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无胶秸秆基纤维板的研究进展

苏琼 卢新宇 石小琴 聂宏杰 张平 王彦斌

苏琼, 卢新宇, 石小琴, 等. 无胶秸秆基纤维板的研究进展[J]. 复合材料学报, 2024, 41(4): 1750-1763. doi: 10.13801/j.cnki.fhclxb.20230907.002
引用本文: 苏琼, 卢新宇, 石小琴, 等. 无胶秸秆基纤维板的研究进展[J]. 复合材料学报, 2024, 41(4): 1750-1763. doi: 10.13801/j.cnki.fhclxb.20230907.002
SU Qiong, LU Xinyu, SHI Xiaoqin, et al. Research progress of glue-free fiberboard based on straw[J]. Acta Materiae Compositae Sinica, 2024, 41(4): 1750-1763. doi: 10.13801/j.cnki.fhclxb.20230907.002
Citation: SU Qiong, LU Xinyu, SHI Xiaoqin, et al. Research progress of glue-free fiberboard based on straw[J]. Acta Materiae Compositae Sinica, 2024, 41(4): 1750-1763. doi: 10.13801/j.cnki.fhclxb.20230907.002

无胶秸秆基纤维板的研究进展

doi: 10.13801/j.cnki.fhclxb.20230907.002
基金项目: 国家自然科学基金(21968032;22165025);甘肃省科技计划项目(20YF8FA045);中央高校基本科研业务费项目(31920220044;31920230003;31920230022;31920230023);西北民族大学化学学科创新团队(1110130139;1110130141);省级一流专业建设(2019SJYLZY-08);甘肃省高校创新创业教育改革项目(2021SJCXCYXM-01;2021SJCXCYTD-01)
详细信息
    通讯作者:

    王彦斌,博士,教授,博士生导师,研究方向为生物质复合材料 E-mail: ybwang@126.com

  • 中图分类号: TQ35;TB332

Research progress of glue-free fiberboard based on straw

Funds: National Natural Science Foundation of China (21968032; 22165025); Gansu Provincial Science and Technology Program (20YF8FA045); Central Universities' Basic Scientific Research Expenses Program (31920220044; 31920230003; 31920230022; 31920230023); Northwest Minzu University Innovation Team in Chemistry Discipline (1110130139; 1110130141); Provincial First-class Professional Construction (2019SJYLZY-08); Gansu Provincial Universities Innovation and Entrepreneurship Education Reform Program (2021SJCXCYXM-01; 2021SJCXCYTD-01)
  • 摘要: 无胶秸秆基纤维板是生物质复合材料,具有无毒、可降解、可回收和可再生等特点。因其不消耗石油资源,有利于可持续发展,可替代部分木材应用于地板、建筑材料、家具、室内装修等领域。但对其制板机制及工艺的研究较欠缺,导致市场份额占比仍较低。本文综述了无胶秸秆基纤维板的自粘结机制和应用现状,分析了近年来无胶秸秆基纤维板的工艺进展,着重从纤维的预处理、纤维尺寸、工艺参数(压制时间、压力和温度)对无胶秸秆基纤维板性能的影响进行了系统综述,并对未来无胶秸秆纤维板的优化设计、大规模生产及推广应用进行了展望。

     

  • 图  1  自由基聚合的反应机制[13]

    Figure  1.  Reaction mechanism of free radical polymerization[13]

    图  2  无胶全纤维素纤维板的生产示意图[22]

    Figure  2.  Schematic experimental procedure for the production of binderless all-cellulose fibreboard[22]

    RT—Room temperature

    图  3  无胶秸秆纤维板材的应用:((a)~(d)) 吸声纤维板;((e)~(h)) 墙体装饰纤维板

    Figure  3.  Application of glue-free straw fiberboard: ((a)-(d)) Acoustic fiberboard; ((e)-(h)) Wall decorative fiberboard

    表  1  秸秆类型及预处理方法对无胶秸秆纤维板性能的影响

    Table  1.   Effects of different raw materials and different pretreatments on the properties of glue-free straw fiberboard

