Production of Crude Oil from the Plastic Bags

International Journal of Chemical Engineering Research
© 2014 by SSRG - IJCER Journal
Volume 1 Issue 1
Year of Publication : 2014
Authors : Dr.S.Vinothkumar, P.Sudarventhan
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MLA Style:

Dr.S.Vinothkumar, P.Sudarventhan, "Production of Crude Oil from the Plastic Bags" SSRG International Journal of Chemical Engineering Research 1.1 (2014): 7-9.

APA Style:

Dr.S.Vinothkumar, P.Sudarventhan,(2014). Production of Crude Oil from the Plastic Bags. SSRG International Journal of Chemical Engineering Research 1(1), 7-9.

Abstract:

This paper discuss about the crude oil preparation from the plastic bags. The main of this paper is to convert the waste plastics in to the resources. The plastic consist of the synthetic and organic materials. It has the high molecular mass. The fuel will be produced from the  plastic wastes. The conversion of the plastic to the fuel will be dépend upon the level of the plastics. In this it will require feed stocks. It will perform various composite reaction to convert the plastic wastes into crude oil.  The conversion of waste plastics into fuel is depend upon the type of the plastic that to be used for the conversion. Based upon the property.

 

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Key Words:

Crude oil, fuel, plastics