silybum marianum l seed oil a novel feedstock for biodiesel production

  • Profile of Fatty Acids, Tocopherols, Phytosterols

    Takase M, Feng WW, Wang W, et al. Silybum marianum oil as a new potential non-edible feedstock for biodiesel: A comparison of its production using conventional and ultrasonic assisted method. Fuel Process Technol 2014; 123: 19-26.

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  • Single-Phase and Two-Phase Base-Catalyzed

    Silybum marianum oil as a new potential non-edible feedstock for biodiesel: A comparison of its production using conventional and ultrasonic assisted method. Fuel Processing Technology 2014, 123, 19-26. DOI: 10.1016/j.fuproc.2014.01.032.

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  • (PDF) Biodiesel Feedstock and Production Technologies

    The biodiesel production process is shifting from other sources to algal oil and heterogeneous acid catalysts. Algal oil is a more reliable and efficient source. It has the potential of producing yields of more than 100 times those attainable per hectare from oilseeds.

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  • (PDF) Silybum marianum L. seed oil: A novel feedstock

    In the present study, biodiesel was produced from a novel non edible oil source, Silybum marianum L. seeds oil (SMSO). The acid value of the extracted oil was found to be 13.60 mg KOH/g.

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  • Efficient Production of Methyl Oleate Using a Biomass

    A. B. Fadhil, A. M. Aziz, and M. H. Al-Tamer, "Biodiesel production from Silybum marianum L. seed oil with high FFA content using sulfonated carbon catalyst for esterification and base catalyst for transesterification," Energy Conversion and Management, vol. 108, pp. 255–265, 2016. View at: Publisher Site Google Scholar

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  • Silybum marianum L. seed oil: A novel feedstock

    AbstractIn the present study, biodiesel was produced from a novel non edible oil source, Silybum marianum L. seeds oil (SMSO). The acid value of the extracted oil was found to be 13.60mg KOH/g. Therefore, a dual step process viz. acid–base catalyzed transesterification was developed to produce the biodiesel.

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  • Silybum marianum L. seed oil: A novel feedstock

    3.2. Biodiesel preparation from SMSO. S. marianum L. seed oil was used as a novel feedstock to produce BD. The FFA content of SMSO was found to be 6.80%. This value is higher than the safe limits for alkaline catalyzed transesterification.

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  • Saraca asoca seeds A novel candidature for biodiesel

    Oct 16, 2018· This work uncovers the potential of Saraca asoca seeds as novel feedstock for biodiesel and its modeling-optimization done with ANN-GA, and evaluation of fuel properties of biodiesel and its blend with diesel. The acid value of S. asoca seed oil (8.43 mg KOH/g) was >2 mg KOH/g. Hence, a dual stage acid-base transesterification was employed.

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  • List of vegetable oils Wikipedia

    Thistle oil, pressed from the seeds of Silybum marianum. A good potential source of special fatty acids, carotenoids, tocopherols, phenol compounds and natural anti-oxidants, as well as for generally improving the nutritional value of foods. Tigernut oil (or nut-sedge oil

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  • Prof. Mittelbach Institute of Chemistry

    W.Haas, M.Mittelbach; Detoxification Experiments with the Seed Oil from Jatropha curcas L. Industrial Crops and Products 12 (2000) 111-118 . 1999 . G.M.Gübitz, M.Mittelbach, M.Trabi; Exploitation of the Tropical Oil Seed Plant Jatropha curcas; L.Bioresource Technology 67 (1999) 73-82

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  • 1. Introduction Hindawi

    The optimization of biodiesel production from a novel source of wild non-edible oil yielding plant Silybum marianum International Journal of Green Energy 2014 11 6 589 594 10.1080/15435075.2013.777910 2-s2.0-84890480137 27 Sadia H. Ahmad M. Zafar M. Sultana S. Azam A. Khan M. A. Variables effecting the optimization of non edible wild safflower

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  • Status quo of Biodiesel Production in Africa: A Review on

    [161] M. Takase, W. Feng, W. Wang et al. "Silybum marianum oil as a new potential non-edible feedstock for biodiesel: a comparison of its production

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  • (PDF) Prospects and Potential of Green Fuel from some Non

    Silybum marianum (L.) Gaertner Milk thistle (Silybum marianum Gaertn.) (Figure 7) is a winter annual or a biennial. 3. Serious consideration should be given to establish a mega tree plantation for production of oil seeds in biodiesel application. 4. Feasibility of edible oil vs. non-edible oil vs. waste edible oil as biodiesel feedstock

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  • Silybum marianum L. seed oil: A novel feedstock

    In the present study, biodiesel was produced from a novel non edible oil source, Silybum marianum L. seeds oil (SMSO). The acid value of the extracted oil was found to be 13.60 mg KOH/g.Therefore, a dual step process viz. acid–base catalyzed transesterification was developed to produce the biodiesel.

