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exhaust

1. gases ejected from an engine as waste products
2. 
a. the expulsion of expanded gas or steam from an engine
b. (as modifier): exhaust stroke
3. 
a. the parts of an engine through which the exhausted gases or steam pass
b. (as modifier): exhaust valve

exhaust

[ig′zȯst]
(mechanical engineering)
The working substance discharged from an engine cylinder or turbine after performing work on the moving parts of the machine.
The phase of the engine cycle concerned with this discharge.
A duct for the escape of gases, fumes, and odors from an enclosure, sometimes equipped with an arrangement of fans.
(science and technology)
References in classic literature ?
The patience of Captain Bonneville was at length exhausted. He had played the part of a pacificator without success; he now altered his tone, and resolved, if possible, to rouse their war spirit.
This effort exhausted the martial spirit, and satisfied the wounded pride of the Nez Perces, and they relapsed into their usual state of passive indifference.
But the trousseau was nearly exhausted, and the stock of ready money was reduced to a single napoleon, and a little change.
and general manager, Tenneco North American Original Equipment Emissions Control, put it: "You can't just make it loud and call it 'sporty' anymore." Tenneco, he observes, is being asked to help the Japanese OEMs develop exhaust systems for their special-edition light-duty trucks, the first of which launches in 2007.
A child riding inside a diesel school bus could be exposed to four times more diesel exhaust than someone standing or riding beside it, according to the Union of Concerned Scientists.
Petty Officer Pavlovsky reacted quickly, pulling the director by his float coat onto the flight deck and out of the line of the exhaust.
Now a consultant, Sherer draws on his long background in chemical, environmental, and safety engineering to offer ideas and solutions to engineering questions about wafer fabrication exhaust management, which he says can encompass exhaust systems, point-of-use devices, and centralized abatement equipment.
In many metalcasting facilities, a contributor of exhaust is the traveling crane used to move heavy crucibles full of molten metal.
Extensive discussion was given to the components of diesel exhaust and its potential associated environmental and health risks.
As a rule of thumb, exhaust gas should be no greater than 150 degrees higher than the boiler water temperature.
The "Automotive Exhaust Manifold Market by Application and Geography - Global Forecast and Analysis 2019-2023" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Miniaturization of integrated circuits is likely to provide an impetus to the development of automotive exhaust sensors in the near future.