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Synonyms for exhaust fumes

gases ejected from an engine as waste products

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Dr Klaus Harth, responsible for research on automotive catalytic converters at BASF, remarks: "Catalytic converters are now capable of removing considerably more than 95 per cent of the undesired substances from the exhaust gas flow.
An Automotive News 2015 PACE Award finalist, BorgWarner's new exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) module is the first EGR module designed specifically for gasoline engines.
Among the features enabling this engine to comply with Tier 4 interim exhaust emission standards are an external exhaust gas recirculation system and a diesel particulate filter with active regeneration.
The air intake throttle valve controls the amount of air entering the engine and the EGR valve controls the amount of exhaust gas to be recirculated into the engine.
Nitrogen oxide enters the catalyst in the exhaust gas, and is selectively reduced to nitrogen and water.
Fine substances based on carbon (C) contained in the exhaust gas from diesel engines.
Inside the container is a porous ceramic structure through which the exhaust gas flows.
They've also developed a low-pressure EGR system, which extracts exhaust gases downstream of the particulate filter, then returns them upstream of the turbocharger (as contrasted with the high-pressure EGR, which extracts exhaust gas upstream of the turbocharger and reroutes it to the intake system downstream of the compressor).
The DF300 meets exhaust gas emission criteria of both the American Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Japan Boating Industry Association.
Other companies introduced engines with various forms of exhaust gas recirculation (EGR), a process that returns exhaust gases to the combustion chamber.
Modine Manufacturing Company recently announced that its Joplin, MO facility has produced its millionth exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) cooler.
Sensors within the motor provide feedback to a closed-loop control system to position the valve and ensure precise control of recirculated exhaust gas.
today announced it has developed a next-generation diesel engine that reduces exhaust gas emissions to a level equal to a gasoline engine.
As a result, there is an emergence of new exhaust systems technologies for both diesel engines such as close-coupled diesel particulate filters, NOx traps, and clean exhaust gas regeneration.