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  • Author:
    Gadepalli Ravi Kiran Sastry
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Bio-diesel: biodegradable alternative fuel for diesel engines.

Diesel engine using Biodiesels. Bio-diesel biodegradable alternative fuel for diesel. Dr. Sastry strove to exploit non-edible oil plants to replace diesel oil usage in the conventional diesel engines

Diesel engine using Biodiesels. engInes Dr. Sastry strove to exploit non-edible oil plants to replace diesel oil usage in the conventional diesel engines. The day is not far away to see that all diesel engines run by petro-diesel will be replaced by biodiesel, partially or fully.

This study explores the comprehensive utilization of biodiesel as engine fuel and shows the prevalent global current adoption in automobiles engines.

The diesel engine runs on the diesel, burnt by the heat of compression of air in the cylinder because of its desirable properties such as ignition quality, viscosity, volatility, specific gravity and lubricity. At the same time, depletion of resources has always been a concern with regard to fossil fuels, especially farmers who have always sought alternative fuel for their agricultural production (Demirbas, 2008). This study explores the comprehensive utilization of biodiesel as engine fuel and shows the prevalent global current adoption in automobiles engines.

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The diesel engines are considered workhorse in the global economy due to better thermal efficiency, ruggedness, and load carrying . Biodiesel appears more attractive for many factors because it is nontoxic and biodegradable.

The diesel engines are considered workhorse in the global economy due to better thermal efficiency, ruggedness, and load carrying capacity. They, however, are also the main contributor to air pollution as they emit more oxides of nitrogen, suspended particulate matter as compared to gasoline engines. It is the substitution of petroleum diesel for either power generation or motive power without major modification.

Furthermore, these methyl esters have considerably lower flash points than those of pure vegetable oils.

This is a well known fact that the resources of mineral oils are depleting day-by-day, and the cost of exploration of the remaining reserves is bound to escalate. Moreover, the burning of fossil fuels increases the level of carbon-dioxide in the atmosphere causing the 'Green House' effect. In this context, aviable and sustainable alternative fuel is necessary to cater to a large fleet of automobiles across the world. The advent of biodiesel has come to the rescue in such a warranting situation. Efforts are being made to streamline the systems to produce biodiesels at economically viable rates and apply them in running the diesel engines in lieu of petro-diesel. And the present study is an attempt in this direction. It seeks to exploit non-edible oil plants, especially Jatropha, mahua and palm, to replace diesel oil usage in the conventional diesel engines. Providing transesterification procedure for all the three non-edible oils, it deals with the heat release rate calculations based on the pressure data collected in the combustion chamber. It also extends discussion on the instrumentation and experimentation, as well as the results of the findings.