Non-edible vegetable oils : A critical evaluation of oil extraction , fatty acid compositions , biodiesel production , characteristics , engine performance and emissions production

@inproceedings{Atabani2012NonedibleVO,
  title={Non-edible vegetable oils : A critical evaluation of oil extraction , fatty acid compositions , biodiesel production , characteristics , engine performance and emissions production},
  author={A E Atabani and Arridina Susan Silitonga and Hwai Chyuan Ong and T. M. I. Mahlia and H. H. Masjuki and Irfan Anjum Badruddin and H. Fayaz},
  year={2012}
}
World energy demand is expected to increase due to the expanding urbanization, better living standards and increasing population. At a time when society is becoming increasingly aware of the declining reserves of fossil fuels beside the environmental concerns, it has become apparent that biodiesel is destined to make a substantial contribution to the future energy demands of the domestic and industrial economies. There are different potential feedstocks for biodiesel production. Non-edible… CONTINUE READING
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