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In a modern day world alternative source of energy are given importance due to gradual depletion of fossil fuels reserves vegetable oils can be used as an alternative to diesel in CI engines. The use of vegetable oils in CI engine results in low CO and HC emissions compared to conventional diesel fuel. The present study covers the various aspects of biodiesels fuel derived from cottonseed oil and neemseed oil. Cottonseed oil and neemseed oil are converted to Cottonseed oil Methyl Esters (CSOME) and Neemseed Oil Methyl Esters (NOME) by transesterification process. Experimental investigations were carried out on single cylinder diesel engine with Bio Diesel blends of Cottonseed oil Methyl Esters and Neemseed Oil Methyl Esters. Various Tests have been carried out to examine properties, combustion, performance and emission characteristics of the engine for different blends of CSOME and NOME. Base data was generated for diesel first and subsequently, it was replaced by the Bio diesel and both the results were compared and discussed
Bio-diesel, Transesterification, cottonseed oil methyl Ester (CSOME), Neem oil methyl ester (NOME), Injection pressure, CSOME 20% (C20), NOME 20% (N20), CSOME10%+NOME10% (C10+N10)., Aerospace Engineering,Applied Electronics,Biochemistry,Biogenetic Engineering,Biomedical Engineering,Fluid Dynamics,Chromatography Techniques.