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Emission and Performance Characteristics of Compressed Ignition Engine Fueled with Hydrogen and Diesel

Journal: International Journal of Mechanical and Production Engineering Research and Development (IJMPERD ) (Vol.10, No. 3)

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Page : 4177-4188

Keywords : IC Engine; Hydrogen; Timed Manifold Induction (TMI) Technique; Load & Emissions;

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The internal combustion (IC) engines have recently become a key and important bit of our present day life. Hydrogen is an inexhaustible and clean-consuming fuel it gives ascends to some unwanted burning issues in an engine activity, for example, Misfire, premature combustion, pinking and quick amount of pressure rise in combustion chamber. It has been tentatively assessed that the Timed Manifold Induction (TMI) procedure plays a prevailing work in acquiring smooth engine operation. The variation of loads and range of pressures the Emissions of CO, CO2 , HC, NOX, and O2 qualities are analyzed for a Compressed Ignition engine working on Diesel and Hydrogen in dual fuel mode. In this, experimentation of engine has been tried at particular flow rate of diesel and hydrogen at constant speed and at steady pressure proportion. With the increased load and fraction of Hydrogen (H2 ) being introduced into the engine by 10%, 20%, 30%, 40% and half of the total charge, With expanding load and fraction of Hydrogen (H2 ) introduction into the engine by 10%, 20%, 30%, 40% and 50% of absolute charge there is a significant decreases in smoke emissions and an astounding increase in nitrogen oxides. Totally unburned hydrocarbons are seen with the expansion of hydrogen content in spite of the way that CO2 and CO gaseous releases diminished extensively. Because of lower carbon in the Diesel-Hydrogen, carbon monoxide diminishes with H2 expansion

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