IIT Delhi, IOS, Ashok Layland develop environmentally friendly fuel in vehicles

IIT Delhi, India Oil Corporation, and Ashok Layland have developed flexible fuel engine technology in diesel-powered vehicles.

IT Delhi Flexible Fuel Vehicle Technology (Source: Official Press Release)

New Delhi mourn Researchers from the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), the Department of Energy Science and Engineering (DESE), the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC R&D) and Ashok Lilland Limited, have developed the technology, which will enable it to build a diesel-powered automotive vehicle. Flexible fuel mode, ie, either 100% diesel or Dimethyl Ether (DME) plus Diesel mode. Funding for the project was provided by the Department of Science and Technology (DST).

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Using this technology, the pilots converted a diesel-powered automotive vehicle into a Flex fuel tank. This flexible fuel technology DOST vehicle was unveiled by the authorities on April 8, 2022 at IIT Delhi.

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Although the Flex Fuel engine technology used for DEME was developed by IIT Deli, IOC R&D conducted endurance and field tests and developed its own engine oil with the technical support of Ashok Layland.

Major technology innovations developed by IIT Delhi, IOS R&D and Ashok Lieland

  • Flex Fuel Vehicle Technology
  • Diesel trucks transition from conventional diesel to DME as an alternative fuel (first phase as a Flex fuel vehicle, second as a 100% DME / alternative fuel vehicle).
  • Low or negligible smoke, soot, PM emissions
  • Low noise for smooth engine or vehicle operation
  • Improvement on temporary motor performance
  • Improving energy safety
  • A sustainable environment due to significant reductions in greenhouse gas emissions

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Speaking on Flex-Fuel Automotive Technology, Professor K. Submanman, Head of the Department of Energy Science and Engineering, said: The CRDI system monitors both diesel and DME fuel injection. The engine or vehicle works with the best DME power without knocking.

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