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Paper Title :
Performance Parameter Analysis Of Diesel Engine By Using A Mixture Of Diesel, Jatropha Oil, Mno - Nanomaterial And A Suitable Antioxidant -A Review

Author :S K Sharma, R K Das, R Kumar

Article Citation :S K Sharma ,R K Das ,R Kumar , (2013 ) " Performance Parameter Analysis Of Diesel Engine By Using A Mixture Of Diesel, Jatropha Oil, Mno - Nanomaterial And A Suitable Antioxidant -A Review " , International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering (IJMPE) , pp. 32-35, Volume-1,Issue-6

Abstract : In today’s scenario of energy resources, conventional energy resources are depleting very fast and there is huge energy demand. Diesel is used in almost all the fields like transportation, fright, construction, agriculture and port. So, abundant amount of diesel fuel is required every day. Emission of pollutants is the major problem associated with the diesel fuel. High Particulate Matter (PM) and Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) emissions remains a challenge of technical issues for the diesel engine today. It is important to save the fuel to compensate energy demand.The emission norms on internal combustion engine are becoming more and more stringent with a view to improve the ambient air quality. Several experiments are being conducted to mix diesel with some other appropriate material which can give some better result with high performance parameter and comparatively less hazardous emission. Jatropha biodiesel has given a new edge in the field of saving the conventional source of energy like diesel due to its various similar chemical properties with diesel. The use of antioxidant additives not only slows down the oxidation processes but also improves the fuel stability up to a certain extent; so calculated amount of antioxidant is mixed with diesel and jatropha blend. Nanometal oxide additives are reported to be effective in lowering diesel emissions.

Type : Research paper


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