Alternative Fuels for Transportation by A S Ramadhas

By A S Ramadhas

Fuels and traits, A.S. RamadhasVegetable Oils, A.S. Ramadhas, Chandrasekaran Muraleedharan, and Simon JayarajBiodiesel, A.S. Ramadhas, Simon Jayaraj, and Chandrasekaran MuraleedharanMethanol, Mustafa Canakci and Oguzhan IlgenEthanol, Alan C. Hansen, Carroll E. Goering, and A.S. RamadhasDimethyl Ether, Spencer C. SorensonLiquefied Petroleum fuel, Mohamed Younes El-Saghir SelimCompressed typical fuel, Gattamaneni Read more...

summary: Fuels and developments, A.S. RamadhasVegetable Oils, A.S. Ramadhas, Chandrasekaran Muraleedharan, and Simon JayarajBiodiesel, A.S. Ramadhas, Simon Jayaraj, and Chandrasekaran MuraleedharanMethanol, Mustafa Canakci and Oguzhan IlgenEthanol, Alan C. Hansen, Carroll E. Goering, and A.S. RamadhasDimethyl Ether, Spencer C. SorensonLiquefied Petroleum gasoline, Mohamed Younes El-Saghir SelimCompressed common fuel, Gattamaneni Lakshmi Narayana Rao and A.S. RamadhasHydrogen, Fernando Ortenzi, Giovanni Pede, and A.S. RamadhasElectric automobiles, Nallusamy Nallusamy, Paramasivam Sakthivel, Abhijeet Chausalkar, and A

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On the other hand, resistance to oxidation of vegetable oils is remarkably affected by their fatty acid composition. The quantity of free fatty acids predominantly affects the flash point of vegetable oils and hence its ignition characteristics. The type of fatty acids contained in vegetable oil depends on the plant species and on the growth conditions of the plant. The degree of unsaturation (number of double bonds) determines the oxidation stability. The oxidation stability of fuel decreases with increase in unsaturation.

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