Maria Klingberg

Doktorand at Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Materials and manufacture

Maria Klingberg is a PhD student in the Department Materials and Manufacturing Technology, the group Polymeric Materials and Composites. She studied mechanical engineering at Chalmers University of Technology with specialization in polymer materials and composites.

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Showing 10 publications

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

Mechanical properties of paperboard with a needled middle layer

Maria Klingberg, Antal Boldizar, Karin Hofer
Cellulose Chemistry and Technology. Vol. 52 (1-2), p. 89-97
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
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

Cellulose fibre composites mixed at wet state

Maria Klingberg, Antal Boldizar
Proc Nordic Polymer Days, Helsinki 2016, p. 30-
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
2015

Wet mixing of wood cellulose fibres and EAA composites

Maria Klingberg, Antal Boldizar
Proc. Nordic Polymer Days 2015, p. 5.5-
Conference contribution
2014

Composite material of a thermoplastic polymer and cellulose fibres compounded in a wet state

Maria Klingberg, Antal Boldizar
Proc Nordic Polymer Days 2014, p. 118-119
Conference poster
2014

Cellulose fibres and thermoplastic polymer composites, compounding at wet state

Maria Klingberg, Antal Boldizar
Proc. Materials for Tomorrow 2014, p. Nr 31-
Conference poster
2013

Needle Punching of Wet Cellulose Fibre Structure

Maria Klingberg
Licentiate thesis

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