Zinātniskās darbības atbalsta sistēma
Latviešu English

Publikācija: Analysis of the Renewable Fiber Properties and Uses in Scale of Latvia

Publikācijas veids Citas publikācijas konferenču (arī vietējo) ziņojumu izdevumos
Pamatdarbībai piesaistītais finansējums Nav zināms
Aizstāvēšana: ,
Publikācijas valoda English (en)
Nosaukums oriģinālvalodā Analysis of the Renewable Fiber Properties and Uses in Scale of Latvia
Pētniecības nozare 2. Inženierzinātnes un tehnoloģijas
Pētniecības apakšnozare 2.5. Materiālzinātne
Autori Veneranda Stramkale
Līga Freivalde
Silvija Kukle
Atslēgas vārdi renewable raw materials, hemp products
Anotācija A hemp fibers historically used for production of technical and textile fabrics. Untill now in Latvia hemp hasn’t grown for non-food industrial uses. Since today's world, including EU economy increasingly focuses on high-performance hemp which is a renewable raw material source for a wide range of products, also in Latvia is deliberate efficient hemp processing opportunities in innovative materials. Complex studies needed for the problem solving, required for successful assessment of obtaining potential raw material resources, first treatment power, etc. The first volumes of hemp of year 2008 and 2009, by testing sort of the Polish "Bialobzeskie", showed good straw yield, but the relatively low seed acquisition opportunities. Since hemp seeds account for a significant share of the cost of production is the need to get to know the local varieties of hemp agricultural, physical and mechanical properties, to make comparative analysis and evaluate their options for improving or use them as genetic material for creating new cultivars.
Atsauce Stramkale, V., Freivalde, L., Kukle, S. Analysis of the Renewable Fiber Properties and Uses in Scale of Latvia. No: 41st International Symposium on Novelties in Textiles 2010: Book of Symposium proceedings, Slovēnija, Ļubļana, 27.-29. maijs, 2010. Ļubļana: University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering, Department of Textiles, 2010, 300.-325.lpp. ISBN 978-961-6045-80-3.
ID 8817