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The novelty of this research is that Synthesis fuel of biodiesel from the Brassica Napus seed oil, Linum Usitatissimum seed oil, and diesel can be used to improve SCDE's results and minimize CO2 emissions. A 0. 1 N potassium hydroxide catalyst and methanol were used to synthesis biodiesel from Brassica Napus and Linum Usitatissimum seed oil, which was produced by BN-u2010B and LU2010B. The effect of five separate triple combinations of BN-u2010B and LU2010B blended with diesel is being investigated by SCDE. At full load and constant speed, the triple blend combination's fuel consumption was less than that of the diesel at full load and constant speed.
Source link: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ep.13958
A dolomite catalyst was made from natural dolomite rock and used for the analysis of continuous transesterification of biodiesel from oleic acid as a model compound of waste cooking oil in this study. The dolomite catalyst was produced by reaction under vacuum at a surface area of 34. 5 m2/g. At high concentrations, the characterization experiments revealed good thermal stability of the catalyst and evolution of the CaO and MgO compounds. The oscillatory baffled reactor was used to test the dolomite catalyst for continued biodiesel production by transesterification. The effect of different operation variables on oleic acid conversion to biodiesel was determined in an methanol: oil mole ratio of 6:1.
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