Effect Of Storage Time On The Properties Of Seeds, Oil And Biodiesel From Reutealis Trisperma | 101292
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The time profile of moisture content for different fractions (PT-3, PT-7, PT-14, NPT-21) of trisperma seeds (Reutealis
trisperma) was determined at a relative humidity of 67% and 27°C for a four months period. The diffusion coefficient
of water in the trisperma seeds was determined using an analytical solution of the stationary diffusion equation and used
to model the moisture content in the seeds. The total oil content of the seeds and the acid value of the extracted oil from the
stored seeds were periodically measured for four months. The acid value of the extracted oil from the stored seeds increased
for all conditions (1.1 to 2.8 mg KOH/g for PT-3, 1.9 to 9.9 mg KOH/g for PT-7, 3.4 to 11.6 mg KOH/g for PT-14 and 4.7 to
25.4 mg KOH/g for NPT-21). The acid value of trisperma oil and biodiesel that has been stored for four months (27°C, closed
container) was also determined. Upon storage, the acid value of trisperma oil and biodiesel only slightly increased from 1.1 to
1.3 mg KOH/g and 0.4 to 0.43 mg KOH/g, respectively.
Muhammad Yusuf Abduh has completed his PhD at the age of 31 years from the University of Groningen. He is the co-founder of Bio Proshafa Karya and Biorefinery Society, start-up companies in the valorization of renewable sources to produce bioproducts. He has published more than 10 papers and has been serving as a reviewer in reputed journals.