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|Title:||Effect of two-springs split injection on the performance and emission characteristics of diesel-oxygenated blends in a DI diesel engine|
|Keywords:||Diesel engine;Single-spring injection;Two-springs split injection;Oxygenated compound blend;Emission parameters|
|Abstract:||This paper attempts to find the use of two-springs split injection with an oxygenated compound blended with diesel to address the environmental pollution issue especially in smoke and oxides of nitrogen emission reduction besides retaining the performance. Experimental investigation has been carried out to study the performance, and emission characteristics of diesel and diesel-diethyl carbonate oxygenated compounds blend in the proportions of 10% by volume in a direct injection (DI) single cylinder diesel engine using the standard single-spring injection and two-springs split injection. From the investigation it has been observed that with two-springs split injection at an injection timings of 27° before top dead center (BTDC) the brake thermal efficiency is found as 29.3%, oxides of nitrogen emission as 1.32 g/kWh and smoke level as 36% opacity with 10% diethyl carbonate-diesel oxygenated blend.|
|ISSN:||0975-1017 (Online); 0971-4588 (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||IJEMS Vol.19(6) [December 2012]|
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