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There is an increasing interest in the world to search for the suitable alternative fuels that are eco-friendly and has less environmental hazards. So, this led to the study of alternative fuels for internal combustion (IC) Engines. One of such fuels is Biodiesel. Biodiesel is prepared from the well-known transesterification process. In the present study, the hostel mess wastes were used as potential feedstock for biogas production in a fixed dome digester. Under dual fuel operation, the flow rate of 2.2 kg/h was found to be optimum on the basis of engine combustion performance and emissions…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
There is an increasing interest in the world to search for the suitable alternative fuels that are eco-friendly and has less environmental hazards. So, this led to the study of alternative fuels for internal combustion (IC) Engines. One of such fuels is Biodiesel. Biodiesel is prepared from the well-known transesterification process. In the present study, the hostel mess wastes were used as potential feedstock for biogas production in a fixed dome digester. Under dual fuel operation, the flow rate of 2.2 kg/h was found to be optimum on the basis of engine combustion performance and emissions characteristics as compared to other biogas flow rates. the usage of biogas with diesel under dual seems to be effective in reducing NOx smoke well trade off from diesel engines. The biogas diesel dual fuel mode is very effective in rural household's electricity generation and agricultural sectors. The biogas dual fuel technology has the potential to utilize the variety of gaseous fuels to solve the current and future problems of energy scarcity and exhaust tailpipe emissions.
Autorenporträt
Dr. S.K. Mahala is working as Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering at IK Gujral Punjab Technical University Campus, Hoshiarpur. Dr. B.S. Chauhan is working as Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering at LPU, Phagwara. The author(s) research interests are IC Engines & Alternate Fuels, Biomass Energy, and Emission Control Techniques.