exhaust pipe


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exhaust pipe

[ig′zȯst ‚pīp]
(mechanical engineering)
The duct through which engine exhaust is discharged.
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Nausea during the ceremony, a stolen wedding veil, a ruined altar, and a bridal car with an exploded exhaust pipe.
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With the Moog H-ST-100 test solution, XinDeBao can conduct flex coupling component durability tests to simulate the relevant movements of two boundaries (engine manifold end and exhaust pipe end) in 6 degrees of freedom (DOF) from a real-time time history domain.
If you're stranded, run the engine as a last resort to stay warm; only run it periodically and make sure the exhaust pipe is not blocked.
There's no need to reposition the exhaust pipe once you arrive at the construction site.
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But two months later, he tracked her down to a hair salon and stood on the exhaust pipe of her car.
1 : a long tube or hollow body for carrying a substance (as water, steam, or gas) <the exhaust pipe of a car> <underground water pipes>
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The FCX Clarity - which emits only water from its exhaust pipe - was presented to three of the first US customers in a line-off ceremony at the world's first dedicated fuel cell vehicle factory.