Journal of Sustainable Bioenergy Systems

Journal of Sustainable Bioenergy Systems

ISSN Print: 2165-400X
ISSN Online: 2165-4018
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"A Comparative Study on the Engine Performance and Exhaust Emissions of Biodiesel from Various Vegetable Oils and Animal Fat"
written by Bjorn S. Santos, Sergio C. Capareda,
published by Journal of Sustainable Bioenergy Systems, Vol.5 No.3, 2015
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