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Paper Title :
Carry Out On Combustion And Dismissal In Everlasting Blockade Warmth Accessory Permission Vegetable Oil And Hydrogen Aspiration

Author :Karthikayan.S, Sankaranarayanan.G, Karthikeyan.R

Article Citation :Karthikayan.S ,Sankaranarayanan.G ,Karthikeyan.R , (2014 ) " Carry Out On Combustion And Dismissal In Everlasting Blockade Warmth Accessory Permission Vegetable Oil And Hydrogen Aspiration " , International Journal of Advances in Mechanical and Civil Engineering (IJAMCE) , pp. 27-32, Volume-1,Issue-1

Abstract : This work investigates the use of vegetable oil with hydrogen aspiration in a diesel engine with modified engine operating parameters. The hydrogen works as combustion improver. The vegetable oil Neat Simarouba Glauca Oil (NSGO) is chosen for this study. A vertical, four stroke, single cylinder diesel engine with modified engine operating parameters was employed in the investigation. The vegetable oil NSGO was admitted through regular fuel injection device of diesel engine and hydrogen was inducted through suction manifold. Inducted hydrogen gas was ignited by the intermediate compounds of NSGO. The NSGO and hydrogen combusts and releases heat during constant pressure process. This constant pressure heat addition offers higher combustion temperature and leading to complete combustion of heavier molecules of NSGO within shorter interval. The results of the experiment disclose that the application of hydrogen has improved combustion behaviour of NSGO. The results of the experiments showed that a considerable improvement has obtained in combustion and emission characteristics of NSGO. This investigation successfully proved that the application of NSGO is possible under a standard diesel engine with minimal engine modification and the combustion and emission characteristics are discussed in this paper.

Type : Research paper


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Author - Karthikayan.S, Sankaranarayanan.G, Karthikeyan.R

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