PRODUKSI BIODIESEL DARI MINYAK JELANTAH MENGGUNAKAN KATALIS KALSIUM OKSIDA

The transesterification  reaction  has performed to convert waste cooking oils into biodiesel with assistant of  heterogen catalyst of calcium oxide using reactor  in a laboratory . The reaction was performed in two stages that is the esterification followed transesterification reaction. The aim of...

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Main Authors: Yulia Tri Rahkadima, Putri Abdi
Format: Article
Language:Indonesian
Published: Universitas Nahdlatul Ulama Sidoarjo 2016-08-01
Series:Journal of Research and Technology
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Online Access:http://journal.unusida.ac.id/index.php/jrt/article/view/20
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spelling doaj-ccd369e1a2fb4d748538eec20ca873c52020-11-24T21:05:52ZindUniversitas Nahdlatul Ulama SidoarjoJournal of Research and Technology2460-59722477-61652016-08-0121444820PRODUKSI BIODIESEL DARI MINYAK JELANTAH MENGGUNAKAN KATALIS KALSIUM OKSIDAYulia Tri Rahkadima0Putri Abdi1Universitas Nahdlatul Ulama SidoarjoInstitut Teknologi Sepuluh NopemberThe transesterification  reaction  has performed to convert waste cooking oils into biodiesel with assistant of  heterogen catalyst of calcium oxide using reactor  in a laboratory . The reaction was performed in two stages that is the esterification followed transesterification reaction. The aim of research is to study the effect of temperature and time reaction on viscosity and biodiesel yield. The results showed that obtained biodiesel had viscosity value in accordance with SNI 04-7182-2006 about diesel-fuel viscosity.  At lower temperature (40, 45, and 50°C), the longer reaction time could lead to the increasing of biodiesel yield. Meanwhile, at higher temperature reaction (55°C and 60°C) the longer reaction time could reduce biodiesel yield. The highest biodiesel yield was obtained at following reaction condition: temperature reaction 50°C, 6 hours reaction time, ratio oil:MeOH = 1:48 molar ratio, % wt CaO = 8% to weight of waste cooking oil.http://journal.unusida.ac.id/index.php/jrt/article/view/20Biodiesel, Calcium oxide, Transesterification, Waste cooking oil.
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author Yulia Tri Rahkadima
Putri Abdi
spellingShingle Yulia Tri Rahkadima
Putri Abdi
PRODUKSI BIODIESEL DARI MINYAK JELANTAH MENGGUNAKAN KATALIS KALSIUM OKSIDA
Journal of Research and Technology
Biodiesel, Calcium oxide, Transesterification, Waste cooking oil.
author_facet Yulia Tri Rahkadima
Putri Abdi
author_sort Yulia Tri Rahkadima
title PRODUKSI BIODIESEL DARI MINYAK JELANTAH MENGGUNAKAN KATALIS KALSIUM OKSIDA
title_short PRODUKSI BIODIESEL DARI MINYAK JELANTAH MENGGUNAKAN KATALIS KALSIUM OKSIDA
title_full PRODUKSI BIODIESEL DARI MINYAK JELANTAH MENGGUNAKAN KATALIS KALSIUM OKSIDA
title_fullStr PRODUKSI BIODIESEL DARI MINYAK JELANTAH MENGGUNAKAN KATALIS KALSIUM OKSIDA
title_full_unstemmed PRODUKSI BIODIESEL DARI MINYAK JELANTAH MENGGUNAKAN KATALIS KALSIUM OKSIDA
title_sort produksi biodiesel dari minyak jelantah menggunakan katalis kalsium oksida
publisher Universitas Nahdlatul Ulama Sidoarjo
series Journal of Research and Technology
issn 2460-5972
2477-6165
publishDate 2016-08-01
description The transesterification  reaction  has performed to convert waste cooking oils into biodiesel with assistant of  heterogen catalyst of calcium oxide using reactor  in a laboratory . The reaction was performed in two stages that is the esterification followed transesterification reaction. The aim of research is to study the effect of temperature and time reaction on viscosity and biodiesel yield. The results showed that obtained biodiesel had viscosity value in accordance with SNI 04-7182-2006 about diesel-fuel viscosity.  At lower temperature (40, 45, and 50°C), the longer reaction time could lead to the increasing of biodiesel yield. Meanwhile, at higher temperature reaction (55°C and 60°C) the longer reaction time could reduce biodiesel yield. The highest biodiesel yield was obtained at following reaction condition: temperature reaction 50°C, 6 hours reaction time, ratio oil:MeOH = 1:48 molar ratio, % wt CaO = 8% to weight of waste cooking oil.
topic Biodiesel, Calcium oxide, Transesterification, Waste cooking oil.
url http://journal.unusida.ac.id/index.php/jrt/article/view/20
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