exhaust manifold


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exhaust manifold

[ig′zȯst ‚man·ə‚fōld]
(mechanical engineering)
A branched system of pipes to carry waste emissions away from the piston chambers of an internal combustion engine.

exhaust manifold

The collector arrangement for exhaust gases of reciprocating engines. The manifold is attached to the individual exhaust ports and carries the exhaust gases overboard through a common discharge. See exhaust collector ring.
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The automotive exhaust manifold market analysis considers sales generated from the adoption of the automotive exhaust manifold in both commercial and passenger vehicles.
The objective of this work is to conduct a comparative study of simulation results of the intake and the exhaust manifolds flow parameters of a six-cylinder direct injection turbocharged compression ignition engine based on steady-state simulation for different mass fuel injected and engine speed.
To predict the heat up of an exhaust manifold is an important simulation capability.
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There was a cut-out valve installed on the exhaust manifold that diverted flow into the pneumatic cylinder to pressurize it and raise the rift.
The cause of the fire was believed to have been a leak of hydraulic oil onto a hot exhaust manifold.
You can open the bonnet and inspect the exhaust manifold for a crack ( where the exhaust pipe comes up from under the car and splits off into several parts to go into the engine.
The test head is equipped with an inflatable rubber bladder to seal to the manhole and is equipped with a pressure gauge and relief valve for inflating the bladder, a 0-30" Hg liquid-filled vacuum gauge, a double air fill and exhaust manifold with quarter turn ball valves, two bolt-on steel feet, and a bridge assembly with height rod adjustement.
Early assessments by firefighters suggest that the car had a faulty fuel line which had leaked petrol on the engine's exhaust manifold.
The companies noted that AdBlue, the reductant used in the SCR catalytic converter, is a standardized urea solution that is injected directly into the exhaust manifold before the SCR catalytic system.
When Mack found that a mechanical crimp nut wasn't meeting its installation and service requirements in mounting a turbocharger to the exhaust manifold in a heavy truck model it rigorously tested the Spiralock thread form.