CSMS researcher Khwaja Hossain, Professor of Biology at Mayville State University, presented on his wheat bran fiber research at the 7th International Conference on Smart Materials and Sustainable Technologies held April 8th and 9th in Toronto, Canada.
Hossain’s research looks at the characteristics of wheat bran fiber and its potential to be a viable resource in thermoplastic biocomposites. Using wheat bran fiber in thermoplastic biocomposites offers several benefits including its being environmentally-friendly, reusable and recyclable.
Research into wheat bran fibers as a biobased alternative is just one of the materials being researched by Hossain and CSMS researcher Chad Ulven, Professer in Mechanical Engineering at North Dakota State University. Read more here about Hossain’s presentation in a post by Mayville State University.
Hossain’s publications include:
- Rahman, A., Ulven, C. A., Johnson, M. A., Durant, C., & Hossain, K. G. (2017). Pretreatment of Wheat Bran for Suitable Reinforcement in Biocomposites. Journal of Renewable Materials, 5(Suppl 1), 62–73.
- Rahman, Atikur; Ulven, Chad; Durant, Cheyenne; Johnson, Maren; Fehrenbach, Joseph; Hossain, Khwaja. (2017). Selection, Pretreatment, and Use of Wheat Bran for Making Thermoplastic Composite. Presented at the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers Annual Meeting (ASABE), 2017. Retrieved from http://elibrary.asabe.org/azdez.asp?JID=5&AID=48030&CID=spo2017&v=&i=&T=1&refer=7&access=&dabs=Y
- Hossain, K.G. (2019). Wheat Bran Fibers as Resources for Industries. Presented at the 7th International Conference on Smart Materials and Sustainable Technologies, 2019. Retrieved from https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Kingsley_Ukhurebor/publication/333080057_Smart_Materials_and_Sustainable_Technologies/links/5cda843fa6fdccc9ddaac05a/Smart-Materials-and-Sustainable-Technologies.pdf?origin=publication_detail
Other publications by CSMS researchers can be found on the CSMS publications page https://csms-ndsu.org/publications/publications_by_year/