Performance Analysis of Pongamia (Karanj Oil) as Fuel in Diesel Engine
1V. Srinivasan, G. Loganathan, M. Francis Luther King and G. Kumar
The experimental outcomes on a diesel engine with numerous emission performances of fuels primarily based on pongamia pinnata oil as compared with diesel gasoline. Fuels utilized in experimental research have been combinations of pongamia pinnata methyl ester and diesel in exclusive proportions: 80% diesel - 20% PPME,60%diesel-40% PPME, 40% diesel - 60% PPME, 20% diesel gas- 80% PPME, 100% PPME and 100% diesel as (reference). The project had focused on the use of fuels derived from pongamia pinnata oil on the prevailing kirloskar AV1 engines. Fuel related properties were reviewed and as compared with the ones of traditional diesel fuel. The effect of use of biofuel on engine emissions from biodiesel and diesel fuels were as compared, paying unique interest to the maximum enormous emissions which include Hydro carbons, carbon monoxide, nitric oxides and particulates be counted.
Karanj Oil, Bio Diesel, Diesel Engine