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KLE Technological University

EducationHubli, India
About: KLE Technological University is a education organization based out in Hubli, India. It is known for research contribution in the topics: Deep learning & Combustion. The organization has 775 authors who have published 633 publications receiving 1887 citations.

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TL;DR: In this article, ZnO NPs were synthesized from Synadium grantii leaf extricate with varying Cu-dopant concentrations, and the photocatalytic studies of the prepared samples were studied using Methylene blue (MB), Indigo Carmine (IC), and Rhodamine B (RhB) organic pollutants.

175 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, a solvothermal method of growth of three different morphologies of zinc oxide nanoparticles (ZnO NPs): i) flower-like nanorod and nanoflakes, ii) assembled hierarchical structure, and iii) nano granule.

96 citations

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TL;DR: In this paper, a review of the recently developed electrochemical sensors that are focused on the detection of viral nucleic acid, immunoglobulin, antigen, and the entire viral particles is presented.

86 citations

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TL;DR: In this article , a review of the recently developed electrochemical sensors that are focused on the detection of viral nucleic acid, immunoglobulin, antigen, and the entire viral particles is presented.

85 citations

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TL;DR: In this article, a diesel engine is operated in RCCI mode with gaseous fuels viz. CNG as a primary fuel and a blend of diesel and Karanja biodiesel (BD20) as pilot fuel.
Abstract: Heterogeneous combustion in a diesel engine is noisier, uncontrolled and more polluting. This can be achieved with a strategic approach of a reactivity-controlled compression ignition (RCCI) mode engine that operates with low and high reactive fuel combinations. In the present work, a diesel engine is operated in RCCI mode with gaseous fuels viz. CNG as a primary fuel and a blend of diesel and Karanja biodiesel (BD20) as pilot fuel. This research aims to determine the operating limits of CNG fuel for less noisy combustion and clean exhaust. Further, relative air-fuel ratio (λ), cycle to cycle variations, combustion noise and emissions were studied for full load operation. The CRDI engine is optimized for diesel operation with a split injection strategy. The knock limits for CNG as the primary fuel are obtained. The combustion noise increases at a higher energy share by CNG. Also, higher values of HC and CO emissions are observed. This may be due to higher energy share values, flame speed and octane number of CNG fuel. Further, NOx emissions and smoke are decreased. The CNG induction of 10 ms with 90% ES can be noted as a knock limit for 3.5 kW power. The highest BTHE of 24.2% and least BSFC 0.3 kg/kWhr reported by 60%ES of LRF is better than diesel and KBD20 fuel. An optimum 60% energy share of CNG is observed for clean combustion and emissions strategy using the RCCI mode of a modified diesel engine.

84 citations


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No. of papers from the Institution in previous years
YearPapers
202318
202272
2021230
2020162
201980
201876