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The importance of the economical production and usage of new generation biofuels, the so-called bio gas oil (paraffins from triglycerides) and the results of the investigation for their productability on the CoMo/Al(2)O(3) catalyst, which was activated by reduction, are presented. The conversion of triglycerides, the yield of total organic fractions and the(More)
The increasing qualitative requirements of the fuels of modern Diesel engines can be satisfied by applying environmental friendly blending components of high energy content and additive-packages having high performance level. The aim of our experimental work was to produce vegetable oil-based multifunctional additives which have not only lubricity improver(More)
The native Celluclast BG cellulase enzyme complex consists of different enzymes which can also degrade great substrate molecules as native celluloses. This enzyme complex has been covered by a very thin, a few nanometers thick, polymer layer, in order to improve its stability. It has been proved that the polymer layer around the enzyme molecules does not(More)
The aim of this study was to compare the prediction efficiency of different types of linear calibration models using near infrared absorbance spectral data of vegetable oils. The applied model types were PCA-MLR (Principal Component Analysis-Multiple Linear Regression), PLS (Partial Least Squares regression), PCA-ANN (Principal Component Analysis-Artificial(More)
Besides the second generations bio fuels, one of the most promising products is the bio gas oil, which is a high iso-paraffin containing fuel, which could be produced by the catalytic hydrogenation of different triglycerides. To broaden the feedstock of the bio gas oil the catalytic hydrogenation of waste lard over sulphided NiMo/Al(2)O(3) catalyst, and as(More)
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