Green composites are biocomposites where both matrix and reinforcement derive from renewable or recycle resources and have attracted much attention in recent years. In particular, jute/polypropylene (PP) is one of the good choices of green composites. Further, investigation of long-term behavior of composite is an importance in designing in composite structures. However, so far, very few research works focus on the fatigue property of injection molded jute/PP fabricated by long fiber pellets (LFT). In this study, the pultrusion technique was adopted to prepare LFT pellets for injection molding and LFT dumbbell specimens with different jute fiber weight percent of 10, 20, 30, 40, and 50 percent were molded. Low cycle fatigue property of injection molded jute/PP composites was investigated by tensile test. Different cycle times of 30, 60 and 100 were adopted to evaluate the effect of cycle times and fiber content on the fatigue property of injection molded jute/PP composites.

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