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The Effect of Oxidized and Non-Oxydized Palm Oil Methyl Ester (POME) on the Stability Properties during Time of Storage
The 18th Internal Combustion Engine Symposium (2005)
  • M. Husnawan
  • H.H. Masjuki
  • T.M.I. Mahlia
  • M.G. Saifullah
  • Mahendra Varman Munusamy, M. Varman, University of Malaya
Abstract

Intensive research on biodiesel as alternative diesel fuel in transportation sector has been done for over 20 years. However, stability of the fuel is still a problem after being stored for a long time. This problem will affect to the performance and emissions of the engine. This study has been focused on the effects of oxidized the biodiesel from Palm Oil on their stability properties based on time of storage.

Keywords
  • Palm Oil Methyl Ester,
  • Biodiesel,
  • Diesel Engine,
  • Stability Properties
Publication Date
December, 2005
Citation Information
M. Husnawan, H.H. Masjuki, T.M.I. Mahlia, M.G. Saifullah, et al.. "The Effect of Oxidized and Non-Oxydized Palm Oil Methyl Ester (POME) on the Stability Properties during Time of Storage" The 18th Internal Combustion Engine Symposium (2005)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/mahendra/18/