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by Ahmad Galadima

Author: Ahmad Galadima
Language: English
Publisher: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (September 30, 2011)
Pages: 84 pages
Category: Perfomance
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Galadima got his First Class Bachelor's degree in Chemistry from Bayero University, Kano Nigeria in 2005, and MSc Hydrocarbon Enterprise(Distinction) from University of Aberdeen (UoA), U. e Lectures Chemistry at Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto Nigeria, has published over 30 papers and is currently doing a PhD on "Upgrading Gasoline" at the UoA.

Biodiesel and other biofuels production is an important option required in Nigeria to mitigate the ongoing increased in primary energy need, greenhouse gases emissions, over dependence on oil and gas economy, high levels of urban and rural poverty and to ensure sustainable economy for rural development.

Biodiesel and other biofuels production is an important option required in Nigeria to mitigate the ongoing increased in primary .

Biodiesel and other biofuels production is an important option required in Nigeria to mitigate the ongoing increased in primary energy need, greenhouse gases emissions, over dependence on oil and gas economy, high levels of urban and rural poverty and t.

Ahmad Galadima (2019) Processing vegetable oils into aviation fuels: technology challenges and market economics. Lead paper presentation at the 2019 oil and gas public lecture series, organized by IOGRHS, Nicon Luxury, Abuja, 31st May, 2019

Ahmad Galadima (2019) Processing vegetable oils into aviation fuels: technology challenges and market economics. Lead paper presentation at the 2019 oil and gas public lecture series, organized by IOGRHS, Nicon Luxury, Abuja, 31st May, 2019. M. Alhassan, U. Z. Faruq and A. Galadima (2019) Mixed-metal oxide catalyst for liquid phase benzene alkylation.

Biodiesel production was produced from the transesterification of palm oil and methanol using KOH catalyst. Two Jatropha plantation models currently being considered in Thailand, a perennial plantation for 20 years and annual harvesting, are compared vis-à-vis the energy benefits. The process variables considered are methanol to oil mole ratio of 4 –6 and catalyst concentration of . –. wt/wt% Oil, at constant reaction temperature of 60°C and constant reaction time of 60 minutes. The advantage of the perennial plantation is that fruit yield is low in the first 2 years but stabilizes after the second year; thus, the biodiesel production is maximized.

Ahmad Galadima, Zaharaddeen Nasir Garba, Boulis Maher Ibrahim, Muhammad N Almustapha, Lin Leke .

Ahmad Galadima, Zaharaddeen Nasir Garba, Boulis Maher Ibrahim, Muhammad N Almustapha, Lin Leke, Ibrahim Khalil Adam. The transesterification of two vegetable oils containing different quantities of free fatty acid have been compared over a series of BaO/Al2O3 catalysts with a range of baria.

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23 5 biodiesel economy from waste .

23 5 biodiesel economy from waste oil. 24 2 . Economic Impacts of Biodiesel biodiesel production volumes 25 Figure 23: Fuel economy measured as brake-specific fuel consumption (BSFC) using soybean oil biodiesel in a four-stroke DDC series 60 diesel engine. Error! Bookmark not defined. Biodiesel fuel can be used in any vehicle with a compression ignition engine (CIE) that can take regular diesel fuel. With the proper equipment and safety procedures, used cooking oil can be prepared from kitchens or restaurants to simply make biodiesel fuel.

Microalgae owing to its multiple advantages which include high lipid content, sustainable biomass production, effective land and water utilization are the most potential biofuel feedstock that can provide drop-in fossil fuel.

Microalgae owing to its multiple advantages which include high lipid content, sustainable biomass production, effective land and water utilization are the most potential biofuel feedstock that can provide drop-in fossil fuel replacements without stimulating competition for agricultural resources and are considered to be more environmentally benign than the first- and second-generation biofuel feedstocks. Furthermore, a wide range of high-value products that can be co-produced from microalgae have been discussed.

Biodiesel is an alternative fuel derived from varies sources of vegetable oils, animal fat, or waste frying oil to give . Biodiesel production from vegetable oils via catalytic and non-catalytic supercritical methanol transesterification methods

Biodiesel is an alternative fuel derived from varies sources of vegetable oils, animal fat, or waste frying oil to give the corresponding fatty acid methyl ester. The properties of alternative fuel of CPO biodiesel and SVO biodiesel have been investigated at different temperature. The biodiesel was blended up palm oil blending ratio from 515vol% (B5B15) and straight vegetable oil ratio from 515vol% (S5S15). Biodiesel production from vegetable oils via catalytic and non-catalytic supercritical methanol transesterification methods. Progress in Energy and Combustion Science, 31(5-6), 466-487.

Biodiesel and other biofuels production is an important option required in Nigeria to mitigate the ongoing increased in primary energy need, greenhouse gases emissions, over dependence on oil and gas economy, high levels of urban and rural poverty and to ensure sustainable economy for rural development. This research compares the economic viability of biodiesel production from two Northern Nigerian feedstocks (groundnut and cotton seed oils) based on product quality, environmental and financial economics. Biodiesel production and comparative product quality studies were carried out experimentally while environmental and financial economics were examined based on collected data and relevant experimental outcomes. Both oils produced optimal yields (83.05% and 74.5%) of high quality biodiesel with properties of international standard, and with groundnut oil being the best. This product can be blended with different percentages of petroleum diesel and used directly in diesel engines without further modification to give optimal performance. The results of Comparative Life Cycle Assessment showed that long term biodiesel production from groundnut oil will have higher relative impacts.