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International Journal of Advanced Engineering, Management and Science

Carbon monoxide Content of Exhaust Emissions from Agricultural Tractor Engines: A Case Study of Ogbomoso, Oyo State, Nigeria

( Vol-4,Issue-8,August 2018 )

Author(s): AdewunmiTaiwo, Tawakalitu BolaOnifade

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Page No: 622-625
ijaems crossref doiDOI: 10.22161/ijaems.4.8.7


Carbon monoxide, Exhaust emissions, diesel engines, air pollution, agricultural tractors.


This study aims at contributing to the information buildup required for advocating the need for urgent reduction of environmental pollution by exhaust emissions from fossil fuel powered Engines in Nigeria. It was, concluded from the results obtained from the study that carbon monoxide content of the exhaust emissions of agricultural tractors are approximately forty nine(49) times higher than the recommended maximum level of 0.5 % vol CO (v/v) by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). FIAT 70-666 contributed the largest content of 2.9 % vol of CO (v/v) while MASSEY FERGUSSON MF 375 contributed the least amount of 1.7 % vol of CO(v/v). Only the engine capacity had significant effect on the carbon monoxide content of the exhaust emissions of the agricultural tractors; the model/make selection did not significantly affect the CO content of their exhaust emissions.

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