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Title: Characterization of density of biodiesel from soybean, sunflower, canola, and beef tallow in relation to temperature, using a digital density meter with a metrological point of view
Authors: Santo Filho, Dalni Malta do Espírito
Abreu, Fernando Luiz Barbuda de
Pereira, Roberto Guimarães
Siqueira, José Renato Real
Santos Júnior, José Júlio Pinheiro dos
Daroda, Romeu José
Keywords: Biotecnologia
Biodiesel
Biodiesel de soja
Biodiesel de girassol
Biodiesel de sebo de boi
Biodiesel de canola
Densidade
Metrologia
Issue Date: 2010
Citation: SANTO FILHO, D. M. E. et al. Characterization of density of biodiesel from soybean, sunflower, canola, and beef tallow in relation to temperature, using a digital density meter with a metrological point of view. Journal of ASTM International, v. 7, n. 2, 2010.
Abstract: In this article we study the behavior of biodiesel density from soybean oil, sunflower oil, canola oil, and beef tallow, the last one transesterified with ethanol and the others with methanol in relation to temperature with a metrological point of view. These quantities were measured with a digital density meter, one of the Brazilian density standards, in a temperature range between 15 and 40°C. Measurement uncertainty was calculated. The behavior of density is analyzed considering the estimated uncertainty. The density from all the samples investigated shows a linear behavior with respect to temperature.
Description: 6 p. : il.
Document type: Artigo / Article
Unit: Divisão de Metrologia Mecânica - DIMEC
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