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  • The potential of Reutealis trisperma seed as a new non

    Fadhil AB, Ahmed KM, Dheyab MM (2012) Silybum marianum L. Seed oil: a novel feedstock for biodiesel production. Arab J Chem. doi: 10.1016/j.arabjc.2012.11.009,Article In

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  • Prospects and Potential of Green Fuel from some Non

    The raw material (crude oil) from these oil seeds can be used as a feed stock for biodiesel production. Carthamus oxyacantha M. Bieb. Carthamus oxyacantha M. B. ( Figure 9) is a spiny-leaved annual herb up to 1.5 m tall commonly known as Wild Safflower.

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  • Degumming Alternatives for Edible Oils and Biodiesel

    Cesarini et al. [8] used the lipase Callera Trans L in liquid form along with phospholipases PLA 1, PLC and LLPL-2 for the production of biodiesel from crude soybean oil and canola oil, were used temperature at 35°C, 1% of lipase, 2 to 3.5wt.%, 1.5eqs of methanol and reaction time was 24h. The authors obtained a content of fatty acid methyl

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  • Biodiesel Feedstock and Production Technologies: Successes

    The biodiesel production process is shifting from other sources to algal oil and heterogeneous acid catalysts. Algal oil is a more reliable and efficient source. It has the potential of producing yields of more than 100 times those attainable per hectare from oilseeds.

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  • QAU Faculty Plant Sciences Dr. Muhammad Zafar

    The Optimization Of Biodiesel Production From A Novel Source Of Wild Non-Edible Oil Yielding Plant Silybum marianum. International Journal of Green Energy. International Journal of

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  • Studi Pengaruh Suhu Kalsinasi terhadap Sintesis Katalis

    Biodiesel Production from Silybum marianum L. Seed Oil with High FFA Content Using Sulfonated Carbon Catalyst for Esterification and Base Catalyst for

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  • Biodiesel Production from Allanblackia floribunda Seed oil

    Li F, Yang L, Zhao T, et al. Optimization of enzymatic pretreatment for n-hexane extraction of oil from Silybum marianum seeds using response surface methodology. Food Bioprod Process 90 (2012): 87-94. Zhang J, Chen S, Yang R, et al. Biodiesel production from vegetable oil using heterogenous acid and alkali catalyst. Fuel 89 (2010): 2939-2944.

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  • Enzymatic oil‐degumming by a novel microbial phospholipase

    Lin Mei, Liang Wang, Qianqian Li, Jiangnan Yu, Ximing Xu, Comparison of acid degumming and enzymatic degumming process for Silybum marianum seed oil, Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 10.1002/jsfa.6109, 93, 11, (2822-2828), (2013).

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  • (PDF) Prospects and Potential of Green Fuel from some Non

    Silybum marianum (L.) Gaertner Milk thistle (Silybum marianum Gaertn.) (Figure 7) is a winter annual or a biennial. 3. Serious consideration should be given to establish a mega tree plantation for production of oil seeds in biodiesel application. 4. Feasibility of edible oil vs. non-edible oil vs. waste edible oil as biodiesel feedstock

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  • Efficient Production of Methyl Oleate Using a Biomass

    A. B. Fadhil, A. M. Aziz, and M. H. Al-Tamer, "Biodiesel production from Silybum marianum L. seed oil with high FFA content using sulfonated carbon catalyst for esterification and base catalyst for transesterification," Energy Conversion and Management, vol. 108, pp. 255–265, 2016. View at: Publisher Site Google Scholar

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  • The potential of Reutealis trisperma seed as a new non

    Int J point, cloud point, and acid number were in accordance with Green Energy 4:15–26 the ASTM standards. Biodiesel produced from R. trisperma 8. Fadhil AB, Ahmed KM, Dheyab MM (2012) Silybum marianum L. and S. marianum L. shows different value in iodine number. Seed oil: a novel feedstock for biodiesel production.

