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Comparative Wear Analysis in a DI Diesel Engine Using Diesel and Biodiesel

Publication Date : 31/01/2015



Author(s) :

V.Manieniyan , R.Senthilkumar , S.Sivaprakasam.


Volume/Issue :
Volume 2
,
Issue 1
(01 - 2015)



Abstract :

The functioning of engine parts is much influenced by the presence of wear. It is not an easy task to do an accurate evaluation of wear in oil analysis for engine condition monitoring. Though guidelines are provided by the Original Equipment Manufacturers, lubricant suppliers and oil analysis laboratories for wear metal concentrations, it suites only for interpreting oil analysis data. Other functions like oil consumption, fresh oil additions and particular features such as engine age, type of service, environmental conditions which influence the concentration of wear debris and contaminants in an oil sample are not taken into account. The experiment was carried to measure the wear from the lubricating oil by running the engine for 75 hours with a predetermined engine loading cycle. The lubricating oil of the engine was analyzed for metal addition after every 25 hour interval. After a series of experimental work done with biodiesel blend and diesel, it is found that presences of wear metals are lesser in biodiesel.


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Comparative Wear Analysis in a DI Diesel Engine Using Diesel and Biodiesel

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