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Effect on Exhaust Gas Emission of Four Stroke IC Engine by Hydrogen Gas Addition to Gasoline Blend


Mr. Vijay R. Sabhaya , Tapi Diploma Engineering College; Mr. Pritesh P. Kevadiya, Tapi Diploma Engineering College; Mr. Keval V. Italiya, Tapi Diploma Engineering College


Hydrogen Blending, SI Engine Emission, Dual Fuel, Alternative Fuel


Fossil fuels like coal, natural gases and petroleum depleted due to increasing energy demand. Its cost is also increasing day by day. Combustion product of these fossil fuel such as CO, CO2, SOX, NOX, HC and ashes have been causing many environmental problems and danger for the world. To avoid all these problem, it is necessary to replace fossil fuels by clean and renewable energy source. Hydrogen is a renewable, carbon free and light gaseous alternative fuels. It fulfills certain basic criteria such as availability, high specific energy, minimum pollution etc. Its high auto ignition temperature, high diffusivity and low ignition energy helps in enhancing engine performance. In this context, the work investigates dual fuel mode combustion using a four stroke petrol engine, operated using hydrogen and petrol. The effect of hydrogen energy share enhancement on exhaust emissions will be investigate. Various exhaust emission analysis have been done using exhaust gas analyzer. Test rig with short description of various components used in test rig is presented along with the performance parameters graph. During the practical, the engine is operated at part loads and substitution of petrol energy with hydrogen energy is done. We have supplied the HHO gas, produced by HHO kit, at the inlet manifold of the engine.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV7I40870
Published in: Volume : 7, Issue : 4
Publication Date: 01/07/2019
Page(s): 705-708

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