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  • Volumetric Method for Free and Total Glycerin

    Biodiesel production from Silybum marianum L. seed oil with high FFA content using sulfonated carbon catalyst for esterification and base catalyst for transesterification. Energy Conversion and Management 2016, 108,255-265.

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  • Volumetric Method for Free and Total Glycerin

    Biodiesel production from Silybum marianum L. seed oil with high FFA content using sulfonated carbon catalyst for esterification and base catalyst for transesterification. Energy Conversion and Management 2016, 108,255-265.

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  • Studi Pengaruh Suhu Kalsinasi terhadap Sintesis Katalis

    Biodiesel Production from Silybum marianum L. Seed Oil with High FFA Content Using Sulfonated Carbon Catalyst for Esterification and Base Catalyst for

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  • Biodiesel Production from Reutealis Trisperma Oil Using

    Recently, the use of various non-edible oils was explored to reduce the biodiesel production cost, including Silybum marianum L., Datura stramonium, C. pentandra, and Cerbera odollam . Reutealis trisperma is a tree (10–15 m in height) that is endemic to the Philippines and is

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  • انتشارات دکتر سيد اميرحسين گلي

    Effect of humic acid on yield and oil characteristics of Silybum marianum and Cucurbita pepo convar. Pepo var. Styriaca seeds: January : 2011 : The production of an experimental table margarine enriched with conjugated linoleic acid (CLA): physical properties: January : 2009

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  • Review on Different Sources for the Production of Biodiesel

    (camellia), thistle (Silybum marianum seed) and wheat are other sources to obtain edible oils [11]. A. Biodiesel Production from Waste Cooking Oil oils are the most attractive. interesting and common source for the production of biodiesel due to their low cost. From large food processing units and service may be collected in huge

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  • Status quo of Biodiesel Production in Africa: A Review on

    [161] M. Takase, W. Feng, W. Wang et al. "Silybum marianum oil as a new potential non-edible feedstock for biodiesel: a comparison of its production

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  • Biodiesel Production Process Optimization from Sugar Apple

    This paper presents the production of biodiesel from nonedible, renewable sugar apple seed oil and its characterization. The studies were carried out on transesterification of oil with methanol and sodium hydroxide as catalyst for the production of biodiesel. The process parameters such as catalyst concentration, reaction time, and reaction temperature were optimized for the production of

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  • (PDF) Biodiesel Feedstock and Production Technologies

    The biodiesel production process is shifting from other sources to algal oil and heterogeneous acid catalysts. Algal oil is a more reliable and efficient source. It has the potential of producing yields of more than 100 times those attainable per hectare from oilseeds.

    Get Price
  • Review on Different Sources for the Production of Biodiesel

    (camellia), thistle (Silybum marianum seed) and wheat are other sources to obtain edible oils [11]. A. Biodiesel Production from Waste Cooking Oil oils are the most attractive. interesting and common source for the production of biodiesel due to their low cost. From large food processing units and service may be collected in huge

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  • DISADVANTAGES OF HERBACEOUS OIL-BEARING PLANTS AS

    for the biodiesel production. Attalea speciosa tree is a weed, while seeds can be eaten raw, cooked, or made into nut milk. Seed oil can be used to make butter [34]. Phytoremediation potential woody weed of Balanites aegyptiaca [35] is also used as biodiesel feedstock due to the high oil content of 30-60%.

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  • Review on Different Sources for the Production of Biodiesel

    (camellia), thistle (Silybum marianum seed) and wheat are other sources to obtain edible oils [11]. A. Biodiesel Production from Waste Cooking Oil oils are the most attractive. interesting and common source for the production of biodiesel due to their low cost. From large food processing units and service may be collected in huge

    Get Price
  • Saraca asoca seeds A novel candidature for biodiesel

    Oct 16, 2018· This work uncovers the potential of Saraca asoca seeds as novel feedstock for biodiesel and its modeling-optimization done with ANN-GA, and evaluation of fuel properties of biodiesel and its blend with diesel. The acid value of S. asoca seed oil (8.43 mg KOH/g) was >2 mg KOH/g. Hence, a dual stage acid-base transesterification was employed.

