Renewable Aviation Fuel: Review of Bio-jet Fuel for Aviation Industry

Shuaibu Alani Balogun
Ihwan Ghazali
Abdullahi Tanko Mohammed
Dhany Hermansyah
Ayu Amanah + 1 penulis lainnya
Mega Tri Kurnia
2022  •  DOI: 10.56741/esl.v1i01.59


The search for environmentally sound, socially responsible, and economically viable renewable fuel generation methods is a major global concern. A type of aviation fuel called jet fuel or often spelled avtur is intended for use in aeroplanes with turbine (gas) engines. Jet fuel appears colourless. The fuels Jet A and Jet A-1 are the most frequently used ones in commercial aviation sector. Other than Jet B, which is utilised for its enhanced cold-weather operation, there are no other jet fuels that are frequently used in gas-turbine-engine in the aviation industry. Renewable aviation fuel or known as bio-jet fuels represent a sizable sector for the consumption of fossil fuels. The production of bioethanol and biodiesel for piston engine vehicles in internal combustion engines has already shown that biofuel can play a significant role in the development of sustainable renewable aviation jet fuel. Here, we also provide a book review on the potential bio-jet fuel as a renewable aviation jet fuel.

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