The methanol ratio, reaction temperature, type and amount of catalyst were different like parameters to conclude their effects on flash point and viscosity of the biodiesel. The synthetic magnesium was dissolved into the biodiesel blend of about 12 mmol Mg.

The analysis on renewable energy resources are going on because of maximum dependent petroleum products, global climate change, the energy crisis, and environmental pollution. Biodiesel is the renewable sources of energy used in diesel engines. Its blends are utilized in diesel engines without any changes.

The animal fats and vegetable oils are not appropriate substitute for fuel in engines, and boilers systems because of unsuitable physical properties like lower pour points, longer molecule chains, lower vapor pressures, higher flash points, and higher viscosities.

These characteristics lead vapor–air mixing, poor atomization, and low pressure, combustion, and engine deposits. As a result, it decreases the viscosity of vegetable oil and enhances the physical characters of animal fat and vegetable oil. Esterification is a catalytic reaction where oil reacts with alcohol to produce esters. There are two kinds of raw materials namely vegetable oils and animal fatty acids.


The project signifies environmental danger, economics, and energy requirement will enhance the importance of methyl ester fuels production determined from fats or oils. As a result, biodiesel blends results food deficiency. 

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