Research Scholar, Department of Electronic and Communication Engineering, Sri Satya Sai University of Technology and Medical Sciences, Sehore Bhopal-Indore Road, Madhya Pradesh, India
Given the ubiquity of fuel, fuel adulteration has persisted as a problem for quite some energy. Using fuel that has been tampered with may significantly degrade an engine's lifespan, decrease its performance, and increase pollutant levels. Examples include the release of sulphur oxide derivatives when diesel is tainted with kerosene that has too high levels of sulphur. Due of the problem's persistence over decades, sustainable fuel management is crucial. Having access to simple and dependable tests for fuel adulteration is crucial for raising awareness. In this study, a VLSI technique is suggested for the detection and validation of fuel adulteration.