Durve, A., Barman, J., and Khan, R., "Experimental Study of Performance and Emission Characteristics of a Compression Ignition Engine Operating on Different Blends of Biodiesel," SAE Technical Paper 2016-01-1720, 2016, doi:10.4271/2016-01-1720.
Direct injection compression ignition engines have proved to be the best option in light duty applications but rapid depleting sources of conventional fossil fuels, their rising prices and ever increasing environmental issues are the major concerns. Alternate fuels, particularly bio fuels are receiving increasing attention during the last few years. Biodiesel has already been commercialized in the transport sector. In the present work, a turbocharged, intercooled, DI diesel engine has been alternatively fuelled with biodiesel and its 20% blend with commercial diesel. The effect of biodiesel addition to diesel on engine performance, combustion, and emissions were studied in a turbocharged, high-pressure common rail diesel engine. Biodiesel/diesel blends with different biodiesel fractions were used and compared with neat biodiesel and diesel at different engine loads and speeds. This paper details complete experimental data of combustion behavior for the performance and emission cycles along complete analysis of the emission component behavior with different blend of bio diesel.