We are confident that scientific advancements can demonstrate, preserve, and enhance biodiesel\'s ability to help meet the food, feed, fiber, and energy needs of the future. We’re always looking for new ways to get young people involved and informed about biodiesel there is some very innovative and creative thinking out there from our young people, and we just wanted to be a part of that.”
BBA is pleased to announce the “SUMMER 2013: BIODIESELCOURSES Level 1, 2 & 3 “providing a great opportunity to those students who have passion for renewable energy and looking for a great future in global biodiesel industry. The summer biodiesel education 3 day course at BBA is set to fuel students’ passion for renewable energy providing appropriate level of exposure to the students with biodiesel courses with a multidisciplinary approach to introduce biodiesel production from farming to fuel
This is a 3-level course
Level – I: Introduction to Biodiesel crops cultivation technology like Algae, Jatropha, Pongamia (Day 1&2)
Level–II: Biodiesel Production technology, economics & uses (Days 2 &3).
Level III: Practical Training: After the presentations, the practical demonstration of following shall be made- 1) Determination of oil content in oilseed; 2) Oilseed extraction; 3) Biodiesel process; 4) Separation process; 5) Glycerol recovery Introduction
Biodiesel level –I (Day 1& 2) will provide participants with information and hands-on experience for the various production feedstock and field demonstration.
Biodiesel Production Level II& III (Days 2 & 3) will provide detailed information with hands-on experience in biodiesel production from various feedstocks. Due to the advanced nature of this course, students must have either taken the one day introductory course or have previous experience with biodiesel production.
In nut shell the Course shall have the presentations by eminent experts covering the following topics
- Potential Non Food crops such as Jatropha, Pongamia as biodiesel feedstocks and their propagation techniques
- Algae as a potential feedstock
- Introduction to biodiesel and production Technology
- Economics of biodiesel Industry and global scenario
- Quality norms and Government policies and legislation