methanolysis of pongamia pinnata karanja oil for production

    Methanolysis of Pongamia pinnata (karanja) oil

    Methanolysis of Pongamia pinnata (karanja) oil for production of biodiesel L C Meher, S N Naik* and L M Das # Centre for Rural Development and Technology, Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi 110 016 Received 05 April 2004; accepted 06 August 2004 The present study deals with the transesterification of Pongamia pinnata oil by means of methanol to study the feasibility of methanolysis

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    Methanolysis of Pongamia pinnata (karanja) oil for production of biodi esel L C Meher, S N Naik* and L M Das # Centre for Rural Development and Technology, Indian Institute of Technology, New

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    Methanolysis of Pongamia pinnata (karanja) oil for production of biodiesel . Download. Methanolysis of Pongamia pinnata (karanja) oil for production of biodiesel. L Meher. IntroductionKaranja belongs to the family Leguminaceae. It is a medium sized glabrous tree that generally attains a height of about 18 m and a trunk diam > 50 cm. It can grow under a wide range of

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    Methanolysis of Pongamia pinnata (karanja) oil for production of biodiesel

    Methanolysis of Pongamia pinnata (karanja) oil

    The present study deals with the transesterification of Pongamia pinnata oil by means of methanol to study the feasibility of methanolysis process by using potassium hydroxide catalysts. The biodiesel was characterized by TLC and HPLC analysis to determine the fatty acid methyl esters, mono-, di- and triglycerides and glycerol.

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    TRANSESTERIFICATION OF KARANJA (PONGAMIA

    The transesterification of karanja oil with methanol was carried out using solid basic catalysts. Alkali metal-impregnated calcium oxide catalysts, due to their strong basicity, catalyze the transesterification of triacylglycerols. The alkali metal (Li, Na, K)-doped calcium oxide catalysts were prepared and used for the transesterification of karanja oil containing 0.48-5.75% of free fatty

    Sci Arch 2013 1 6170 49 Meher LC Naik SN Das LM

    Sci. Arch. 2013, 1, 61–70. 49. Meher, L.C.; Naik, S.N.; Das, L.M. Methanolysis of Pongamia pinnata (karanja) oil for production of biodiesel. J. Sci. Ind. Res. 2004

    Detail study on the Properties of Pongamia Pinnata

    20 Mehar L.C., Naik S.N. and Das L.M., Methanolysis of ponagamia pinnata (karanja) oil for production of biodiesel, Journal of scientific and industrial research, 63, 913918 (2004) 21 Raheman H. and Phadatare A.G., Karanja esterified oil an alternative renewable fuel for diesel engines in controlling air pollution, Bioenergy News, 7(3), 17-23 (2003)

    Transesterification of karanja (Pongamia pinnata) oil by

    2006-05-16· This catalyst, at a concentration of 2 wt‐%, resulted in 94.9 wt‐% of methyl esters in 8 h at a reaction temperature of 65 °C and a 12 : 1 molar ratio of methanol to oil, during methanolysis of karanja oil having 1.45% FFA. The yield of methyl esters decreased from 94.9 to 90.3 wt‐% when the FFA content of karanja oil was increased from 0.48 to 5.75%. The performance of this catalyst

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    NOPR: Methanolysis of Pongamia pinnata (karanja) oil

    Methanolysis of Pongamia pinnata (karanja) oil for production of biodiesel: Authors: Meher, L C Naik, S N Das, L M: Keywords: Karanja oil;Biodiesel;Transesterification: Issue Date: Nov-2004: Publisher: CSIR: IPC Code: Int. Cl. 7: C 12 P 7/02: Abstract: The present study deals with the transesterification of Pongamia pinnata oil by means of methanol to study the feasibility of methanolysis

    Transesterification of karanja (Pongamia pinnata) oil by

    2006-05-16· This catalyst, at a concentration of 2 wt‐%, resulted in 94.9 wt‐% of methyl esters in 8 h at a reaction temperature of 65 °C and a 12 : 1 molar ratio of methanol to oil, during methanolysis of karanja oil having 1.45% FFA. The yield of methyl esters decreased from 94.9 to 90.3 wt‐% when the FFA content of karanja oil was increased from 0.48 to 5.75%. The performance of this catalyst

    METHANOLYSIS OF HIGH FFA KARANJA OIL IN AN

    Biodiesel production [3]: Pongamia, Jatropha and Neem based methyl esters (biodiesel) can be directly used in diesel engines without any engine modifications [7].Karanja (Pongamia pinnata) is an underutilized plant which is grown in many parts of India. The main production area for the Karanja oil is in the village level and

    Detail study on the Properties of Pongamia Pinnata

    20 Mehar L.C., Naik S.N. and Das L.M., Methanolysis of ponagamia pinnata (karanja) oil for production of biodiesel, Journal of scientific and industrial research, 63, 913918 (2004) 21 Raheman H. and Phadatare A.G., Karanja esterified oil an alternative renewable fuel for diesel engines in controlling air pollution, Bioenergy News, 7(3), 17-23 (2003)

