Browse Publications Technical Papers 2019-28-0047
2019-10-11

Impact of Waste Plastic Oil and its Blends on Performance combustion and emission Characteristics of CRDI Engine 2019-28-0047

Utilization of diesel is augmented consistently by transportation and industrial sectors which is making its existence obsolete in near future. Tremendous research has been done by many researchers to find an appropriate alternative for diesel fuel, in this scenario abundant acquisition of plastic wastes and their improper retreating techniques has grabbed the attention of researchers to convert them into alternative fuel for IC engines. This experimental investigation aims to study the performance, combustion and emission characteristics of common rail diesel injection (CRDI) fuelled with waste plastic oil and diesel blends at different injection strategies and at various loading conditions. From the results it is observed that slight decline in the thermal efficiency of the engine when operated with waste plastic oil (100%) due to high viscosity and lower heating value. There was a significant reduction in NOx emissions for low injection pressures of plastic diesel blend (P30). This study shows that waste plastic oil blend can be successfully used in the diesel engines without any major modifications.

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