation effectiveness of cellulose pulps
Ashraf Chaker;Sabrine Alila;Pere Mutjé;Manuel Rei Vilar.
Full exploitation of Cannabis sativa as reinforcement/filler of thermoplastic composite materials
P. Mutjé;A. Lòpez;M.E. Vallejos;J.P. López.
Composites Part A-applied Science and Manufacturing (2007)
Influence of coupling agents in the preparation of polypropylene composites reinforced with recycled fibers
E. Franco-Marquès;J.A. Méndez;M.A. Pèlach;F. Vilaseca.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2011)
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