    Get Price
  • Status quo of Biodiesel Production in Africa: A Review on

    [161] M. Takase, W. Feng, W. Wang et al. "Silybum marianum oil as a new potential non-edible feedstock for biodiesel: a comparison of its production

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  • Green biodiesel production from waste cooking oil using_

    Biodiesel production from Silybum marianum L. seed oil with high FFA content using sulfonated carbon catalyst for esteri?cation and base catalyst for transesteri?cation. Energy Convers. Manage. 108, 255–265. Farooq, M., Ramli, A., Subbarao, D., 2013. Biodiesel production from waste cooking oil using bifunctional heterogeneous solid catalysts. J.

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  • Silybum marianum L. seed oil: A novel feedstock

    was reported about the production of biodiesel from this feedstock. The present study aims to produce biodiesel from an ideal novel feedstock namely S. marianum L. seed oil through acid–base catalyzed transesterification (ABCT). The oil is esterified with methanol in the presence of hydrochloric acid as a catalyst. Then, the resultant oil

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  • Biodiesel Production Process Optimization from Sugar Apple

    This paper presents the production of biodiesel from nonedible, renewable sugar apple seed oil and its characterization. The studies were carried out on transesterification of oil with methanol and sodium hydroxide as catalyst for the production of biodiesel. The process parameters such as catalyst concentration, reaction time, and reaction temperature were optimized for the production of

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  • Degumming Alternatives for Edible Oils and Biodiesel

    Cesarini et al. [8] used the lipase Callera Trans L in liquid form along with phospholipases PLA 1, PLC and LLPL-2 for the production of biodiesel from crude soybean oil and canola oil, were used temperature at 35°C, 1% of lipase, 2 to 3.5wt.%, 1.5eqs of methanol and reaction time was 24h. The authors obtained a content of fatty acid methyl

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  • The effects of alcohol to oil molar ratios and the type

    Silybum marianum L. seed oil: A novel feedstock for biodiesel production 2012 / Abdelrahman B. Fadhil, Kareem M. Ahmed, Mohammed M. Dheyab Academic research paper on topic "The effects of alcohol to oil molar ratios and the type of alcohol on biodiesel production

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  • The effects of alcohol to oil molar ratios and the type

    Silybum marianum L. seed oil: A novel feedstock for biodiesel production 2012 / Abdelrahman B. Fadhil, Kareem M. Ahmed, Mohammed M. Dheyab Academic research paper on topic "The effects of alcohol to oil molar ratios and the type of alcohol on biodiesel production

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  • Waste oil, Cooking oil, and High Biodiesel Education

    Biodiesel production from Silybum marianum L. seed oil with high FFA content using sulfonated carbon catalyst for esterification and base catalyst for transesterification Abstract Agro-industrial acidic oil as a renewable feedstock for biodiesel production using (1R)-(-)-camphor-10-sulfonic acid Abstract

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  • Silybum marianum L. seed oil: A novel feedstock

    ORIGINAL ARTICLE Silybum marianum L. seed oil: A novel feedstock for biodiesel production Abdelrahman B. Fadhil *, Kareem M. Ahmed, Mohammed M. Dheyab Department of

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  • Biodiesel Production from Allanblackia floribunda Seed oil

    Li F, Yang L, Zhao T, et al. Optimization of enzymatic pretreatment for n-hexane extraction of oil from Silybum marianum seeds using response surface methodology. Food Bioprod Process 90 (2012): 87-94. Zhang J, Chen S, Yang R, et al. Biodiesel production from vegetable oil using heterogenous acid and alkali catalyst. Fuel 89 (2010): 2939-2944.

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  • Biodiesel production from Silybum marianum L. seed oil

    @article{Fadhil2016BiodieselPF, title={Biodiesel production from Silybum marianum L. seed oil with high FFA content using sulfonated carbon catalyst for esterification and base catalyst for transesterification}, author={Abdelrahman B. Fadhil and A. Aziz and Marwa H. Altamer}, journal={Energy Conversion and Management}, year={2016}, volume={108

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  • Biodiesel Feedstock and Production Technologies: Successes

    The biodiesel production process is shifting from other sources to algal oil and heterogeneous acid catalysts. Algal oil is a more reliable and efficient source. It has the potential of producing yields of more than 100 times those attainable per hectare from oilseeds.

    Get Price
  • 1. Introduction Hindawi

    The optimization of biodiesel production from a novel source of wild non-edible oil yielding plant Silybum marianum International Journal of Green Energy 2014 11 6 589 594 10.1080/15435075.2013.777910 2-s2.0-84890480137 27 Sadia H. Ahmad M. Zafar M. Sultana S. Azam A. Khan M. A. Variables effecting the optimization of non edible wild safflower

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