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BIODIESEL EMISSIONS VS DIESEL

BIODIESEL EMISSIONS VS DIESEL

Biodiesel is the first and the only alternative fuel to have a complete evaluation of emission results and potential health effects submitted to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under the Clean Air Act Section 211(b). These programs include the most stringent emissions testing protocols ever required by EPA for certification of fuels or fuel additives. The data gathered complete the most thorough inventory of the environmental and human health effects attributes that current technology will allow. BIODIESEL EMISSIONS COMPARED TO CONVENTIONAL DIESEL Emission Type B100 Biodiesel B20 Petro-diesel Total Unturned Hydrocarbons -93% -30% Carbon Monoxide -50% -20% Particulate Matter -30% -22% Sulfates -100% -20% PAH (Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons) -80% -13% nPAH (nitrated PAH’s) -90% -50% Ozone potential of speciated HC -50% -10% PRODUCT UNIT GROSS CV % OF PURITY NET CV SPECIFIC GRAVITY EFFECTIVE CV (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) = (3)X(4) (6) (7) = (5)x(6) HSD Kcal/Kg 10700 95% 10165 0.820 8335 Bio- Diesel Kcal/Kg 9600 99.5% 9552 0.875 8358 * Net Calorific Value = Gross Calorific Value X %Gross Calorific Value. # Effective Calorific Value = Net Calorific Value X Specific Gravity. The Effective Calorific Value of Bio-diesel is slightly more than High Speed Diesel, so in terms of power output and fuel consumption, Bio-diesel performs same as High Speed Diesel. COMPARISON OF SPECIFICATIONS PETRODIESEL / BIO-DIESEL VIS-À-VIS BIODIESEL PRODUCED BY EMAMI BIOTECH LIMITED Sl No Property Units BIS Limits Petrodiesel BIS Limits Bio-diesel EBL’s Bio-diesel analysed by SGS India and SGS Singapore 1 Density at 150C kg/m3 820 – 860 860 – 900 875.2 2 Viscosity at 400C mm2/s(cst) 2 – 5 2.5 – 6.0 4.482 3 Flash Point (Closed Cup) 0C (min) 66 120 158 4 Sulphur Content mg/kg (max) 500 50 0.83 5 Carbon Residue % mass max 0.3 0.05 < 0.01 6 Acid Number mg KOH/gm max To report 0.5 0.31 7 Cetane Number min 48 51 64.1 8 Ash Content % mass max 0.01 0.02 0.007 9 Moisture Content mg/kg (max) NA 500 380 10 Total Contaminations mg/kg (max) 24 24 0.038 11 Copper Corrosion Test (at 500C for 3 hrs max) Rating/Class 1 1 1 12 Oxidation Stability at 1100C hrs.min NA 6 12 13 Ester Content % mass min NA 96.5 97.6 14 Methanol Content % mass max NA 0.2 0.04 15 Monoglyceride Content % mass max NA NA 0.46 16 Diglyceride Content % mass max NA NA 0.06...

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Biodiesel Reduce Air Pollutant

Biodiesel Reduce Air Pollutant

How Much Does Biodiesel Reduce Air Pollutants? Biodiesel fuel almost eliminates the air pollution caused by petroleum based fuels. Toxins that can cause cancer are virtually cut to zero by the use of biodiesel fuel instead of regular diesel fuel. There is far less sulfur in biodiesel fuel, so the smell is also greatly reduced. Some have even reported a pleasant smell from the combustion of biodiesel, such as that of doughnuts or French fries. There is also less soot from biodiesel combustion than with petroleum...

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Global Warming

Global Warming

What is Global Warming? Climate is the pattern of weather over the long term. The climate has always changed, getting warmer and cooler over years. Though climate change isn’t new, the speed with which the climate is changing is. Global warming is a term used to describe the increase in average global temperatures due to the greenhouse effect. But what is that? Help stop Global Warming! The Greenhouse Effect Scientists generally agree that the Earth’s surface has warmed by about one degree Fahrenheit in the past 140 years. That might not sound like much, but it has definitely impacted the earth. Scientists also think the rate at which the earth is heating up is increasing. The greenhouse effect is what scientists believe is causing the sharp increase in global temperatures. The earth’s atmosphere traps solar radiation, caused by the presence of gases such as carbon dioxide, water vapor, and methane (from pollution) in the atmosphere, which allows incoming sunlight to pass through it but won’t allow the heat to escape back out (like in a greenhouse). The Greenhouse Effect What’s So Bad About Global Warming? Climate change can negatively affect the earth’s delicate ecosystems. Global warming has been linked to dying coral reefs, dangerous new weather patterns and the extinction of plant and animal...

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MAKE IN INDIA

MAKE IN INDIA

Make in India was launched by Prime Minister Modi against the backdrop of this crisis, and quickly became a rallying cry for India’s innumerable stakeholders and partners. It was a powerful, galvanising call to action to India’s citizens and business leaders, and an invitation to potential partners and investors around the world. But, Make in India is much more than an inspiring slogan. It represents a comprehensive and unprecedented overhaul of out-dated processes and policies. Most importantly, it represents a complete change of the Government’s mindset – a shift from issuing authority to business partner, in keeping with Prime Minister Modi’s tenet of ‘Minimum Government, Maximum...

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