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Experimental Parametric Study of Biodiesel to Develop Economic Zero Effluent Discharge (ZED) for Diesel System( Vol-2,Issue-3,May 2016 )


Komal D Pawar, Sagar Gawande


Renewable energy, biodiesel, Thumba.


Great demand of renewable energy resources are created because of rapid depletion of petroleum reserves along with increasing ecological concerns. Environmental degradation and depletion of fossil fuels whole world is facing problem. The increasing demand, swift depletion of fossil fuel reserves and uncertainty in shipment, along with the clipping in petroleum prices, has foster the search for other alternatives to fossil fuels. From the cited view, there is an clamant need to find the new alternatives, which allay dependency on oil imports as well as can assist in protecting the environment for sustainable development. Biodiesel has arise as alternative to petroleum origin diesel. Currently lots of alternative fuels are being found as with potential which is against the current high-pollutant diesel fuel obtains from diminishing commercial resources. In recent times biodiesel appears as one of the most energy efficient environmental friendly options to full fill the future energy needs. Already a more efforts taken for source which fulfill the criteria of sustainability and economical carried out. But in case of biodiesel effluent is critical issues. So characterization and formation of biodiesel with zero effluent is prime objective. Thumba is used for formation of zero effluent discharge.

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