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Title: Environmental Impact of Butanol and Algae Oil addition in Gasoline at different Compression Ratio
Authors: Saraswat, M
Chauhan, N R
Keywords: Microalgae;Emissions;Carbon monoxides;Hydrocarbons;Variable compression ratio;Bio-fuel
Issue Date: Jun-2019
Publisher: NISCAIR-CSIR, India
Abstract: The utilization of biofuels in IC engines have been increased and trending area of research due to the sustainability of butanol and algae fuels. As these fuels are readily available and the route of production of these fuels is also not limited. Because of the technological advancements and demand of alternative fuels, the operating conditions of IC Engines are becoming stringent, precise and more demanding. Further, it is very well established fact that the emissions of engine depends on the performance of fuel, type of fuel blends and ratio of blending. Therefore, it is more important that the type of fuel or fuel blends may be selected in such a way that it may provide the optimal performance. The review of the available experimental studies shows that the performance and emission characteristics of butanol and algae oil fuel blends with gasoline are limited in SI Engines. Thus, there is need to carry out the experimental studies related to the emissions of butanol and algae oil fuel blends in SI Engines. Further, the use of butanol and algae oil may be good alternative fuel or may be added to gasoline.
Page(s): 382-385
ISSN: 0975-1084 (Online); 0022-4456 (Print)
Appears in Collections:JSIR Vol.78(06) [June 2019]

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