Studies on Use of Waste-cooking Oil as a Diesel Substitute through Trans-esterification

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Ganapati V Salaskar
Anil Badiger
Suresh D Mane
P.P. Revankar

Abstract

Biodiesels are substitute fuel sources that can be potential replacement to fossil fuels apart from being eco-friendly owing to their carbon-neutral nature. The energy originating from nature-based resources has a premium value due to its lowest environmental impact. The strategies that protect nature are grouped under a philosophy termed as ‘sustainability’. The biodiesel ought to give net energy acquire, have ecological advantages with financially serious, and producible in enormous amounts without diminishing food supplies. The proposed study examines potential of waste cooking oil as a source of bio-diesels by collecting samples of used cooking oil from the food outlets. The characteristics of producing bio-diesel from waste cooking oil are investigated from the point of view of utilizing it on a small batch mode of 5 to 10 litre. The chemistry of transesterification is investigated by adopting computational route to design a reactor and experimentally verifying the small-scale production.

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Author Biographies

Ganapati V Salaskar

Energy Systems Engineering, KLE Technological University, B. V. Bhoomaraddi Campus, Vidyanagar, Hubballi, India

Anil Badiger

Energy Systems Engineering, KLE Technological University, B. V. Bhoomaraddi Campus, Vidyanagar, Hubballi, India

Suresh D Mane

Dept of Mechanical Engg, Girijabai Sail Institute of Technology, Majali Village, Karwar - 581345, Karnataka, India

P.P. Revankar

Energy Systems Engineering, KLE Technological University, B. V. Bhoomaraddi Campus, Vidyanagar, Hubballi, India

How to Cite
Ganapati V Salaskar, Anil Badiger, Suresh D Mane, & P.P. Revankar. (2022). Studies on Use of Waste-cooking Oil as a Diesel Substitute through Trans-esterification. ARAI Journal of Mobility Technology, 2(3), p320–326. https://doi.org/10.37285/ajmt.2.3.10

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