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With the steadily increasing demand for carbon fibres (CF) and carbon fibre reinforced plastics (CFRP), the amount of CFRP waste to be recovered at the end of its life is rising. The Knowledge of the dependencies of the comminution behaviour of CF on their material properties, taking into account the possible generation and release of respirable fibre fragments (WHO fibres) during shredding, is essential for all optional recycling and recovery processes.doi:10.5445/ir/1000151391 fatcat:hwueuwtssrhe7mzi74cv5oqfc4