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Green Diesel-Biodiesel an Alternative Fuel and its Effect on Health in India-A Review


Author : Hitendra R. Sarode and Kanchan S. Patil

Pages : 2701-2704
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Abstract

From day to day performance fuels became an integral part of life but due to insufficient storage n hazardous emissions due to this fuel green diesel have the most important and future of human being life. biodisel is the combination of methanol with vegetable oil having catalyst as sodium hydroxide. Biodiesel is a renewable, environmentally friendly substitute for petroleum-based diesel fuel. It is produced from vegetable oils, animal fats, or wastes cooking oils and fats, and can be used in existing diesel engines without any expensive modifications. Biodiesel can also be added to petroleum diesel to create a biodiesel blend with favourable performance attributes and environmental benefits roughly proportional to the biodiesel fraction. Biodiesel is safe, nontoxic, biodegradable, and reduces the emissions of many harmful compounds associated with the combustion of petroleum-based diesel. Because biodiesel is produced from domestically produced plant oils or waste fats, switching from petroleum-based diesel to biodiesel decreases dependence on foreign petroleum, reduces net greenhouse gas emissions, and provides tangible benefits for the domestic economy. This paper describe the biodiesel analyze the social, political, and economic factors that have prompted people to consider replacing petroleum-based diesel with biodiesel, and explore the potential for biodiesel adoption in India. Public and private fleet vehicles represent a particularly attractive market for biodiesel, especially in the India, although future demand is dependent on public policy decisions. Since one of the key values provided by biodiesel is the regional nature of its production.

Keywords: Biodiesel performance, exhaust emissions, Environmental aspects, India

Article published in International Journal of Current Engineering and Technology, Vol.5, No.4 (Aug-2015)

 

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