Abhijit Venkatesh

Doctoral Student at Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Engineering Materials

I’m working on SSF project with main focus on production of new high-performance cellulose nanofiber biocomposites through melt processing. I will be exploring new possibilities for processing of these biocomposites preferably through wet mixing methods.

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Showing 9 publications

2019

Composites with surface-grafted cellulose nanocrystals (CNC)

Lilian Forsgren, Karin Sjövold, Abhijit Venkatesh et al
Journal of Materials Science. Vol. 54, p. 3009-3022
Journal article
2018

Cellulose nanofibril-reinforced composites using aqueous dispersed ethylene-acrylic acid copolymer

Abhijit Venkatesh, Johannes Thunberg, Tobias Moberg et al
Cellulose. Vol. 25 (8), p. 4577-4589
Journal article
2018

Cellulose nanofibrils and amphiphilic copolymer based bio-composites

Abhijit Venkatesh, Johannes Thunberg, Tobias Moberg et al
, p. 54-54
Paper in proceedings
2018

Composites with surface-grafted cellulose nanocrystals (CNC)

Lilian Forsgren, Karin Sahlin, Abhijit Venkatesh et al
, p. 53-53
Paper in proceedings
2016

Plastcizing starch by adding magnesium chloride or sodium chloride

Abhijit Venkatesh, Antal Boldizar
Starch/Staerke. Vol. 68 (5-6), p. Article no UNSP 1600191-
Journal article
2016

Wet compounding of nanocellulose and amphiphilic copolymer EAA for composite reinforcement

Johannes Thunberg, Abhijit Venkatesh, Maria Klingberg et al
Proc Nordic Polymer Days, Helsinki 2016, p. 39-
Conference contribution
2016

Magnesium chloride and sodium chloride as altenative plasticizers for starch

Abhijit Venkatesh, Antal Boldizar
Proc Nordic Polymer Days, Helsinki 2016, p. 73-
Conference contribution
2016

Biocomposites made of nanocellulose and amphiphiliccopolymer EAA

Abhijit Venkatesh, Johannes Thunberg, Maria Klingberg et al
Proc Materials for Tomorrow 2016, p. Nr 47-
Conference poster

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