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scirp IJSER >> Volume 3,Issue 1,January 2012
Anticipating Emission & Suggestions for Reducing Exhaust Emissions with CNSL as Fuel
Full Text(PDF, )  PP.156-158  
Prof.Paresh K. Kasundra, Dr. Ashish V. Gohil
biodiesel, vegetable oil, esterification, diesel engine performance, emissions.
Bio-diesel is produced by mixing vegetable or animal oil with a small quantity of methanol in a process known as esterification. Bio-diesel is a promising nontoxic and biodegradable renewable alternative fuel compared to petroleum diesel in the light of the limited nature of fossil fuel and the environmental concerns.
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