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generator as electricity power load. The percentage of jatropha oil in fuel mixture was 0%, 10%, 30%, 50% and 100%. The testing method was, to each fuel mixture composition and at constant 2000 rpm motor rotation with electricity power load of 0 and 2 kW, the data concerning to the fuel consumption, lubricating oil
temperature and exhaust gas emission was measured. The test result indicated that the higher the percentage of jatropha oil in fuel mixture, the higher the fuel consumption and the CO2 and NOx emission in exhaust gas, but the lower the HC and O2 emission and opacity of exhaust gas.
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