Analyzing Carbon and Particulate Matter Emissions in Compression Ignition Engines with Biodiesel and Nanoparticle Additives

Authors

  • Zohaib Khan Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of larkno, larkana, Sindh Pakistan/ Faculty of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, Universiti tun Hussein onn, Malaysia
  • Jameel Ahmed Mahesar Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of larkano, larkana Sindh
  • Sajjad Bhangwar Department of Mechanical Engineering, Quaid-e-awam University of Engineering Science and Technology Nawabshah, Sindh
  • Sher Muhammad Ghoto Department of Mechanical Engineering, Quaid-e-awam University of Engineering Science and Technology Nawabshah, Sindh

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53762/alqamar.07.02.e04

Keywords:

engines (D.E) engine, Diesel, Bio-Diesel, nanoparticles, carbon emission, particulate matter emission, NOx and Hydrocarbon

Abstract

Pollutants from vehicles pose a direct threat to our ecosystem due to the emission of hazardous gases. The increasing urbanization of the world has led to higher consumption of petroleum products. These products, such as diesel and petrol, are derived from crude oil, which has limited reserves, and natural gas stocks are also limited. Countries with low or no fossil fuel reserves face significant shortages of gasoline, crude oil, and petroleum production and supplies. This study aims to evaluate the effects of using biodiesel as an additive in diesel engines for the analysis of carbon   and particulate matter emissions. The results found that carbon emissions reduce 1.13% in biodiesel, 2.54% reduction in aluminum oxide   and particulate matter emissions were 4.459 biodiesel 9.669% reduced in aluminum oxide with compared to diesel. Furthermore, the addition of nanoparticles to the biodiesel blend further reduced emissions.

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Published

2024-06-21

How to Cite

Zohaib Khan, Jameel Ahmed Mahesar, Sajjad Bhangwar, and Sher Muhammad Ghoto. 2024. “Analyzing Carbon and Particulate Matter Emissions in Compression Ignition Engines With Biodiesel and Nanoparticle Additives”. Al-Qamar, June, 55-66. https://doi.org/10.53762/alqamar.07.02.e04.

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