    Raw materials Pretreatment classification Pre-processing methods Changes in board performance Ref.
    Corn straw Chemical pretreatment Alkaline treatment with 2% NaOH solution MOR increased by 75.6%, MOE increased by 101.4%, IB increased by 75%, and TS decreased by 22% compared to no pretreatment [16]
    Rice straw NaOH solution alkali treatment The highest IB value of hot pressed straw board was obtained when the mass fraction of 1wt%NaOH pretreated straw fiber, and the mechanical properties of the board were poor when the NaOH content was greater than 1wt% [28]
    Oxalic acid (OA) treatment Compared with steam treatment, MOE and MOR were reduced by 9.9% and 8.6% respectively, and the mechanical properties of the board met ANSI standards [31]
    Bis-(3-triethoxysilylpropyl) tetra sulphide (Si-69) pre-cured With the increase of Si-69 concentration, both MOR and MOE of fiberboard tended to increase, and TS and WA decreased sharply [32]
    Wheat
    straw
    Treatment with 10% H2SO4 followed by 4% H2O2 H2SO4 loosened the physical structure of straw, H2O2 reacted with the fiber surface and activated the fiber surface to make it self-bonding, which improved the mechanical properties of fiberboard [33]
    Triticale straw Bleaching with sodium hypochlorite after treatment with sodium hydroxide pulping Significantly lower hemicellulose content and enhanced board mechanical properties [34]
    Winter wheat hulls 2% NaOH solution treatment The lignin content and equilibrium moisture content increased, the thickness expansion of the slab after pretreatment increased, and the mechanical properties of the board decreased [35]
    Jute straw Alkali (NaOH) and alkali, silane The crystallinity index of jute fibers treated with alkali silane was lower than that of alkali-treated jute fibers [36]
    Rice straw Physical pretreatment Steaming and hot grinding Compared with OA treatment, the MOE and MOR of the board increased by 6.0% and 13.9% respectively, and the mechanical properties of the board were better than untreated [37]
    Giant reed straw Steam blasting pretreatment The best IB, MOE, MOR, WA and TS were 1.28 MPa, 7439 MPa, 40.4 MPa, 17.6% and 13.3%, respectively, and the fiberboards exceeded the requirements of the relevant standard specifications [38]
    Sugarcane straw Compared to the NaOH pretreated material, the steam-exploded material had high tensile strength and high water resistance [39]
    Winter wheat hulls Heat treatment (boiling water) and plasma treatment Both can improve the surface energy of the shell, reduce the equilibrium moisture content of the shell, and improve the mechanical properties of the sheet [35]
    Coriander straw Steam treatment and mechanical refining of twin-screw extruders The material had good properties with a MOR of 29 MPa and a TS of 24%, and the water sensitivity of the plate had been reduced by 63% [40]
    Rape straw Steam treatment The tensile strength and modulus of elasticity of the fiberboard both increased significantly with the increase in cooking temperature, and at a cooking temperature of 200℃, the tensile strength was 0.014 MPa, the modulus of elasticity was 0.442 MPa, and the TS was 3.4% [41]
    Wheat straw Enzymatic pretreatment Enzyme treatment The mechanical properties of enzyme-treated fiberboard were significantly higher than those of non-enzyme-treated semi-chemical pulp fiberboard, and had excellent bond strength [3]
    Laccase pretreatment Activation of the fiber surface, increase in the number of chemical bonding points between the fibers, increase in the mechanical properties of the board with longer incubation time of laccase [24, 15]
    Notes: MOR—Modulus of rupture; MOE—Modulus of elasticity; IB—Internal bonding; TS—Thickness swelling; WA—Water absorption; ANSI—American National Standards Institute.
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    表  2  热压工艺对比

    Table  2.   Comparison of hot pressing process

    Hot pressing process Advantages and disadvantages Application Ref.
    Continuous flat pressing method Small thickness error, no sanding, small trimming loss, advanced technology, but large equipment and high primary cost Preparation for reed straw fiber particle board [53]
    Roller press method Economical, with good mechanical properties and water resistance, but only boards up to 1 cm thick can be prepared High-performance wood scrimber prepared by a roller-pressing impregnation method
    [54]
    Multi-layer press flat pressing method Suitable for the preparation of medium-thick plates, but the thickness error is large and the sanding area is large Bonded bamboo panels [55]
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