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Ultrasonic Biodiesel Processing A number of biodiesel plants have incorporated ultrasonic reactors in their production lines. Biodiesel Magazine talks with some of them to explore why they chose ultrasonics, and what the technology has done for their process.
The current state of the biodiesel industry is illustrated. First-generation batch biodiesel technology is transiting to continuous processing and second-generation technology heterogeneous catalysts are overtaking homogeneous catalysts; more advanced processing modes are gradually being introduced.
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The bottom line – Biodiesel 2.0. What is biodiesel 2.0 — it is technology that opens up the range of new feedstocks — whether these are techniques for making new feedstocks (such as new algae farms), or technologies that unlock the world of residues. You see, soybeans and canola are good — waste is better.
The first book section: "Feedstocks for Biodiesel Production" covers issues associated with the utilization of cost effective non-edible raw materials and wastes, and the development of biomass feedstock with physical and chemical properties that facilitate it processing to biodiesel.
The objective of this paper is to describe the processing and production of biodiesel. The emphasis will be on processing as it is conducted in the United States, where most biodiesel is produced by reacting soybean oil or used cooking oils with methanol.