THE PRODUCTION METHOD OF BIODIESEL FUELS BY USING LOW ENERGY WAVES AND RESEARCH PRODUCTS OF THEIR COMBUSTION
Published: 7 Jun 2016
Abstract: In this proceeding, the production process of methyl ethers of unrefined cottonseed, corn and sunflower vegetable oils by using amine containing compounds like diethylamine, triethylamine and pphenylendiamine as catalyst, with 1:6 ratio of oil to methanol, at 65-70°C, in 15-45 mTl induction of magnetic field has been investigated. As a result of the process which had been done in 25mT induction of magnetic field for 30-45 minutes, it has been determined that the production yield is 97.1- 98.8 % (by mass). The content of the flue gases of the compositions those are produced by adding 5 and 10% of the manufactured methyl ethers to petroleum based diesel fuel has been determined. It has been revealed that when 5% of methyl ethers of vegetable oils are added to diesel fuel, the amount of the carbon monoxide and the sulfur oxides in the flue gases decreases by 23.4-25.2% and 5.2-6.9% respectively.
Keywords: biofuel, catalyst, magnetic field, combustion products, flue gases, carbon monoxide, sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxides, dsc spectra
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