[biofuel] Re: Smokin BioD, not smokin on PetroD

2004-06-12 Thread Steve Murphy
sorry, yeah, a 6.9L. I still can't believe 6.9 litres could move so slow. It does help explain the volume of smoke though, 9 1/4 wine bottles worth of combustion space! Wow, that seemed like a lot until I converted it to beers, only 19 1/2, still a solid days work. You mean a 6.9 engine though,

[biofuel] Re: Algae farming for oil $

2004-06-12 Thread Marc Orion Cardoso
-- we have been growing various species for years under a wide variety of climatic conditions...now we are developing separation and processing technology we do not have cost figures as of yet that are definitive. Marc - In biofuel@yahoogroups.com, John Woolsey [EMAIL PROTECTED]

[biofuel] New record of 10,705 MPG!!!!

2004-06-12 Thread Busyditch
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[biofuel] newby

2004-06-12 Thread James McDougal
I have been looking for an active Biodiesel group and it appears I have fund one. I currently live in UTAH, USA and I have been looking into biodiesel for a few years. My introduction to Biodiesel a few years ago was as fuel manager for one of the largest refrigerated carries in the US, but have

[biofuel] newest in biodiesel

2004-06-12 Thread Vip Video Club
hi everybody... i do nothing but to read all these e-mail from you all, i have been learning a lot.thanks for the good info. I made a litre of biodiesel,it looks pretty nicecan i use it in my gasoline engine (the litre) as a additive since i don't have a diesel engine yet?will it work as

[biofuel] Re: an animal fats thing

2004-06-12 Thread girl_mark_fire
--- In biofuel@yahoogroups.com, John Hayes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is it true that fast food fryers aso like to use hydrogenated fats because there's a different 'mouthfeel' to foods cooked in them- ie they're crispier or something like htat? mark Well, I have a container of 600

Re: [biofuel] Re: Algae farming for oil $

2004-06-12 Thread John Woolsey
Not to be agressive but will it be cheaper than soy oil? Or whatever the leading cheap oil is these days? Depending on who you believe we may not have much time before a real solution is needed. Will this work today from an economic perspective.

Re: [biofuel] Ice Age bolthole

2004-06-12 Thread George Smiley
Trouble with methane - it's the lightest of all those 'anes' and the amount you can put in a car tire will get you about as far as you walked with the tire. Saw a picture of them cooking with biogas in Vietnam - stored in a huge clear plastic bag suspended over the range and the gas came out

[biofuel] Journey to Forever 90-litre processor

2004-06-12 Thread Keith Addison
Journey to Forever 90-litre processor http://journeytoforever.org/biodiesel_processor10.html This is a cheap, simple, safe and very effective biodiesel processing set-up that you can easily build yourself. It's easy to make high-quality biodiesel this way. We've used 90-litre kerosene

[biofuel] The $150 Appleseed Fumeless Processor

2004-06-12 Thread Keith Addison
Girl Mark's Appleseed processor - updated, new photographs, instructions for use. The $150 Appleseed Fumeless Processor http://journeytoforever.org/biodiesel_processor8.html Best Keith Yahoo! Groups Sponsor ~-- Yahoo! Domains - Claim yours for

Re: [biofuel] Re: Smokin BioD, not smokin on PetroD

2004-06-12 Thread kline
sorry, yeah, a 6.9L. I still can't believe 6.9 litres could move so slow. It does help explain the volume of smoke though, 9 1/4 wine bottles worth of combustion space! Wow, that seemed like a lot until I converted it to beers, only 19 1/2, still a solid days work. You mean a 6.9 engine

Re: [biofuel] newest in biodiesel

2004-06-12 Thread Keith Addison
Hi Jorge hi everybody... i do nothing but to read all these e-mail from you all, i have been learning a lot.thanks for the good info. I made a litre of biodiesel,it looks pretty nicecan i use it in my gasoline engine (the litre) as a additive since i don't have a diesel engine yet? See

Re: [biofuel] Ice Age bolthole

2004-06-12 Thread Keith Addison
George Smiley wrote: Trouble with methane - it's the lightest of all those 'anes' and the amount you can put in a car tire will get you about as far as you walked with the tire. Saw a picture of them cooking with biogas in Vietnam - stored in a huge clear plastic bag suspended over the range

[biofuel] Re: The $150 Appleseed Fumeless Processor

2004-06-12 Thread biobenz
Many thanks to G-Mark. This update will surely make things a lot simpler rather than trying to wing it by trial and (many) error(s) :) I am now almost at the reactor part of building my apparatus. Cabinet is done, wash tank almost complete, and reactor comes in next week. I am wondering though

[biofuel] Re: newby

2004-06-12 Thread biobenz
So, you want details huh? http://journeytoforever.org/biodiesel_make.html Lots and lots and lots of details, resources and just plain general good advise, as well as here of course :) Luc --- In biofuel@yahoogroups.com, James McDougal [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have been looking for an

[biofuel] Re: Algae farming for oil $

2004-06-12 Thread Marc Orion Cardoso
- all indications are that the answer is yes! oil from some of the algaes are extremely suitable for bd. and certainly capable of yeilding far more oil, well beyond 50% yeild our closed loop systems have proven that it is possible to grow algae inexpensively over a broad spectrum of

[biofuel] stanadyne pump compatability

2004-06-12 Thread kd35075
Ok, here is my dilema, I am researching wether to convert my 1985 Chevy Blazer 6.2 to burn alternative fuels such as biodiesel, SVO and WVO. I have learned alot about the fuels, processes and the equipment, but ran into a snag about the viability of my vehicle for this project. Below you will

[biofuel] thermoacoustic cycle generator

2004-06-12 Thread tallex2002
Hi all, There is some very interesting technology described here. THERMOACOUSTIC CYCLE (TAC) GENERATORS http://www.io.com/~frg/ regards tomorrow-energy news group daily alternative energy news and resources added http://groups.yahoo.com/group/tomorrow-energy/

[biofuel] Re: The $150 Appleseed Fumeless Processor

2004-06-12 Thread girl_mark_fire
--- In biofuel@yahoogroups.com, biobenz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If you look really carefully in the photos on the website, there is actually now just such a valve- but the diagram is still the ultra-simple version without one- I haven't gotten around to updating the diagram yet as it , in

[biofuel] Re: Algae farming for oil $

2004-06-12 Thread Marc Orion Cardoso
-- Dear pieter, we have perhaps the only ,and certainly, the most comprehensive manual on growing algae. $180.00 U.S.. this manual is for the serious person doing due dillegance into the feasability and technology of algaeculture.It covers growing rechniques for various lipid (oil)

Re: [biofuel] stanadyne pump compatability

2004-06-12 Thread robert luis rabello
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Best I can tell the pump in my vehicle is a distributor type Stanadyne pump. If I am wrong on that point, someone please correct me! From what I remember, the fuel injector pump on the 5.7, 6.2 and 6.5 is a Roosa Master. I don't know why distributor type

Re: [biofuel] stanadyne pump compatability

2004-06-12 Thread Keith Addison
Not recommended for SVO/WVO use, fine with biodiesel. Best Keith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Best I can tell the pump in my vehicle is a distributor type Stanadyne pump. If I am wrong on that point, someone please correct me! From what I remember, the fuel injector pump on the