    TRANSESTERIFICATION OF KARANJA (PONGAMIA

    The transesterification of karanja oil with methanol was carried out using solid basic catalysts. Alkali metal-impregnated calcium oxide catalysts, due to their strong basicity, catalyze the transesterification of triacylglycerols. The alkali metal (Li, Na, K)-doped calcium oxide catalysts were prepared and used for the transesterification of karanja oil containing 0.48-5.75% of free fatty

    STUDIES OF TRANSESTERIFICATION OF KARANJA

    Studies were made to determine the influence of different reaction temperatures and residence times on biodiesel yield by transesterification of karanja oil (Pongamia pinnata) in the presence of methanol using a solid acid heterogeneous catalyst in a continuous process. Recycle runs were conducted by further transesterification of the organic phases (first run mixture of methyl ester and

    Optimization of alkali-catalyzed transesterification of

    Optimization of alkali-catalyzed transesterification of Pongamia pinnata oil for production of biodiesel. Meher LC(1), Dharmagadda VS, Naik SN. Author information: (1)Centre for Rural Development and Technology, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Hauz Khas, New Delhi 110 016, India. Studies were carried out on transesterification of Karanja oil with methanol for the production of biodiesel

    Combustion, performance and emission analysis of

    2020-06-10· Meher L, Naik S, Das L. Methanolysis of pongamia pinnata (karanja) oil for production of biodiesel. J Sci Ind Res. 2004;63:913–8. J Sci Ind Res. 2004;63:913–8. CAS Google Scholar

    Fatliquor preparation from Karanja seed oil (Pongamia

    2015-11-20· The oil is used mainly as lubricant, water-paint binder and production of biodiesel by methanolysis [2]. This paper describes the use of Karanja seed oil for the preparation of fatliquor and its uses for leather processing. Most of the fatliquors are imported from other countries and has invested huge foreign currency on imports. In this study we try to prepare substitutes of imported

    Prospect of Pongamia pinnata (Karanja) in Bangladesh:

    Botanical feature of Pongamia pinnata: (a) karanja tree with green leaf, (b) flower morphology of karanja showing standard petal; about 25–35% of flowers set to seed, (c) elliptical karanja seed pods containing seed inside them, (d) karanja seeds which weigh about 2-3 g/seed and contain about 30–40% oil, and (e) karanja pod shells which weigh about 2 g/shell.

    NOPR: Methanolysis of Pongamia pinnata (karanja) oil

    Methanolysis of Pongamia pinnata (karanja) oil for production of biodiesel: Authors: Meher, L C Naik, S N Das, L M: Keywords: Karanja oil;Biodiesel;Transesterification: Issue Date: Nov-2004: Publisher: CSIR: IPC Code: Int. Cl. 7: C 12 P 7/02: Abstract: The present study deals with the transesterification of Pongamia pinnata oil by means of methanol to study the feasibility of methanolysis

    TRANSESTERIFICATION OF KARANJA (PONGAMIA

    The transesterification of karanja oil with methanol was carried out using solid basic catalysts. Alkali metal-impregnated calcium oxide catalysts, due to their strong basicity, catalyze the transesterification of triacylglycerols. The alkali metal (Li, Na, K)-doped calcium oxide catalysts were prepared and used for the transesterification of karanja oil containing 0.48-5.75% of free fatty

    METHANOLYSIS OF HIGH FFA KARANJA OIL IN AN

    Biodiesel production [3]: Pongamia, Jatropha and Neem based methyl esters (biodiesel) can be directly used in diesel engines without any engine modifications [7].Karanja (Pongamia pinnata) is an underutilized plant which is grown in many parts of India. The main production area for the Karanja oil is in the village level and

    Pongamia oil energy4farms.eu

    2018-01-04· “Methanolysis of Pongamia pinnata (karanja) oil for biodiesel production” (PDF) . Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research . 63 : 913-918. Jump up^ Karmee, Sanjib Kumar; Chadha, Anju (September 2005). “Preparation of biodiesel from crude oil of Pongamia pinnata

    Combustion, performance and emission analysis of

    2020-06-10· Meher L, Naik S, Das L. Methanolysis of pongamia pinnata (karanja) oil for production of biodiesel. J Sci Ind Res. 2004;63:913–8. J Sci Ind Res. 2004;63:913–8. CAS Google Scholar

    Feasibility Study on Thermal Cracking of Pongamia pinnata

    Pongamia pinnata Oil for IC Engine Applications . S.RAMKUMAR & DR.V.KIRUBAKARAN. Abstract— Due to depletion of fossil liquid fuels, research in alternate engine fuel is emerging today. However the conventional route of ‘bio-diesel’ production is not economical as well as eco friendly. The byproduct like ‘glycerin’ doesn’t have any market value andhence disposal also leads lots of

    An experimental study of Pongamia pinnata L. oil as a

    2006-11-01· Various blends of a non-edible vegetable oil, commonly known as honge (Pongamia pinnata L.) in India, were prepared and tested over a wide range of engine load. Results obtained from the study showed that 15–20 per cent pongamia methylester-diesel blend (B15 and B20) could be a better fuel in terms of fuel efficiency and power developed. Further, the blend can be used in any

