International Journal of Engineering, Science and Mathematics
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Pages: 219-229

Date of Publication: 30-Nov--0001

Experimental investigation in the performance and emissions of the CI engine fueled with Waste vegetable oil and its titanium and aluminum nanoparticle blends

Author: M.NAVEEN KUMAR, Dr. SANJEEV TRIPATHI

Category: Engineering, Science and Mathematics

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Abstract:

In this paper, research is carried out to find the differences in the parameters of performance and emission in CI engine when esterified Waste Vegetable oil blended with different Nano-additives are used as fuel. Experiment is carried out to compare the effects in the performance and emission between Waste Vegetable oil blended with tio2, al203 Nano-additives at different injection pressures.It is observed that all the biodiesel blends on an average had lower emissions when compared to diesel and Al2O3 blends had least NOX emissions along with WVO B30 Al2O3 at 240bar having the least CO%. No noticeable changes were observed in the performance of the engine with these blends as compared to diesel.

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