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The Effect of Five Hole Injector Nozzle and Toroidal Piston Geometry on Graphene Nanoparticle Biodiesel Powered Compression Ignition Engine Performance
  • Chetan Pawar,
  • Shreeprakash B
Chetan Pawar
Srinivas University

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Srinivas University
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Abstract

The study aims to evaluate and analyze the operational and technical aspects of a compression ignition engine running on biodiesel containing graphene nanoparticles is examined in relation to the geometry of a toroidal piston and a five-hole injector nozzle. A one-cylinder diesel engine was utilized in the experimentation work and performance traits such brake thermal efficiency and pollutants were assessed and compared. The results demonstrate that using a toroidal piston shape and a five-hole injector nozzle increases brake thermal efficiency for Diesel, RBME, RBME30PPMGRAPHENE, and RBME60PPMGRAPHENE at 80% load are 25.6%, 20.4%, 22.4%, and 24.9% respectively, while hydrocarbon found to 42, 60, 48, and 38 ppm respectively, Nitro oxide are recorded as 1080, 650, 942, and 984 ppm respectively and carbon monoxide are 0.12%, 0.34%, 0.2%, and 0.15%, for, Diesel RBME, RBME30PPMGRAPHENE and RBME60PPMGRAPHENE respectively. Overall, the results demonstrate the potential of using a five-hole injector nozzle and toroidal piston geometry in combination with graphene nanoparticle biodiesel the brake thermal efficiency of RBME60PPMGRAPHENE fuel is greater than RBME, RBME30PPMGRAPHENE while the NOx is less in RBME as compared to Diesel, RBME30PPMGRAPHENE and RBME60PPMGRAPHENE.