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Comparative Study On The Performance, Combustion And Emission Of A DI-Diesel Engine Tested With Methyl Esters Of Jatropha And Palm Kernel Oils With Cold EGR Technique Implementation.

By S. Adinarayana, Y. M. C. Sekhar, M. Anil Prakash, K. Praveen and R. S. U. M. Raju


Tail pipe emission control has become one of the most interesting challenges in automotive technology.Researchers across the globe are concentrating on to reduce the emissions with high environmental impact either by adapting to new technologies or alternate fuels or both.In this paper, cold EGR technique by replacing a part of incoming air is used with the implementation of biodiesels suchas JatrophaMethyl Ester and Palm Kernel Methyl Ester are testedin a direct injection, single cylinder diesel engine and compared in the areas of combustion, engine performance and exhaust emission. Biodiesels are known to reduce the exhaust emissions, except for the oxides of Nitrogen. An attempt is made to assess the NO reduction aspect with EGR

Year: 2014
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