exhaust gas

(redirected from Diesel exhaust)
Also found in: Acronyms, Wikipedia.

exhaust gas

[ig′zȯst ‚gas]
(mechanical engineering)
Spent gas leaving an internal combustion engine or gas turbine.
References in periodicals archive ?
Idling diesel engines emit pollutants which can cause or aggravate a variety of health problems including asthma and other respiratory diseases, and the fine particles in diesel exhaust are a likely human carcinogen.
A report by the New York Times found that a research group funded by major German car companies commissioned experiments in which one group of monkeys was exposed to diesel exhaust from a Volkswagen, while another group was exposed to fumes from an older Ford pick-up.
Rotella DEF conforms to manufacturing standards and certification requirements for API Certified Diesel Exhaust Fluid, and is available in 2.
FMT Swiss Ag, a company focused on specialty fluid storage and dispensing solutions, has introduced a complete range of diesel exhaust fluid pumps and storage units for the United States and Canadian markets.
RelaDyne, headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, is one a provider of lubricants, fuels, diesel exhaust fluid, and reliability services for industrial, commercial, and automotive businesses in the United States.
Much more diesel exhaust exposed workers should be included to search for cheap and available methods when evaluating airway.
Daimler AG (NYSE: DAI), a Germany-based automaker, is investing EUR3bn to decrease diesel exhaust pollution levels.
Diesel exhaust fluid, or DEF, "is a solution of urea and de-ionized water that, when injected into the exhaust stream (a process known as selective catalytic reduction) eliminates 90 percent of exhaust pollutants by converting them to nitrogen and water," according to the company's website.
Consequently, it would be inappropriate to base public policy regarding exposures to diesel exhaust upon the meta-analysis of Vermeulen et al.
John Deere Diesel Exhaust Fluid is available in variety of sizes, including 2.
The study revealed that a specific group of chemicals found in diesel exhaust, known as NOx, diminished the insects' response to floral scents.
The study mixed eight chemicals found in the odour of oil rapeseed flowers with clean air and with air containing diesel exhaust.

Full browser ?