Experimental Evalution of Palmyra Oil Blends in VCR Diesel Engine by using EGR Systems
Pilli Uday Kumar1, P. Vijay Kumar2, A. Naresh Kumar3
1Pilli Uday Kumar, M.Tech Student Of Mechanical Engineering ,Lakireddy Balireddy College Of Engineering (Mylavaram).
2Dr P. Vijay Kumar, Professor, Mechanical Engineering ,Lakireddy Balireddy College Of Engineering (Mylavaram).
3Mr A. Naresh Kumar, Assistant Professore Mechanical Engineering ,Lakireddy Balireddy College Of Engineering (Mylavaram ).
Manuscript received on 22 August 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on 03 September 2019. | Manuscript published on 30 September 2019. | PP: 2727-2734 | Volume-8 Issue-11, September 2019. | Retrieval Number: K22030981119/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.K2203.0981119
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Abstract: In present days industries are growing at a rapid rate and so as the usage of the diesel. The fossil fuels are limited in nature, the increased usage of diesel is resulting in the depletion of its reserves this gives rise to the need of alternative fuels. Due to low specific fuel consumption and supreme power efficiency it has vast applications compared to other fuels but NOX and smoke has seriously causing problem to environment. For this the Palmyra oil has same properties of diesel with varying compression ratios effects the performance and emission characteristics are evaluated. In this process step wise increase of CRs from 16 initially .Then increases EGRs of 0%,5% and 10% and studied performance and emission characteristics. There is improvement in engine efficiency during EGR increment and at low load .There is simultanesly decrease in NOX emissions . The single cylinder four stroke variable compression performance and emissions can be varied.. when fuel is pure diesel,b15and b35 of Palmyra oil is examined and bear with standard automobile usable diesel was conducted at compression ratio of 16:1 at the degrees of 19 and 23 degrees. The influence of Palmyra oil like compression ratio on fuel consumption ,brake thermal efficiency and exhaust gas emissions like NOx and hc has been investigated .the overall optimum is found to be b15 biodiesel –diesel blended for compression ratio of 16 at different exhaust gas recirculation such as 0, 5 and 10. The same experimentation is done for other blends B15 and B35 with palmyra oil. All the values are compared with each other. The configuration which achieved highest Break thermal efficiency is compared to the common diesel engine configuration used and the advantages and the disadvantages are listed out.
Keywords: Palmyra oil diesel blend, Exhaust gas regeneration, Variable compression ratio, Exhaust emissions
Scope of the Article: Variable compression ratio