exhaust valve


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exhaust valve

[ig′zȯst ‚valv]
(mechanical engineering)
The valve on a cylinder in an internal combustion engine which controls the discharge of spent gas.
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In applications where a fast response time on modulating service, is required, the VBP also eliminates the need for an additional poppet or Quick Exhaust Valve to achieve the required closing speeds.
An example of Chatten's patented invention uses a simple co-axial planetary gear mechanism to provide "infinite discrete control of all the valve events" including the exhaust valve opening (EVO), exhaust valve closing (EVC), inlet valve opening (IVO) and inlet valve closing (IVC).
The relationship between the exhaust valve head diameter and the valve stem diameter are shown in Figure 16.
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