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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The purpose of the flue was to direct products of combustion, such as carbon monoxide from the gas boiler, directly outside.
The open burning of waste causes air pollution with having the products of combustion including hazardous dioxins.
Inspection and checking of flue and chimney to ensure operating correctly, so that products of combustion are being removed safely.
He said he found a piece of "soft, tarry debris" on top of the throat plate "filling a hole" in the appliance, meaning products of combustion could not escape through the chimney of the house via the flue.
The parameters of combustible and products of combustion are related to each other by the conservation laws of mass, momentum and energy
When added to the fuel, EFR reduces emissions of hydrocarbons, nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, particulate matter and other harmful products of combustion.
Now we are contemplating the addition of further constraints--for example "no persistent effect on the local environment" or "no toxic products of combustion.
Six models are available in the TX series, each featuring an externally mounted burner firing through a tank wall into a multipass, submerged tubular heat exchanger, the products of combustion being extracted by an exhaust fan.
Munters has introduced the VariMax IFRG, an ultra-high-efficiency, industrial, indirect-fired gas heater used to heat process air streams without contaminating the air with the products of combustion, according to the company.
It applies only to "combustion plants designed for production of energy with the exception of those which make direct use of the products of combustion in manufacturing processes," as stated in its Article 2(7).
The challenges associated with the use of converters on 2SLB engines include catalyst fouling from the products of combustion of the force-fed cylinder oil, relatively low exhaust temperatures and occasional rapid pressure fluctuations in the exhaust system.

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