Thermodynamic Analysis of Compression Ignition Engine by Using the Blend of
Refined Waste Engine Oil of Railway 2020-28-0443
Due to depletion of fossil fuel reserves increase in energy demand from past to present
stringent emission norms have led the researchers to find alternative fuels for internal
combustion engines. Tendency of oil price have increased consecutively. Especially
India has deficient amount of fossil fuel for this reason, India has to import fossil fuel,
such as petroleum for domestic demand. In this context, waste oils of railway engine
get refined by chemical process and then blended in different proportion with diesel.
Blends were prepared as B5, B10, B15, B20, B25 and B30. After blending each blend
has experimented on diesel engine at different load condition. After experiment it was
concluded that B30 was optimum blend for the desired values of parameters, B.P.,
B.S.F.C, BTE, T.F.C and QBP but the parameter Qs was found in maximum range for
the blend B20 and EGT was found in minimum range for pure diesel and QEx and Qcw
were in minimum range for blend B 10.
Neelesh Soni, Mahendra Reddy Vanteru
International Conference on Advances in Design, Materials, Manufacturing and Surface Engineering for Mobility