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Title: Themo-oxidative stability ald cold flow properties of babassu biodiesel by PDSC ans TMDSC techniques
Authors: Bicudo, Tatiana de Campos
Santos, N. A.
Santos, J. R. J.
Sinfrônio, F. S. M.
Santos, I. M. G.
Antoniosi Filho, N. R.
Fernandes Jr, V. J.
Souza, A. G.
Keywords: Biodiesel;PDSC;TMDSC
Issue Date: 27-Apr-2009
Publisher: Springer
Citation: SANTOS, N. A.; SANTOS, J. R. J.; SINFRÔNIO, F. S. M.; BICUDO, T. C.; SANTOS, I. M. G.; ANTONIOSI FILHO, N. R.; FERNANDES, V. J.; SOUZA, A. G.. Thermo-oxidative stability and cold flow properties of babassu biodiesel by PDSC and TMDSC techniques. Journal Of Thermal Analysis And Calorimetry, [S.L.], v. 97, n. 2, p. 611-614, 27 abr. 2009. Disponível em: Acesso em: 08 set. 2020.
Portuguese Abstract: The babassu (Orbignya PhalerataMart.) biodiesel has lauric esters as main constituents, resulting in high oxidative stability and low cloud and freezing points. In order to reduce these side effects, the saturated ethyl esters content was reduced by means of winterization process. The TMDSC and PDSC techniques were used to verify the thermal and oxidative stabilities of the ethyl babassu biodiesel. During the heating stage, the winterized solid phase of ethyl esters presented an endothermic transition associated to the solidification process. This behavior was not observed for the liquid winterized FAEE, confirming the efficiency of the winterization process
ISSN: 1572-8943
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