intake manifold


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intake manifold

[′in‚tāk ‚man·ə‚fōld]
(mechanical engineering)
A system of pipes which feeds fuel to the various cylinders of a multicylinder internal combustion engine.
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The cylinder heads were lightly touched to port-match them with the intake manifold and minor bowl blending was performed, but it was determined that more extensive work on the heads wouldn't have been economically feasible because the relative gains would have been minor compared to the labor invested in them.
To determine the total air charge pumped into the cylinders, the simulation integrates the mass flow rate from the intake manifold and samples it at the end of each intake stroke event.
They mill, drill, tap, and bore the intake manifold castings automatically presented to them by the Fanuc robots.
When exhaust back pressure is higher than intake manifold pressure, the EGR valve opens and part of the exhaust gas is bled through the EGR cooler back into the intake manifold and combined with intake air.
The Neon is the first North American-built automobile to use a one-piece composite intake manifold, which is being produced for the first time in North America by the metal lost-core molding process at the Siemens Automotive manufacturing facility in Windsor, ON.
BrandZoom: Intake Manifolds offers insight into consumers' brand perceptions and opinions.
At the 2017 Frankfurt motor show the company will celebrate the world premiere of the first intake manifold with a fully integrated intercooler.
The company has commercialized an air intake manifold gasket of Viton, already installed in over 250,000 automotive engines to date.
wanted to produce a new, custom intake manifold for the Stage III Mustang (Fig.
FRANKFURT -- When BMW AG's new 7-Series hit roads in Europe late last year, it was the first vehicle to use a continuously variable intake manifold, thanks to German supplier Kolbenschmidt Pierburg AG.
The Auburn Hills-based automaker said Friday that over time, contact with oil could cause the vacuum's hose to swell and loosen from the intake manifold, resulting in a loss of power brake assist and an increased idle speed.
One case in point is a reinforced nylon multifunctional module involving three components--air intake manifold, cam cover, and design cover--on the Alfa Romeo 156 engine.