    Pongamia Pinnata Oil for Biodiesel Biodiesel Diesel

    Pongamia Pinnata Oil for Biodiesel Free download as PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read online for free. Karach

    Karanja (Millettia pinnata) Feedipedia

    With the increasing production of oil for biofuel, large amounts of oil cake are available for livestock feeding. "Karanja" is the popular name of Millettia pinnata in Hindi while it is called "pongam" in tamil (Punitha et al., 2006). Morphology. Karanja is a medium-sized evergreen or briefly deciduous tree, usually about 8 m high but that can grow to 15-25 m (Sangwan et al., 2010; Orwa et al

    Thermal Science scientific journal [paper

    Biodiesel was prepared from the non-edible oil of Pongamia pinnata L. by transesterification of the crude-oil with methanol in the presence of NAOH as catalyst. Vegetable oils can be transesterified by heating them with a large excess of anhydrous methanol and an acidic or basic reagent as catalyst. Both the acid as well as alkaline esterifications were subsequently performed to get the final

    METHANOLYSIS OF HIGH FFA KARANJA OIL IN AN

    Biodiesel production [3]: Pongamia, Jatropha and Neem based methyl esters (biodiesel) can be directly used in diesel engines without any engine modifications [7].Karanja (Pongamia pinnata) is an underutilized plant which is grown in many parts of India. The main production area for the Karanja oil is in the village level and

    TRANSESTERIFICATION OF KARANJA (PONGAMIA

    The transesterification of karanja oil with methanol was carried out using solid basic catalysts. Alkali metal-impregnated calcium oxide catalysts, due to their strong basicity, catalyze the transesterification of triacylglycerols. The alkali metal (Li, Na, K)-doped calcium oxide catalysts were prepared and used for the transesterification of karanja oil containing 0.48-5.75% of free fatty

    Pongamia oil energy4farms.eu

    2018-01-04· “Methanolysis of Pongamia pinnata (karanja) oil for biodiesel production” (PDF) . Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research . 63 : 913-918. Jump up^ Karmee, Sanjib Kumar; Chadha, Anju (September 2005). “Preparation of biodiesel from crude oil of Pongamia pinnata

    Fatliquor preparation from Karanja seed oil (Pongamia

    2015-11-20· The oil is used mainly as lubricant, water-paint binder and production of biodiesel by methanolysis [2]. This paper describes the use of Karanja seed oil for the preparation of fatliquor and its uses for leather processing. Most of the fatliquors are imported from other countries and has invested huge foreign currency on imports. In this study we try to prepare substitutes of imported

    Emission Characteristics of Pongamia Pinnata (Karanja

    are feasibility of Karanja oil for the production of biodiesel optimization of different parameters for high yield /conversion of Karanja oil to biodiesel. This survey presents the suitability of Pongamia Pinnata (karanja) as a source of renewable fuel substituting petrodiesel in CI engine. The fuel properties of esterified karanja oil and its blend with diesel fuel at different proportions

    Optimized Biodiesel Production and Emulsification of

    In the present investigation, two stage transesterification process of raw Pongamia oil with concentrated sulphuric acid, methanol and sodium hydroxide produced Pongamia pinnata seed biodiesel. The process parameters including the reaction time, reaction temperature, acidic concentration, base concentration and methanol to oil molar ratio were varied within the specified range to obtain

    An experimental study of Pongamia pinnata L. oil as a

    2006-11-01· Various blends of a non-edible vegetable oil, commonly known as honge (Pongamia pinnata L.) in India, were prepared and tested over a wide range of engine load. Results obtained from the study showed that 15–20 per cent pongamia methylester-diesel blend (B15 and B20) could be a better fuel in terms of fuel efficiency and power developed. Further, the blend can be used in any

    Optimization of alkali-catalyzed transesterification of

    2005-12-15· Optimization of alkali-catalyzed transesterification of Pongamia pinnata oil for production of biodiesel. Coronavirus: and rate of mixing were optimized for production of Karanja oil methyl ester (KOME). The fatty acid methyl esters content in the reaction mixture were quantified by HPLC and 1H NMR method. The yield of methyl esters from Karanja oil under the optimal condition was 97-98%

    Thermal Science scientific journal [paper

    Biodiesel was prepared from the non-edible oil of Pongamia pinnata L. by transesterification of the crude-oil with methanol in the presence of NAOH as catalyst. Vegetable oils can be transesterified by heating them with a large excess of anhydrous methanol and an acidic or basic reagent as catalyst. Both the acid as well as alkaline esterifications were subsequently performed to get the final

    Karanja (Millettia pinnata) Feedipedia

    With the increasing production of oil for biofuel, large amounts of oil cake are available for livestock feeding. "Karanja" is the popular name of Millettia pinnata in Hindi while it is called "pongam" in tamil (Punitha et al., 2006). Morphology. Karanja is a medium-sized evergreen or briefly deciduous tree, usually about 8 m high but that can grow to 15-25 m (Sangwan et al., 2010; Orwa et al