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Investigation of the Engine Combustion Emissions and Engine Combustion Performance when N-Butanol as Additive Into Biodiesel

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

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Page : 951-968

Keywords : Combustion Performance; Exhaust Emissions; n-Butanol; Butanol-Acetone & Additive;

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The consumption of non-renewable fuel sources (fossil fuels, etc.) in the natural environment is a large amount of exhaust gas emissions that can be generated after combustion of fuel in internal combustion engines. Due to this severe environmental problem, researchers have studied the alternative energy of engines. A new interest has emerged. Biodiesel has been recognized as one of the most promising renewable energy sources in the world in recent decades. Therefore, research has been conducted to increase the biodiesel-diesel mixture in which 10% n-butanol (volume) is added, which is generally considered to be an oxygen-containing additive. However, the addition of n-butanol does not meet engine emissions, so we can consider adding a butanol-acetone mixture as an additive to the engine to improve engine combustion performance and exhaust emissions

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