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Biodiesel production from various feedstocks and their effects on the fuel properties
  • M. Canakci, H. Sanli
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Journal of Industrial Microbiology…
  • 13 March 2008
Biodiesel, which is a new, renewable and biological origin alternative diesel fuel, has been receiving more attention all over the world due to the energy needs and environmental consciousness.Expand
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Effects of Different Alcohol and Catalyst Usage on Biodiesel Production from Different Vegetable Oils
In this study, biodiesels were produced from sunflower, corn, soybean, rapeseed, hazelnut, and cottonseed oils by transesterification reactions using methanol, ethanol, 2-propanol, and 1-butanol asExpand
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Biodiesel production from vegetable oil and waste animal fats in a pilot plant.
In this study, corn oil as vegetable oil, chicken fat and fleshing oil as animal fats were used to produce methyl ester in a biodiesel pilot plant. The FFA level of the corn oil was below 1% whileExpand
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Evaluation of leather industry wastes as a feedstock for biodiesel production
Abstract In this study, animal fat obtained from leather industry fleshing wastes was used to produce methyl ester. The acid value of the fleshing oil was 24.30 mg KOH g −1 which corresponds to FFAExpand
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Effects of waste frying oil based methyl and ethyl ester biodiesel fuels on the performance, combustion and emission characteristics of a DI diesel engine
Abstract In this study, fuel quality biodiesels produced from waste frying oil using methanol and ethanol were tested as pure and 20% (v/v) blend with petroleum-based diesel fuel (PBDF) in a directExpand
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Using waste animal fat based biodiesels–bioethanol–diesel fuel blends in a DI diesel engine
Abstract In this study, animal fat based biodiesels produced in the pilot plant were blended with certain amounts of diesel fuel and bioethanol. Neat biodiesels, diesel fuel and the blends wereExpand
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Characterization of Waste Frying Oils Obtained from Different Facilities
Biodiesel cannot economically compete with petroleum-based diesel fuel because of its high cost problem. This problem may be solved with the use of low cost feedstocks in biodiesel production. WasteExpand
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Methyl Ester Production from Chicken Fat With High FFA
In biodiesel production, to use low cost feedstock such as rendered animal fats may reduce the biodiesel cost. One of the low cost feedstock is the chicken fat for biodiesel production. However,Expand
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Production of Fuel Quality Ethyl Ester Biodiesel: 1. Laboratory-Scale Optimization of Waste Frying Oil Ethanolysis, 2. Pilot-Scale Production with the Optimal Reaction Conditions
In this study, to produce fuel quality biodiesel, optimization of homogeneous alkaline-catalyzed ethanolysis reaction of waste frying oil was performed. In the first stage of the study,Expand
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An experimental investigation on the usage of waste frying oil-diesel fuel blends with low viscosity in a Common Rail DI-diesel engine
  • H. Sanli
  • Environmental Science
  • 15 June 2018
Abstract In this study, waste frying oil (WFO) was blended with mineral diesel fuel (MDF) (without converting biodiesel) in the ratios of 2%, 7%, 15% and 25% (v/v) on the condition that theExpand
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