Author: William H. Kemp
Publisher: Aztext Press, 2006
Soft Cover, 6"x9", 588 pages
Biodeiesel, (a clean, renewable diesel-like fuel that minimizes exhaust emissions and air toxins) is one of the most thoroughly tested alternative fuels, with over 100 million kilometers of in-field use. Large scale biodiesel production capacity in North America now exceeds 1.2 billion liters and continues to grow annually.
Biodiesel: Basics and Beyond draws on the collective experience of North American and European researchers, with the author redeveloping and detailing the step-by-step processes and equipment required for the micro and small-scale producer to produce biodiesel fuel that can meet North American standards. The book details the construction and operation of a 40-gallon-per-day, scalable-size biodiesel production facility, including a test and measurement laboratory for determining fuel quality.
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