Heating System for the use of Bio-Oils for Marine Engines

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  •   Cao Dao Nam

  •   Danh Chan Nguyen

  •   Van Huong Dong

Abstract

Biofuel is a fuel made directly or indirectly from organic materials - biomass, consisting of two main sources from plants and animal waste, not from fossil sources such as oil, coal. At present, biofuels account for about 20% of global energy consumption. Particularly there are some countries, the use of biofuels is even bigger, such as Germany, Brazil, India ..., these are the leading countries in proving the availability and superiority of biofuels. Because fossil energy reserves are declining rapidly, as well as their use which has many consequences for habitat, bioenergy is an inevitable development for the future. Some typical types of biofuels that are widely known today include: bioethanol (bioetanol), biodiesel (biodiesel), green diesel (diesel), biological kerosene (biokerosen-or reactive fuel). biological forces), other biological alcohols (methanol, butanol), bio ether, biogas, syngas, solid biomass fuels. In fact, the two most important biofuels are bioetanol and biodiesel, because of the many properties they have: use for the two most common types of transport (gasoline and motor vehicles). Diesel engine has many properties similar to fossil fuels, but cleaner and cleaner; produced from abundant and renewable materials such as sugar, starch, animal and vegetable fats and oils. The paper presents the heating methods for the use of high-viscosity fuels for diesel engines. 


Keywords: Biofuels, Biodiesel, Bio-Oils, Heating Method

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Nam, C., Nguyen, D. and Dong, V. 2019. Heating System for the use of Bio-Oils for Marine Engines. European Journal of Engineering Research and Science. 4, 3 (Mar. 2019), 157-162. DOI:https://doi.org/10.24018/ejers.2019.4.3.1211.