What is it about?
The publication discusses the production of eco-friendly biolubricants as an alternative to traditional mineral lubricants. It highlights the increasing demand for energy and the need for sustainable biofuels. The document explores the use of nonedible oils as feedstocks for biolubricants and emphasizes their advantages over petroleum-based lubricants. It provides information on the characteristics and properties of biolubricants, as well as the process of transesterification for their production. The publication also includes a bibliometric analysis of research on biolubricants and offers recommendations for future research and strategies for commercialization. Overall, the document aims to provide knowledge and assist various stakeholders in understanding the potential and application of eco-friendly biolubricants .
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Why is it important?
What is unique and/or timely about this work is that it provides a detailed analysis of the current state of biolubricant production and its potential as a replacement for mineral lubricants. It discusses the technical advantages of using nonedible oils and the transesterification process for biolubricant production. The document also includes a bibliometric analysis that helps identify key researchers, journals, and research trends in the field. By providing knowledge on eco-friendly biolubricants and offering insights for future research and commercialization strategies, this work can be valuable for governmental energy departments, organizations, entrepreneurs, and industrial stakeholders who are interested in understanding and utilizing bio lubricants. It can contribute to increasing readership by providing a comprehensive overview of the topic and addressing the growing demand for sustainable and renewable energy sources.
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This page is a summary of: A review on properties, challenges and commercial aspects of eco-friendly biolubricants productions, Chemosphere, December 2022, Elsevier,
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