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Investigation on Some Parameter of Diesel Engine for Different Nozzle Geometry


Aniket Sarode , DBACER,Nagpur; Devashish Kulkarni, DBACER; Anshul Nahatkar, DBACER; Ankit Potdukhe, DBACER; Prof. P. A. Hatwalne, DBACER


Fuel Injector Nozzles, Internal Combustion Engine


The study is based on the investigation of effect of different spray pattern for different nozzle geometry on brake power and emission characteristics of diesel engine. The Internal Combustion Engine is one of the most widely used machine which produces the pollutant gases due to improper mixing of fuel and air and due to unburned fuel. The spray parameters have direct influence on combustion, which in turn affects the engine performance and combustion characteristics. To analyze the power and emission the experiment was carried out on 7.3kw single cylinder four–stroke kirloskar diesel engine. Analysis was done for different spray pattern for same engine and result were compared. The result were presented in form of rpm(revolution per minute) and emission parameters like NOx, CO2, CO, HC, O2.the analysis was done on 3-hole. 4-hole and 5-hole nozzle. The results were compared for this parameters for different nozzle geometry.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV4I120672
Published in: Volume : 4, Issue : 12
Publication Date: 01/03/2017
Page(s): 896-898

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