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Synonyms for exhaust fumes

gases ejected from an engine as waste products

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WH depends on not only the temperature of the waste heat gases, but also mass flow rate of exhaust gas of engines.
In the next step, cooled exhaust gas recirculation was employed for a single-cylinder cogeneration engine to evaluate the influence of EGR rates up to 25 % on engine performance and emissions.
In the process of forced regeneration, the soot particles deposited in the DPF filter burn due to an increase in the exhaust gas temperature conducted by the control device of the engine.
All engines produce NOx however the use of Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve will chill and subside off the blazing rate of the engine.
The catalyst removes the gaseous pollutants, and also solids like particulates from the exhaust gas flow.
According to the company, the order includes Alfa Laval PureSOx exhaust gas cleaning systems (closed loop systems) to be installed on new vessels.
The diesel engine EGR system, which consists of an EGR valve, an air intake throttle valve, and an EGR cooler, recirculates a portion of the exhaust gas into the engine to lower the combustion temperature and hence reduce emissions of oxides of nitrogen (NOx).
What about health risks from the heavy slow moving traffic flow through the Cardiff streets with this shambles of the road layout which causes pumping out a very large volume of exhaust gas with vehicles driven in low gear with their engines continually being revved up to pull away from needless traffic lights.
KG, Stuttgart, a systems partner for international automobile industry and Anand Automotive, one of India's manufacturers of automotive components and systems, has recently announced the introduction of Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) technology in India.
The latest version of the firm's ThermoHold for Composites coating has a smooth surface finish to minimise exhaust gas air flow disruption, enabling F1 teams to optimise their "blown" exhaust design features and recover downforce lost with the banning of double diffusers in 2011.
Standard diesel exhaust gas treatment equipment consists of a diesel oxidation converter (DOC)[2], which removes hydrocarbons (HC) and carbon monoxide(CO), and a catalyst-coated diesel particulate filter (DPF)[3], which removes particulate matter.
The striking engine has achieved emission standard of Euro 5, featuring a Diesel Particulate Filters (DPF) as well as a new Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR).
The group will initially focus on soot created by exhaust gas recirculation and next-generation engines, ultralow-viscosity lubricants, and the effects of lubricants on emissions and after-treatment performance in future engines.
Inside the container is a porous ceramic structure through which the exhaust gas flows.