Bio-Gas Range Indicator in a Vehicle Fuel Tank

Authors : D. Raghunath Sai; B. Manoj Kumar; B. Chanti Naik; K.V. Subba Rao

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 11 - November

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Today's vehicles include an analog or digital meter that displays the level of fuel in the vehicle using an analog meter or digitally in the form of points or levels. It can be challenging to determine the exact amount of fuel in the tank. When the fuel level hits the reserve point, the meter's point begins to flicker. It is challenging to estimate how far the fuel can take the vehicle. Making a biogas level indicator that displays the amount of biogas in the fuel tank is the goal of this project. Along with the level, it also shows how many kilometers (km) of biogas are still in the tank. Every bike's mileage varies depending on the engine and the rate of combustion. We must figure out the bike's mileage and use it as a benchmark in order to display the biogas tank's range (in kilometers). Now we will utilize the sensors (gas pressure sensor for gases) to check the fuel tank level. We picked biogas as the fuel for the project because it is a renewable energy source. Petroleum is a fossil fuel that could eventually run out. Lithium-powered batteries are used in electric vehicles. A natural resource called lithium can eventually run out. However, biogas is produced from organic waste, which will always exist. We employ liquefied biogas (LBG) as a fuel because it is more than 600 times space efficient than biogas at atmospheric pressure, or around 3 times more space efficient than Bio-CNG.

Keywords : Bio-Gas, Sensor, Microcontroller, LBG, Range, Kilometers, Pressure, Renewable Energy.


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