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Alternate Fuel for Internal Combustion Engines

EasyChair Preprint no. 7474

8 pagesDate: February 16, 2022


In this study on alternate fuels of IC engines which used as gasoline and diesel fuels are hydrogen, acetylene, natural gas, ethanol & bio-fuels. Moreover, the cleanest fuel on the planet is hydrogen, having a gas phase of 14% lighter than air. Also, the high ignition limit of hydrogen fuel extends the parts of the design in internal combustion engines. On the other hand, natural gas containing (80-90%) methane which used in both petrol and diesel engines, improves combustion, ignition & performance. A fuel cell produces electricity by combining hydrogen fuel and oxygen from the air via electrodes and ion-conducting electrolytes. The potential to convert chemical energy to electrical energy without delay, giving much better conversion efficiencies than any traditional methods like thermo- mechanical devices. Therefore, extracting much more electricity from the same amount of fuel, they are also pollution-free and have quieter operations due to no mechanical components. Diesel action charges severe pollution containing nitrogen oxide, carbon monoxide, and many other particulate matters. In this section, we will discuss natural gas, gasoline, hydrogen, ethanol, biodiesel & many other energy productive elements related to alternative fuels on various reduction energy consumption & emission that have examined.

Keyphrases: Combustion, Diesel, Energy, Ethanol, fuel, gas, Gasoline, Hydrogen, ignition

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  author = {Ritam Das and Rohit Das and Akshaya Kumar Rout},
  title = {Alternate Fuel for Internal Combustion Engines},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 7474},

  year = {EasyChair, 2022}}
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