TO STUDY THE PERFORMANCE EMISSION COMBUSTION OF DI DIESEL ENGINE (ic2008)

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Event Date/Time: May 17, 2008
Abstract Submission Date: May 14, 2008
Paper Submission Date: Jun 06, 2008
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ABSTRACT: This project work “To study the emission performance characteristics of DI Diesel Engine using binary fuel additives” aims to reduce the exhaust emissions from diesel engines, using in-cylinder treatment. Non-metallic organic fuel additives have been selected for this study. They are 2-Methoxy Ethel Acetate and Di Iso Prophyl Ether. 0.5%, 1%, 1.5%, 2% and 2.5% blended concentrations of both the additives are used. The experimental work is carried out in KIRLOSKAR TV-1 ENGINE. The oxides of Nitrogen, particulate matter and smoke were measured in the exhaust. Griess Saltzman procedure is followed to find the NOx. High volume sampler is used to measure the particulates. Smoke meter is used for measuring smoke density of the exhaust. The result shows an appreciable reduction of particulates matter for certain concentrations of additives. But for further reduction of NOx, EGR effect produces the desired result.

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CONCLUSION a. During phase-1 of the project, the determination of the best concentrated volume of additives with diesel considering the emission parameters of NOx and smoke density. Here it was found to be best for 10 ml volume of additives. b. Due to excess of NOx emission, the EGR effect is provided with its setup arrangement connected between exhaust pipe and inlet of gas. At reduced time, the NOx further reduces with improved performance. c. At maximum load condition, the fine reaction of EGR is being observed by the reduction of NOx.