Experimental Analysis and Performance Test of a Direct Injection Diesel Engine Fuelled with Madhuca Indica Biodiesel
Wajid, Dr. Harishchandra.V. Astagi, Dr. Prashant G Kamble, Dr. M C Navindgi
Biodiesel, esterification, transesterification, Mahuva methyl ester, performance, emissions.
The performance studies on the diesel engine with blends of mahuva biodiesel. This examination researches the utilization of ethyl liquor (ethanol) as an oxygenated added substance with 20% Mahuva methyl ester diesel mix (B20). Investigation were led to examine the impact of Mahuva methyl ester on execution, discharge and burning attributes of an immediate infusion diesel motor worked at a steady speed of 1500 rpm. The outcomes showed that brake warm effectiveness somewhat expanded and exhaust outflows are essentially diminished with ethanol at full burden conditions. The result revealed that the blend of diesel, biodiesel and Madhuca indica oil can be effectively used as an effective alternative fuels for diesel engines.
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Unique Paper ID: 152444

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 3

Page(s): 365 - 370
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