Data on combustion chamber measurements of a diesel engine fuelled with biodiesel of Jatropha curcas and Fatty Acid Distillates

Published: 17 April 2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/yfp368tf32.1
Contributors:
Marianela Ortíz-Alvarez,
Ramon Piloto-Rodriguez,
Jesús Suárez-Hernández,
Indira Tobío-Pérez,
Eliezer Ahmed Melo Espinosa,
Yosvany Díaz-Domínguez

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Data in this dataset covers in-cylinder pressure and volume, crank angle degrees as time magnitude, first derivate of in-cylinder pressure, admission pressure and injection pressure in a diesel engine fuelled with biodiesel. This data brings additional information such as ignition delay and rate of heat released. As condensed information, some graphs were obtained and are into the database such as in-cylinder vs. CAD, first derivate of in-cylinder pressure vs. CAD and ROHR vs. CAD. The data shows the measurements of the cylinder pressure behavior of biodiesel from two different sources, which are both of interest of bioenergy industry at local scenarios (Jatropha curcas anda Fatty Acid Distillates). Through this data, a more accurate approach to engines performance and combustion can be reach, enhancing combustion efficiency and understanding of differences with standard diesel fuel.

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Biodiesel, Diesel Engine

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