STUDY ON EMISSION CHARACTERISTICS OF ETHANOL DRIVED FROM FOOD WASTE AS A FUEL IN DIESEL ENGINE
Author(s):
Martin Jose, Franklin Merlin. R
Keywords:
Ethanol, emission, transesterificationalternative fuel, bio-diesel
Abstract
Significant quantities of food are being wasted by people in day to day life which cause real environmental problems. These food wastes can be used as a potential feedstock for ethanol production and this could also be an alternate for disposal of the polluting residues, which is the primary aim of the project. Secondly, diesel fuel and ethanol were blended for this investigation and injection was done through continuous manifold injection. It reduces exhaust emissions and shows better lube oil quality as compared together tested fuels. This is mainly due to the effect of fuel additive in the blended fuel. The specific objective of this investigation is to develop the performance of fuel by using as in-house-formulated fuel additive. Rice ranks first among the most significant food followed by corn, banana and Mango and milk. It is a stable food among south India. The rice is more prone to wastage at place like marriage halls, hostels, restaurants. To determine the performance, combustion and emission analysis are performed on the single cylinder diesel engine, diesel, ethanol 10, ethanol 20 and ethanol 30.
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Unique Paper ID: 142812

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 2, Issue 6

Page(s): 360 - 363
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