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A Review on Rejuvenated Techniques in Biodiesel Production from Vegetable Oils


Author : S.B.Mohapatra, P.Das, Dhaneswar Swain, Smita Satapathy and Soumya Ranjan Sahu

Pages : 100-111
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Abstract

In recent years, significant research and development activities for biodiesel production have been undertaken throughout the world, in order to support the fuel requirements without further deteriorating the global climate. The biodiesel produced from a specific feedstock may have distinct advantages over others, but the practical problem concerning its availability in terms of adequate quantity and consistent quality is a concern. Hence, blending with multiple oils obtained from non-conventional non-edible biomass feedstock including algae may be considered as appropriate strategy for producing biodiesel at commercial scale. Recently, R&D endeavours are being directed towards exploring the blends of different non-edible oils as biodiesel feed-stock. This article attempts to cover all possible techniques in production of biodiesel from single and mixed feed stock.

Keywords: Rejuvenated Techniques, Biodiesel etc.

Article published in International Journal of Current Engineering and Technology, Vol.6, No.1 (Feb-2016)

 

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