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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This expands the window for aftertreatment of exhaust gases: even at exhaust gas temperatures close to the engine of +500-degreeC, the system is still able to achieve very high conversion rates.
Globally, the market is predicted to generate massive revenue over next seven years, providing numerous opportunities for market players to invest for research and development in the exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) valve market.
EGR valves are found in both gasoline and diesel powered engines and it is not difficult to locate on most engines, just follow the line from the engine to the valve, but in some engines, it is located inside a heat-resistant exhaust gas line which connects the exhaust manifold to the intake area.
The new and reliable SOx abatement system was developed by combining MHPS' comprehensive exhaust gas treatment technologies cultivated through providing desulfurization systems for thermal power plants with Mitsubishi Shipbuilding's marine engineering expertise which has been developed through its long shipbuilding experience.
To examine possible levers on the exhaust gas heat flow and to gain knowledge about the influence of engine operating parameters on the behavior of a WHR-system, the main engine operating parameters were varied on a gasoline engine that was put on a test bench and equipped with a WHR-system.
The characteristic values obtained were used to design a burner air preheating from the exhaust gas stream of the smelting system.
The vehicle went on sale in Germany in May this year in both saloon and estate body versions following the re-engineering of the previous model's exhaust gas after-treatment system.
Many researchers have recognized that WH utilizing and recovery from engine exhaust gas was considered as the potential in order to decrease fuel consumption without increasing emissions.
was not included in the OBD program, and engine control unit (ECU) had no information on the condition of the exhaust gas. In order to reduce the content of nitrogen oxides (Nox), a system for exhaust gas recirculation into the intake manifold Diesel Engine EGR was investigated and successfully implemented, which lowers the temperature of combustion in the cylinder, and thus the creation of nitrogen oxides (NOx) [5, 6].
An exhaust gas test is consistently finished with a test put into the exhaust stream.
Unlike typical small core gas reactor benches, which use bottled gas to simulate exhaust conditions, the HGTR produces a continuous exhaust flow through combustion of fuels and compounds, producing an exhaust gas composition that more precisely duplicates the array of gaseous species created by the combustion of diesel fuel in an engine.
They clean the exhaust gas flow before it leaves the exhaust system.