Experimental Out Comes Related to Property Analysis of Tripartition Fuel Blend – A Step towards New Generation Fuel
The economy of India will be at risk as the finite supplies of petroleum imported from volatile parts of the globe will lead to an eventual depletion. More over for improvement of the ambient air quality, vehicular emissions control technologies with lesser fuel consumption is utmost needed. Vehicular pollution causes severe public health and environmental issues. Generally, major pollutants released by engines are CO, NOx, un-burnt hydrocarbons, smoke and particulate matter. Therefore, the improvement in fuel and diesel engine technologies used in transportation sector have to meet out two major challenges i.e. betterment of engine efficiency and minimization of exhaust emission. For modified fuel identification a detail observation like production process, its properties and exhaust emissions need to be analyzed.
Bio-diesel is considered as oxygenated fuel with good burning efficiency, biodegradable, non-toxic, eco friendly, and better lubrication properties and free from sulphur. In Bio-diesel fuelled engines, sufficient reduction in hydrocarbon (HC), carbon mono-oxide (CO) and particulate matter (PM) emissions is being observed, but NOx emissions observed at higher side. Slightly lower the brake specific fuel consumption (bsfc) and the brake thermal efficiency (BTE) are observed for bio-diesel fuelled engines compare to diesel engines.
Research indicated sensitivity of mahuva biodiesel towards ignition delay. As per study at US department of energy, biodiesel can reduce CO2 emission by 75% and does not contain toxic chemicals like sulphur; acid rain can also be eliminated.
To address above issues controlling low environmental impacts to observe property analysis of tripartition of fuel using direct injection testing in compression ignition engines.