KEBUTUHAN ENERGI LISTRIK SPESIFIK UNTUK REDUKSI EMISI GAS BUANG O2 MOTOR BAKAR (SEPEDA MOTOR) 4 TAK

NOPANDARA, Riva and SUDARGANA, Sudargana (2010) KEBUTUHAN ENERGI LISTRIK SPESIFIK UNTUK REDUKSI EMISI GAS BUANG O2 MOTOR BAKAR (SEPEDA MOTOR) 4 TAK. Undergraduate thesis, Mechanical Engineering Departement of Diponegoro University.

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Abstract

One other resulting of air contamination that is result of motor vehicle combustion. In the combustion has resulted gas content of combustion as CO, NO2, O2, HC, C, H2, CO2, H2O, SOx, NOx And N2. Among the compound there is having the character of to contaminate the environment and gas poisons like CO, HC, NOx, while O2 emission gas content of combustion don’t poisonous even to advantage of environmental and human life. This observation is studying about the need of specific electrical energy production toward O2 emission gas content of combustion resulted of 4 stroke motorcycle on variety of the machine rotation 1000 rpm-6000 rpm. The device of this observation is contents combustion reactor which fixed at exhaust and complemented with electrical ignition system such CDI (Capacitor Discharge Ignition) as addition. Furthermore, the measured ignition electrical energy required in engine exhaust gas emission reductions with voltmeters and multimeters measuring instrument which originated from a source of electrical energy motorcycle pulser, while for measuring levels of exhaust gases produced from motorcycles combustion were measured with an instrument called the gas analyzer. The average results from the observation of electrical energy required for the specific reactor ignition system which amounted to 57 333 voltampere / vol% O2 flue gas. Energy's wife was able to increase the emission of exhaust gas with the flue gas O2 content of an average of 5% vol, due to increased levels of O2 in the exhaust of a combustion process of motorcycle 4 stroke can be profitable. But at the time of rotation 6000 rpm the exhaust O2 content decreased by 1.75% vol

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:T Technology > TJ Mechanical engineering and machinery
Divisions:Faculty of Engineering > Department of Mechanical Engineering
Faculty of Engineering > Department of Mechanical Engineering
ID Code:24753
Deposited By:Mrs yuni nurjanah
Deposited On:17 Dec 2010 10:47
Last Modified:17 Dec 2010 10:47

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