A Green Project: Controlled Emissions from CI Engine through Different Blends of Bio-Diesel Fuel on Sustainability Basis

Authors

  • Tejas S. Fanse Department of Mechanical Engineering, Texas A&M University, Kingsville, TX, United States of America

Keywords:

Bio-Diesel, Ambadi oil, Trans-esterification, Green-Manufacturing

Abstract

Biodiesel is an alternative diesel fuel that is produced from vegetable oils and animal fats. To preserve the biodiversity, locally available oil crops need to be identified and evaluated for its biodiesel potential. The increase in number of automobiles in recent years has resulted in great demand for petrol and diesel products. Due to shortage of petroleum diesel fuel and its increasing cost, an alternate source of fuel for diesel is very much needed, as well as it is essential to lower the pollution created by market fuel and hence, approach towards green manufacturing and green products comes into scenario. Modifications in engine or fuel system are not required to run the engine on biodiesel. All vehicles perform well when fueled with biodiesel blend and no fuel related problems creates during running. In this paper, it is found that as by increasing the proportions of Ambadi oil (by trans-esterification process) in a market diesel, the emissions of CO, CO2, HC are going to decrease as compared to diesel.

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Published

10-06-2022

How to Cite

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T. S. Fanse, “A Green Project: Controlled Emissions from CI Engine through Different Blends of Bio-Diesel Fuel on Sustainability Basis”, IJRESM, vol. 5, no. 6, pp. 39–44, Jun. 2022.

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