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COMPARISON ON THE PERFORMANCE AND EMISSION CHARACTERISTICS OF THE BLEND B25 OF PAPAYA OIL METHYL ESTER AND DELONIX REGIA OIL METHYL ESTER ON SINGLE CYLINDER DIESEL ENGINE

  • DINESH KUMAR V Ph.D scholar, Department of Mechanical Engineering, AMET University, Chennai
  • MANOHARAN N Co-Vice Chancellor, AMET University, Kanathur, Chennai

Abstract

The fluctuating prices of petroleum fossil fuels and their gradual depleting has made many researchers to focus on alternate fuel source. Biodiesels gained its better attention to be used as an alternate source of fuel. In general the biodiesels are easily renewable and they produce less hazardous exhaust emissions when used as a fuel. In this paper a comparison is made on the performance and emission characteristics of the blend B25 of papaya oil methyl ester (POME) and delonix regia   oil methyl ester (DROME) under variable load condition from no load to full load condition in the incremental of 20% and at a constant speed of 1500 rpm.

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