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2013 (Vol. 6, Issue: 15)
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Case Study of Emission Reduction from a Mobile Vehicle Fuelled with Vegetable Oil

N. Kanthavelkumaran and P. Seenikannan
Corresponding Author:  N. Kanthavelkumaran 

Key words:  Alternative fuel, CO, diesel fuels, exhaust emissions, regulated pollutants, soot particles, vegetable oil
Vol. 6 , (15): 2886-2890
Submitted Accepted Published
April 08, 2013 April 29, 2013 August 20, 2013

A preparation of this case study is to achieve an overall estimation of the opportunities and costs for dipping emissions of CO, NOx and soot particles. It should also address the potential positive effects of such measures for health, ecosystems and climate from worldwide angle. This research work was carried out for to control the emissions of regulated pollutants (CO, NOx and studys) from a light vehicle fuelled with Diesel fuel, new and waste vegetable oils and blends of Diesel fuel and oils were deliberate, as a function of engine speed. Various emissions products were also quantified, as well as the smoke cloudiness. The emission levels when using clean or blended oil (25, 50 and 75%) with lone fuel are quite similar to the ones from diesel fuel alone, but patterns are found with a small overproduction of CO mutually with a decrease in NO emissions for the 50% blends. No considerable effect of the nature or before use of the oil has been originated.
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N. Kanthavelkumaran and P. Seenikannan, 2013. Case Study of Emission Reduction from a Mobile Vehicle Fuelled with Vegetable Oil.  Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology, 6(15): 2886-2890.
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