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IIJME:Volume 2, Issue 7, July 2014

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Title:
The Effect of Injection Parameters on CI Engines Performance and Emissions Using Sesame and Pongamia Pinnata Methyl Ester as Fuels
Author Name:
Purushotham Nayaka D S, Sreekantha A
Abstract:
ABSTRACT Biodiesel are derived from vegetable and animal fats. In this present work, transesterification of sesame (Gingelly) oil and pongamia pinnata (Honge) oil is done to reduce the viscosity of the vegetable oil. The processed oil is used to operate four strokes, single cylinder diesel engine with blends of methyl ester of sesame and pongamia pinnata. The influence of different injection parameters like injection timing and injection pressure on the performance of diesel fuel blends is studied with an aim to obtain comparative measures of brake power, brake specific fuel consumption brake thermal efficiency and emission like smoke opacity, unburnt hydro carbons, carbon mono oxide, carbon di oxide, and oxides of nitrogen with petroleum diesel. At 200 Bar injection pressure and 30°C injection timing the engine performance is found to be better, while sesame is found to be superior than pongammia pinnata. Keywords: biodiesel, injection pressure, injection pressure, injection parameters.
Cite this article:
Purushotham Nayaka D S, Sreekantha A , " The Effect of Injection Parameters on CI Engines Performance and Emissions Using Sesame and Pongamia Pinnata Methyl Ester as Fuels" , IPASJ INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING (IIJME) , Volume 2, Issue 7, July 2014 , pp. 007-016 , ISSN 2321-6441.
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