Experimental setup of recycling waste Lubricating oil into fuel
Sahil Raut, Sandeep Lutade, Nikhil Wankhede, Shubham Mishra, Sachin Girhepunje, Sudatta Chahande
Waste lubricating oil, Fossil fuel, Thermal Cracking, Pyrolysis process, fuel, emission.
Abstract—The fossil fuels resources reserves are depleting day by day and the cost of petroleum products is also increasing. This is becoming a big trouble for today’s world. In India the depletion of fossil fuels is increasing which lead to increasing cost of petroleum products. India has importing fossil fuel from gulf countries. According to recent studies it is estimated that crude oil will be lasting only for roughly 80 more years, gaseous fuels for 150 year and coal for 230 years. Therefore many scientists and researcher are working hard all over the world to discover the new sources of energy for future needs. Also the disposal is becoming increasing impracticable which concerns environmental pollution. So nowadays the waste recycling is going on. In this project the waste lubricating is recycled into useful fuel. The waste lubricating oil is collected from the garages and service stations, where the vehicles are serviced. There are two methods of recycling waste lubricating oil by thermal cracking and pyrolytic distillation. This gives a brief review of recycling of waste lubricating oil into fuel by pyrolytic distillation. Our aim was to make useful fuel .For analysis we have tested the properties of waste lubricating oil and the fuel which obtained after distillation. This fuel obtained was run in SI engine with different proportion and emission of gases was checked by multi gas analyzer machine.
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Unique Paper ID: 147801

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 5, Issue 11

Page(s): 55 - 58
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Last Date 25 June 2018

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