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Review on Exhaust Heat Recovery Systems in Diesel Engine
( Vol-4,Issue-11,November 2017 )
Author(s):

Mohamed Shedid, Moses Sashi Kumar

Keywords:

Exhaust heat recovery system, diesel engine.

Abstract:

Exhaust heat recovery system converts the thermal losses in the exhaust zone in engines into energy for work. This technology also reduces exhaust emission from engines. This review paper extends the classification of various methodologies on EHR in diesel engine. In spite of their indigenous benefit for various technologies, it has some limitation over applications to different context. From the current researches the variation in usage of exhaust heat from the diesel engine is evaluated and compared to find which methodology is suitable to attain high efficiency in thermal recovery for power generation. Finally a novel method of an EHR system is proposed to increase high percentage of heat recovery from the exhaust gas in diesel engines.

ijaers doi crossref DOI:

10.22161/ijaers.4.11.14

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