Abstract The literature review of biodiesel production is presented in this chapter. In the first part, the various catalysts which are being used for biodiesel production was reviewed in detail. Chemical Engineering projects Literature Review Chemical Engineering Projects 2. 1 Introduction: The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) defines biodiesel fuel as mono alkyl esters of long chain fatty acids derived from a renewable lipid feedstock, such as vegetable oil or animal fat.
biodiesel. Biodiesel additives A postproduction strategy which could potentially enhance the economic viability of the whole production cycle through value addition to biodiesel or its blends is to improve biodiesel properties. A Review on Biodiesel Production as Alternative Fuel Alemayehu 1Gashaw1, In this review, the processes of biodiesel production by transesterification and factors biodiesel production has recently been of great concern review is divided into three categories viz.
production of biodiesel from edible oil, nonedible oil and waste cooking oil. This review paper contains the work of past researchers published between 2005 and 2015. Abstract. The literature review of biodiesel production is presented in this chapter.
In the first part, the various catalysts which are being used for biodiesel production was reviewed in detail. CHAPTER 2: LITERATURE REVIEW In my literature review I have studied near about 200 research papers and research theses. For showed that the cost of biodiesel production from salmon oil was almost twice that produced from soybean oil [10. Hanifa Taher, et al. (2011) evaluated the microalgae oil extraction is a major step in the This article is a literature review on biodiesel production, combustion, performance and emissions.
This study is based on the reports of about 130 scientists who published their results between 1980 and 2008. International literature review on the possibilities of biodiesel production. investigate to hidden possibilities of biodiesel utilisation in Hungary Microalgae are a promising alternative source of lipid for biodiesel production.
One of the most important decisions is the choice of species to use. High lipid productivity is a key desirable characteristic of a species for biodiesel production.