Nattakan Soykeabkaew
Nattakan Soykeabkaew
School of Science, Mae Fah Luang University
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Preparation and characterization of jute-and flax-reinforced starch-based composite foams
N Soykeabkaew, P Supaphol, R Rujiravanit
Carbohydrate Polymers 58 (1), 53-63, 2004
2152004
The effect of fibre volume fraction and mercerization on the properties of all-cellulose composites
C Qin, N Soykeabkaew, N Xiuyuan, T Peijs
Carbohydrate Polymers 71 (3), 458-467, 2008
1972008
All-cellulose composites by surface selective dissolution of aligned ligno-cellulosic fibres
N Soykeabkaew, N Arimoto, T Nishino, T Peijs
Composites Science and Technology 68 (10-11), 2201-2207, 2008
1842008
All-cellulose nanocomposites by surface selective dissolution of bacterial cellulose
N Soykeabkaew, C Sian, S Gea, T Nishino, T Peijs
Cellulose 16 (3), 435-444, 2009
1802009
Investigation into the structural, morphological, mechanical and thermal behaviour of bacterial cellulose after a two-step purification process
S Gea, CT Reynolds, N Roohpour, B Wirjosentono, N Soykeabkaew, ...
Bioresource technology 102 (19), 9105-9110, 2011
1612011
Reinforcing potential of micro-and nano-sized fibers in the starch-based biocomposites
N Soykeabkaew, N Laosat, A Ngaokla, N Yodsuwan, T Tunkasiri
Composites Science and Technology 72 (7), 845-852, 2012
1072012
A review: Starch-based composite foams
N Soykeabkaew, C Thanomsilp, O Suwantong
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 78, 246-263, 2015
1052015
All-cellulose composites of regenerated cellulose fibres by surface selective dissolution
N Soykeabkaew, T Nishino, T Peijs
Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing 40 (4), 321-328, 2009
1012009
All-aramid composites by partial fiber dissolution
JM Zhang, Z Mousavi, N Soykeabkaew, P Smith, T Nishino, T Peijs
ACS applied materials & interfaces 2 (3), 919-926, 2010
382010
Transcrystallisation in PP/flax composites and its effect on interfacial and mechanical properties
S Garkhail, B Wieland, J George, N Soykeabkaew, T Peijs
Journal of materials science 44 (2), 510-519, 2009
252009
Self-reinforced poly (lactic acid) nanocomposites of high toughness
K Somord, O Suwantong, N Tawichai, T Peijs, N Soykeabkaew
Polymer 103, 347-352, 2016
222016
Biodegradable Composites Based on Poly (-Caprolactone) and Bacterial Cellulose as a Reinforcing Agent
S Gea, CT Reynolds, N Roohpur, N Soykeabkaew, B Wirjosentono, ...
Journal of Biobased Materials and Bioenergy 4 (4), 384-390, 2010
162010
Self-reinforced poly (lactic acid) nanocomposites with integrated bacterial cellulose and its surface modification
K Somord, K Somord, O Suwantong, C Thanomsilp, T Peijs, ...
Nanocomposites 4 (3), 102-111, 2018
132018
Nanocellulose-reinforced “Green” composite materials
N Soykeabkaew, N Tawichai, C Thanomsilp, O Suwantong
Walailak Journal of Science and Technology (WJST) 14 (5), 353-368, 2017
122017
Effect of carbon and nitrogen sources on bacterial cellulose production for bionanocomposite materials
N Yodsuwan, A Owatworakit, A Ngaokla, N Tawichai, N Soykeabkaew
1st Mae Fah Luang University International Conference, At Mae Fah Luang …, 2012
122012
All-cellulose composites by partial dissolution of cotton fibres
R Arévalo, OT Picot, RM Wilson, N Soykeabkaew, T Peijs
Journal of Biobased Materials and Bioenergy 4 (2), 129-138, 2010
122010
An improvement of silk-based scaffold properties using collagen type I for skin tissue engineering applications
S Boonrungsiman, N Thongtham, O Suwantong, T Wutikhun, ...
Polymer Bulletin 75 (2), 685-700, 2018
62018
All-cellulose composites
N Soykeabkaew
University of London, 2007
52007
Improving agricultural waste pulps via self-blending concept with potential use in moulded pulp packaging
P Rattanawongkun, N Kerddonfag, N Tawichai, U Intatha, ...
Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering 8 (5), 104320, 2020
22020
Turning low-cost recycled paper into high-value binder-free all-cellulose panel products
R Arévalo, N Soykeabkaew, T Peijs
Green Materials 8 (2), 51-59, 2019
22019
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