Emission Analysis of Four Strokes Single Cylinder CI Engine Fueled With Mahua Longifolia Biodiesel and Its Blends

Author(s): R. Saravanan, P. Navaneetha Krishnan

Abstract: The augmented demand for renewable energy sources and developing countries like India’s need to secure its energy supply has spurred interest in development of bio fuel production whereas the exhaust emission of the biodiesel is worsening the environment also. The aim of the research is scrutinize the emission behavior of Mahua Longofolia oil and its blends. Mahua Longofolia butyl ester is derived through transesterification process. A single cylinder, water cooled, four stroke diesel engine was used for this work. The subsequent fuels were weathered such as diesel, B10, B20, B30, PB10, PB20, PB30 and survey the exhaust emission behavior in terms of forethought of NOX, CO, HC, CO2 particulate theme and smoke density. Monitor fallout of diesel, Mahua Longofolia oil butyl esters and their blends with diesel by ability were compare. The carbon monoxide emission of the post progression is creating to be subordinate for all loads to evaluate the typical diesel. Substantial and substance property of fuel and slighter amount of time existing for inclusive combustion, the proportion of carbon monoxide emission increase. At superior load stipulation the hydrocarbon emission of diverse blends are higher B10, B20, and B30 blends. In this work for blends B10, B20, and B30 augment in load enhance the hydrocarbon emission. The post process blends PB10, PB20 and PB30 produce less significant hydrocarbon emission at maximum load while compared with other blends. The carbon dioxide emission of the fuel blends B10, B20, and B30 in all load stipulation are increase. PB10, PB20, and PB30 are digressed in all loading condition compare the other blends and standard diesel.