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2013 (Vol. 6, Issue: 10)
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Biodiesel Production from Bulk Frying Oil with Ultrasound Assisted

Widayat, Hantoro Satriadi, Oki Yuariski and Djoko Murwono
Corresponding Author:  Widayat 

Key words:  ANOVA, biodiesel, central composite design, optimum, statistic, ultrasonic assisted, yield of biodiesel
Vol. 6 , (10): 1732-1739
Submitted Accepted Published
October 06, 2012 December 03, 2012 July 20, 2013

The objective of this research is to optimize of biodiesel production with ultrasound assisted. Optimization was used central composite design methods. Biodiesel was produced from frying oil with KOH catalyst and ultrasonic assisted. The variables were investigated temperature, catalyst concentration and ratio of methanol to oil. Biodiesel was separated from reactant and impurities with decantation process and distillation process. The results of research obtained optimum conversion 85.95% in operation condition are methanol/oil 5.05:1, catalyst concentration 1.65% and temperature reaction 50C. Mathematic modeling for describe in this process like expressed; Y = 86.2107 - 7.4287X1 + 1.0661X2 + 0.6289X3 - 2.5319X12 - 2.0603X22 - 1.0618X32.
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Widayat, Hantoro Satriadi, Oki Yuariski and Djoko Murwono, 2013. Biodiesel Production from Bulk Frying Oil with Ultrasound Assisted.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 6(10): 1732-1739.
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