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Experimental investigation of Combustion, Performance and Emission in single cylinder diesel engine operated on blends of diesel and waste cooking oil

Author : Ajay Kumar Yadav and Anoop Kumar Pathariya

Pages : 1023-1029, DOI:
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We all are aware with the limited amount of energy and there resources. Today the agriculture sector needs good amount of energy, mainly energy from CI engine. As the consumption of energy increase the demand of energy also increases, mainly in petroleum sector. Today 90 % of the total demand is full filled by the fossil fuels. The petroleum sector needs some alternative fuels to reach the demand. This research straightly focused on the use of waist cooking oil This concept also needs to aware with the consequences of reusing the WCO domestically and in restaurants. whenever the demand of energy needed we searches about alternative fuels so to complete the research for a alternative fuel we have to learn about fossil fuels ,exhaust emissions ,global warming etc. Here we used blends of waist cooking oil and diesel oil which are prepared by volume name as B5 using 5% of WCO and B10 comprise 10% WCO. The combustion , performance and emission properties are studied experimentally by combustion of different blends at different loads. It has to observed that in performance characteristic Mechanical efficiency is more for B10 when compare with B5 and conventional Diesel. When the load is increases fuel consumptions shows a considerable fall while it is noticeable that CO emission trend decreases and NOx increases after increasing some loads and HC are also indicate a down fall trend ,on other hand CO2 emissions shows less affected.

Keywords: Combustion, Performance and Emission etc.

Article published in International Journal of Current Engineering and Technology, Vol.8, No.4 (July/Aug 2018)

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