Production of Biodiesel from Waste Cooking oil and Testing it's Performance Characters
Vishwa B Kori, Kartik P, Praveen Honaguntikar, M C Navdagi
Waste cooking oil; catalyst; transesterification; Biodiesel; Performance; Emissions.
Biodiesel can be used directly in engines without any engine modification, as biodiesel has high cetane number. Biodiesel are often produced from the domestic oil resources like oil , tallow, animal fats and waste vegetable oil by transesterification process at ambient pressure and temperature. In this study, production of biodiesel was administered during a small batch reactor by transesterification of waste vegetable oil with potash catalyst. The washing of biodiesel was administered by two methods i.e. washing with water and washing with vinegar. Titration of waste vegetable oil for locating the free carboxylic acid contents and their reduction with the glycerolysis in presence of catalyst to reinforce the transesterification were investigated. The results of this study suggest that the assembly of biodiesel are often administered with a high yield of 92%. Results obtained were found like pure biodiesel.
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Unique Paper ID: 152677

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 4

Page(s): 29 - 33
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