EOI: 10.11242/viva-tech.01.04.018

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Mandar.K.Pitale, Yash.N.Rane, Ritwik.S.Tiwari, Khushal.C.Prajapati, "DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF EXHAUST GAS ANALYZER ", VIVA-IJRI Volume 1, Issue 4, Article 18, pp. 1-6, 2021. Published by Computer Engineering Department, VIVA Institute of Technology, Virar, India.


This paper deals with the design of Exhaust Gas Analyzer for measuring the concentration of contents in exhaust gas emissions from vehicles using MQ135 sensor along with Carbon Monoxide CO using MQ7 sensor. Measuring Exhaust gas emissions from vehicles is an essential element for bringing awareness in the people to take care of increase in pollution caused by vehicle emissions and to safeguard the environment. Based on this, Government of India had already implemented certain NORMS to vehicle emissions to reduce the pollution. We are trying to implement the Exhaust gas analyzer using the Bluetooth device to notify the user about their vehicle emissions, we can bring awareness to every individual about the harm from vehicle emissions causing to our environment by the implementation of our system. We have developed the system as user friendly system for convenient use by every individual .The Exhaust gas analyzer will measure the vehicle emissions or exhaust gases ,the output from sensors will be compare with the current or ongoing issued norms, the concentration of gases will be notified to user to aware the user for vehicle maintenance and flaw detection. Also, the cost of system is economically affordable for everyone.


Analyzer, Exhaust Gases, Sensors , Pollution ,Emissions.


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