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Effect of Ethanol addition to Straight Vegetable oil on Performance and Emission Characteristics of Compression Ignition Engine 
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Author(s)
Nandkishore D.Rao , Dr.B. Sudheer Premkumar 
KEYWORDS
— Compression Ignition engine, Vegetable oils, Blend, Performance, Emissions, Esterification
ABSTRACT
Experimental investigations have been carried out to evaluate the effect of addition of ethanol to vegetable oil- ethanol blend on performance and emission of a compression ignition engine. Use of straight vegetable oil (SVO) for diesel engine is limited
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