Biofuels: Engine Performance & Exhaust Emissions

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Pointer Publishers, 2008 - Biomass energy - 216 pages
Basically, Internal Combustion Enginses Or C.I.Engine Are Designed To Operate Under Conventional Fossil Fuels Such As Gasoline, Diesel, Lpg Etc. However, Owing To Rapid Depletion, Escalating Prices And Environmental Pollution, Researchers Around The Globe Have Experimentally Proved That Some Of The Alternative Fuel Needs Engine Modification But Biodiesel Can Be Used Without Any Engine Modification. The Book Deals With Exhaust Emission Aspects Of Internal Combustion Engines With Biodiesel, Effect Of Variation In Injection Pressure On Performance And Exhaust Emission Of C.I. Engine Using Biodiesel, Combustion Enrichment And Emission Reduction Of Biodiesel Using Exhaust Gas Recirculation & Fuel Conditioning, Effect Of Air Preheating Influence On Performance & Emission Characteristics Of D1 Diesel Engine Using Jatropha Curcas As Fuel, Studies On The Performance & Emission Characteristics Of Ricardo Variable Compression Engine Using Three Degummed Non Edible Vegetable Oils, Experimental Analysis Of Diesel Engine With Karanji Seed Oil-Diesel Blend, Environmental Effect Of Biodiesel, Nox And Particulate Emission Studies For Over Load Condition Of A C.I. Engine Fuelled By Vegetable Oil Ester, High Temperature Of Air/Steam Gasification Of Biomass And Waste Etc. The Book Will Be Useful To Students, Academicians, Researchers & Mechanical Engineers.

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