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Prediction of Exhaust Products from A Diesel Engine with Recirculated Exhaust Gas Cooled Through CFD Simulated EGR Cooler


MR. Ibrahim Hussain Shah , IET DAVV INDORE; Dimpesh Silarpuriya, IET DAVV INDORE; Raghavendra Singh, IET DAVV INDORE; Pawan Detwal, IET DAVV INDORE; Shashwat Vyas, CDGI


Exhaust Gas Recirculation Cooler (EGR), Number of Transfer Unit Method (NTU), Computation Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Heat Transfer (HT)


Demand of energy increases day by day and the major part of human life is depended on the energy, is fulfilled by non-renewable sources of energy. Fossil fuel like petrol and diesel are the major energy producer. When the combustion of this takes place than higher amount of energy is generated but we have to compromise with our health and our nature because of the major amount of hazardous gases and other matters produced which have negative impact on life cycle of human being and nature. So the key point is that we should try to overcome that problem with our great technological development and researches. In this paper an effort applied which is related with the diesel engine with Exhaust gas recirculation cooler and controls the particulate matter entitled due to the combustion of diesel fuel and affect of the particulate matter on Human concerns include effects on breathing and the respiratory system, damage to lung tissue, and premature death. Small particles penetrate deeply into sensitive parts of the lungs and can cause or worsen respiratory disease such as emphysema and bronchitis, and aggravate existing heart disease. In this work an experimental analysis is done on the diesel engine test rig attached with Exhaust gas recirculation cooler and some experimental data were collected. On the basis of that experimental Data models of EGR cooler were designed with their different Shell and tube geometry. And simulation is done on ANSYS 15.0.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV4I50573
Published in: Volume : 4, Issue : 5
Publication Date: 01/08/2016
Page(s): 964-967

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