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Performance and Emission Study of Raw Karanja Oil on a Single Cylinder Diesel Engine

Author : Rajan Kumar 1 M.K.Mishra 2

Date of Publication :20th July 2017

Abstract: The objective of the present work is to evaluate the fuel qualities and check the adaptility of the raw karanja oil on diesel engine. The physico-chemical properties of the karanja oil are characterized and its performance and emission characteristics are studied on diesel engine. The results were analyzed and compared to the reference test fuel diesel. The results showed that the thermal efficiency of raw karanja oil is higher than diesel and the CO emission and exhaust temperature of diesel is found to be lower than karanja oil.

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