Hydro carbon and carbon monoxide reduction from exhaust of vehicles

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In Present Scenario, Wet scrubbing, a relatively new technology, is used on absorption of pollutants such as carbon dioxide (CO2), unburned hydrocarbons (UHC), oxides of nitrogen (NOX) and lead and other particulate emissions from the engines. Fabrication and falls into the category of automobiles. The total cost of the experimental modal price is 6225 INR. In today’s developing world, filtering and cleaning of exhaust gases from automobiles are essential before launching them into the atmosphere. Systems like catalytic converter and scrubber system plays essential role. When the catalytic converter fails to deliver its desired work, Hydrocarbon, Carbon monoxide and NOx directly goes into the atmosphere which is directly impacts on human health and pollutes the environment. To identify the problem, which we have implement to “Advanced Scrubber System”. This works on the principle of simple reaction between exhaust gases and scrubbing liquid. It is filtration process which removes the HC and CO from exhaust gases by passing through three different modules.




Prajapati, R., Patel, J., Soni, R., & Modi, S. (2018). Hydro carbon and carbon monoxide reduction from exhaust of vehicles. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 7(3), 19–24.

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