Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer

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Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer Impact Index: 4.87 ISJN: 4529-7658 Imprint: Photon Category: Peer Reviewed Indexed International Journal

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Geometric Structure Coordinated With Targets 

Aliakbar Vasheghani Farahani* 

Kharazmi University of Iran, Iran (Past affiliation) 


Explosion turbine; Explosion turbine cover; Car engine;Air compressor;Water turbines;Power station generate electricity Corresponding Author: Farahani A.V.* 


In this article scheme a type of internal combustion engine explained. The engine can be used in cars and energy plant. Explosion turbine (ET) is used in this combustion engine. Explosion turbine placed inside the cover. The geometry structure of the engine in such a way that efficiency increased. As a result, fuel consumption is reduced. 

Experimental Investigation on a CI Engine Using Biodiesel with Turbocharging 

Paresh P. Pandea, Rasik S. Kuwareb*, Dr. Ajay V. Kolhec 

a Mechanical Department,Kavikulguru Institute of Technology & Science, Ramtek, India 

b Heat Power engineering, Mechanical Department,Kavikulguru Institute of Technology & Science, Ramtek, India 

c Mechanical Department, Kavikulguru Institute of Technology & Science, Ramtek, India 


DI CI engine, Turbocharging, Biofuel, Renewable energy 


DI: Direct Injection, CI : Compression Ignition, BSFC: Brreake Specific Fuel Consumption, HC: Hydrocarbons, CO2: Carbon di Oxide, NOX: Oxides of Nitrogen, kW: Kilo Watts, NO: Nitric Oxide, MF: Mass of Fuel, RPM: Revolutions Per Minute, MM: Millimeters, CC: Cubic Centimeters, BHP: Brake Horse Power 

Photon Ignitor: ISJN45297658D826827022016


Pande P.P., Kuware R.S.*, Kolhe A.V., 2016. Experimental Investigation on a CI Engine Using Biodiesel with Turbocharging. Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer. Photon 113, 130-135 


The increasing industrialization and motorization of the world has led to a constant rise in demand of petroleum-based fuels. Main source of petroleum products are limited reserve. These limited reserves are abundantly present in certain regions of the world. Hence, those countries not having concentrated amount of resources are facing energy exchange crisis, mainly due to the import of crude petroleum. Therefore, it is necessary to look for alternative fuels which can be produced from resources available locally within the country such as alcohol, biodiesel, vegetable oils etc. By taking advantage of this in the present work, a turbocharger was being ran by exhaust of single cylinder DI compression ignition engine which also fuelled with biodiesel and its 20% blend with commercial diesel. The experimental results show that improvement in thermal efficiency, consumption of fuel, BSFC and reduction in CO2, NOx and unburnt HC emission. In the present investigation effect of turbocharging is studied on the performance of a direct injection compression ignition with the use of karanja oil. Performance of the engine has been evaluated in terms of break specific fuel consumption, Brake thermal efficiency and smoke Density.