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Dr Kok Hoong Wong is an Assistant Professor in Composite Materials at the University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China. He received a BEng in Materials and Manufacturing Engineering from the Sheffield Hallam University, UK in 2000 and then worked as a polymer composite production engineer in Malaysia for 2 years before moving to the University of Nottingham to complete a PhD degree in mechanical engineering in 2007. His PhD thesis focused on the use of recycled carbon fibre for electromagnetic interference shielding application. He became a research fellow in the same university and involved in numerous carbon fibre recycling and reuse projects.
Currently his research is centred on sustainability development in general and continue working on composite waste recycling and reuse. He also carries out research in composite manufacturing technology development and has been involved in several projects developing reuse applications for recycled carbon and glass fibres. Ongoing projects include developing economical viable reuse solutions for end-of-life wind turbine blades, optimisation of pyrolysis recycling process and discontinuous fibre alignment technology development.
Past projects involved improvement to physical form of the recycled fibre by conversion into non-woven mat and subsequent composite manufacture via resin transfer moulding. Other projects include development of economical processes for discontinuous fibre alignment, a key to boost commercial value of the recycled fibres by maximising their reinforcement potential. He worked on fluidised bed recycling process to upgrade its technology readiness level. He is also familiar with characterisation methods for the recycled fibre.
Composite design and manufacturing
Composite waste recycling and reuse
Sustainability and circular economy
Discontinuous fibre alignment
Fluidised bed technology
BEng Individual Project
Design, Manufacture and Project
Engineering Design and Desing Project
Fibre Reinforced Composite and Engineering
Industrial Design Professional Practice 3B
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GF/CF composite recyling and reuse
30/11/16 → 30/11/20
Project: Government Funded Projects › Vertical-Ningbo Municipal Government Funded Projects
Combustion reactivity of chars pyrolyzed from low-rank coal using a fixed bed reactor installed with internalsCheng, S., Zhou, Y., Wong, K. H., Lai, N. Y. G. & Han, Z., Feb 2023, In: Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering. 11, 1, 109105.
Research output: Journal Publication › Article › peer-review
Awareness and Perception of the Environmental Sustainability of Beverage Packaging MaterialsLai, N. Y. G., Wong, K. H., Zhu, F., Sun, T., Rivero, R., Li, Z. & Yu, L. J., 2022, Enabling Industry 4.0 through Advances in Manufacturing and Materials - Selected Articles from iM3F 2021. Abdul Sani, A. S., Osman Zahid, M. N., Mohamad Yasin, M. R., Ismail, S. Z., Mohd Zawawi, M. Z., Abdul Manaf, A. R., Mohd Saffe, S. N., Abd Aziz, R. & Mohd Turan, F. (eds.). Springer Science and Business Media Deutschland GmbH, p. 447-460 14 p. (Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering).
Research output: Chapter in Book/Conference proceeding › Conference contribution › peer-review
Enhanced damping and stiffness trade-off of composite laminates interleaved with recycled carbon fiber and short virgin aramid fiber non-woven matsATTAHU, C. Y., Ket Thein, C., Wong, K. H. & Yang, J., 1 Oct 2022, In: Composite Structures. 297, 115981.
Research output: Journal Publication › Article › peer-review2 Citations (Scopus)
Level of automation (LOA) in aerospace composite manufacturing: present status and future directions towards industry 4.0Jayasekara, D., Lai, N. Y. G., Wong, K. H., Pawar, K. & Zhu, Y., Jan 2022, In: Journal of Manufacturing Systems. 62, p. 44-61 18 p.
Research output: Journal Publication › Article › peer-review3 Citations (Scopus)
Toward sustainable express deliveries for online shopping: reusing packaging materials through reverse logisticsLai, N. Y. G., Kuah, A. T. H., Kim, C. H. & Wong, K. H., 7 Mar 2022, (Published Online) In: Thunderbird International Business Review. 12 p.
Research output: Journal Publication › Article › peer-reviewOpen Access4 Citations (Scopus)