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A clutch is a machine component that connects a driving shaft to a driven shaft, allowing the driven shaft to be started and stopped at will while the driving shaft remains stationary. An interruptible linkage between two spinning shafts is thus provided by a clutch. Cast iron and aluminium alloys are currently used as friction disc materials. The aim of this research is to look at how different material compositions affect clutch plate friction and wear. Natural fibre composite fabrics are used in this investigation. Because of their high strength-to-weight ratio, composite materials are considered. Jute fibre and Aloe Vera fibre are used as composite materials in this plant. A single plate clutch is experimental investigation effect of fiber loading varying from on the mechanical properties of Jute fiber and Aloe Vera fiber composite was studied.