Perfomance and Emission Characterisitcs of Diesel Engine from Non Edible Vegetable Oil
Dr.M.Pandian, S.Harish kumar, S.Nandha kumar, S.Parthiban, P.G. Pranav ram
Biodiesels, Cotton seed oil, Jojoba seed oil, diesel engine.
The growing demand for conventional fuel sources has prompted people to consider alternative fuels that can replace current needs by a certain percentage. A great deal of investigation and research has been carried out to identify the non edible seeds as a potential raw material for which oil can be extracted. Experimental studies have been carried out by several researchers in the production of biodiesel from extracted, transesterified oils and have studied the different characteristics of the fuel produced. This biodiesel is made by mixing the Cotton seed oil and jojoba oil and test is done by the mixing this diesel. A number of experimental works are carried out using available fuel from non-edible oil raw materials to study the performance of this biodiesel using a compression ignition engine.
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Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 1

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