Performance and Emissions Characteristics of a Naturally Aspirated Diesel Engine with Vegetable Oil Fuels-(Part 2) 810955
A naturally aspirated, direct injected diesel engine was used to evaluate the performance and emissions characteristics of a crude soybean oil, a 50 percent (by volume) mixture of crude soybean oil and #2 diesel fuel, and a degummed soybean oil. The data were compared with previous tests conducted on the same engine using #2 diesel fuel, crude sunflower oil and a 50 percent mixture of crude sunflower oil and #2 diesel fuel.
Citation: Humke, A. and Barsic, N., "Performance and Emissions Characteristics of a Naturally Aspirated Diesel Engine with Vegetable Oil Fuels-(Part 2)," SAE Technical Paper 810955, 1981, https://doi.org/10.4271/810955. Download Citation
A. L. Humke, N. J. Barsic
John Deere Product Engineering Center
1981 SAE International Off-Highway and Powerplant Congress and Exposition
Diesel Combustion and Emissions-Part Iii-SP-0495, SAE 1981Transactions-V90-A