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Last Updated: 02 October 2022

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Experimental Investigation on SI Engine Emissions via EGR and Catalytic Converter with Air Injection Mechanism

Exhaust emissions created by spark ignition engines result in air pollution, human health risks, and ecological imbalance. The provision of the catalytic converter as a catalyst and then as a result of the air injection system of 60 l/m into the catalytic converter is carried out and evaluated for maximum emission reduction, is secondly. From the results, it was discovered that up to a 5% improvement in brake specific fuel efficiency, an increase of 21% in carbon monoxide, 29 percent in unburnt hydrocarbon, and 29 percent in NOx emissions were all reduced. The catalytic converter alone reduced CO and UHC by 40%, and by the use of air injection it was 60%. At a 7% EGR rate combined with the catalytic converter and air injection device, the CO& UHC emissions dropped by 54% and 52% respectively at 54% and 52% respectively at 7%.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.24191/jmeche.v16i1.6032

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