exhaust gas

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exhaust gas

[ig′zȯst ‚gas]
(mechanical engineering)
Spent gas leaving an internal combustion engine or gas turbine.
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And the government "did not deny" that, on the Commission's view of the law, the plant did not qualify for the higher emissions limit.
6-litre petrol Hyundai Veloster kicked out six times the emissions limit.
The Environmental Protection Agency increased the maximum mercury emissions limit for cement plants in 2010, based on an analysis of emissions produced by some of the best-controlled cement kilns in the country, said Marc A.
Although Commissioner Dimas has hinted that the emissions limit could be set at 175 gr CO2/kilometre in 2012, the latest draft is said to postpone that move until mid-2013.
Existing area source metalcasters with annual metal melt production of greater than 20,000 tons will have to comply with an emissions limit for melting furnaces of 0.
209 limits below 960 MHz and a 0-dBm equivalent isotropically radiated power (EIRP) peak emissions limit for all UWB devices operating above 960 MHz.
During the three-day period, Bernama said vehicles that exceed the 50 Hatridge Smoke Unit (HSU) emissions limit could be fined up to 2,000 ringgits (about $500), with those that surpass 70 HSU to be banned from the roadways until repairs are made and the vehicle passes a Department of Environment (DOE) emissions test.
By re-designating all of the furnaces and fluxers controlled by this baghouse as a "new source SAPU," compliance can be demonstrated by testing the baghouse stack and using the "SAPU" emission averaging equation to establish the stack emissions limit.
In the future, implementation of the specifications of Directive 2003/17/EC (Euro V) will result in an additional decrease of the permissible emissions limit.
Minister Shannon Phillips today introduced the Oil Sands Emissions Limit Act as the next step in the Climate Leadership Plan.
The Indian government has confirmed its readiness to be party to an international climate agreement but has also reaffirmed its refusal, at this stage, to accept any binding emissions limit.
In its present version, it suggests that negotiations will not be trouble-free between the Commission, more specifically DG Environment, and the different stakeholders on emissions limit values, for example, and with the European Parliament on comitology.

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