The development of biodiesel abroad

Biodiesel was first invented in 1988 by the German company Niel. Biodiesel, with its outstanding “environmental protection” and “reproducibility”, has attracted the attention of the developed countries, especially the resource-poor countries. At present, it has formed three major biodiesel production bases around the rich area of several main oil raw materials, and gradually spread to the world. In … Read More

Biodiesel technology

Biodiesel is a fatty acid methyl ester obtained by esterification and transesterification of animal and vegetable oils with short-chain alcohols such as methanol. It is a renewable and clean energy source. Prospects Brazil is vigorously promoting biodiesel production to reduce oil imports. The US Department of Energy is raising funds to develop biomass energy, requiring … Read More

Biodiesel definition

Biodiesel refines automatic vegetable oils, commonly used in tractors, trucks, ships, etc. It refers to oil crops such as soybean, rapeseed, cotton, palm, etc., wild oil plants and engineering microalgae and other aquatic plant oils and animal fats, food waste oil, etc. as raw material oil can be replaced by transesterification or thermochemical process. Recycled … Read More

Biodiesel Made From Chlorella

Its research purpose and significance Energy is the power of social operation, oil as the most important fossil energy known as the “blood of industry”. In 2016, China’s oil import continued to grow, with the apparent oil consumption exceeding 556 million tons and the foreign dependence reaching 64.4%, an increase of 3.8% compared with 2015. As oil … Read More

The main advantages of biodiesel

The main advantages of biodiesel It has excellent environmental protection characteristics: biodiesel and petrochemical diesel have lower sulfur content and can greatly reduce sulfur dioxide and sulfide emissions after use. Authoritative data show that emissions of sulfur dioxide and sulfides can be reduced by about 30%. Biodiesel contains no aromatic compounds that pollute the environment. … Read More

Immobilized Enzyme Biodiesel Research

1.Preparation of biodiesel by enzyme-catalyzed transesterification Enzyme-catalyzed transesterification is the process of using lipase to catalyze the production of biodiesel under certain conditions. That is to say, under the action of enzymes, substances such as low-level alcohols (methanol or ethanol) are used to replace glycerol in fatty acid glycerides in the oil, so as to produce … Read More

Algae and biodiesel

Fundamentals Principle of oil production by microalgae is the use of micro algae photosynthesis. First, convert the carbon dioxide in the process of chemical production into biomass of micro algae to fix the carbon. Second, convert the carbon material of microalgae into oil via induction reaction. Then, convert the oil in the microalgae cell microalgae and microalgae gasoline to the … Read More

Preparation of Biodiesel by Enzyme Method

Biodiesel is a kind of fatty acid methyl ester produced by the transesterification reaction of low carbon alcohols of animal and vegetable oils under the action of the catalyst. As a new environmentally friendly renewable alternative fuel, biodiesel has become the research object of scholars in recent decades. Compared with fossil fuels, biodiesel has the advantages of … Read More

Development of Biodiesel in China

Compared with European and American countries, China’s biodiesel industry developed late and started during the Tenth Five-Year Plan period. Some private enterprises mainly used traditional chemical methods to produce biodiesel from waste oils and fats. In 2001, the first biodiesel plant invested by Hainan Zhenghe Bioenergy Company was put into production in Wu’an, Hebei Province, … Read More

Transportation and Storage of Biodiesel

Introduction Biodiesel that leaves the production plant in good condition can become unacceptable during distribution without proper care and attention. Biodiesel can degrade due to oxidation, contact with water, and/or microbial activity. In general, biodiesel will degrade more quickly than petro-diesel. In one sense, this is a good thing: a biodiesel spill will biodegrade quickly … Read More