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tailpipe

a pipe from which the exhaust gases from an internal-combustion engine are discharged, esp the terminal pipe of the exhaust system of a motor vehicle

tailpipe

tailpipe
Single exit tailpipe.
That portion of the exhaust system of an aircraft engine through which the gases leave the aircraft.
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It can be observed that the cumulative tailpipe N[O.sub.x] value of the IEM model and the actual value diverges throughout the cycle.
As you reduce tailpipe emissions, the proportion that they contribute to the overall environmental impact of the vehicle actually shrinks--and so the emissions you produce when you manufacture the vehicle become significantly more important.
"On a global level, in addition to developing the CO2 offset programme, we are also working hard to improve the emissions of our vehicle and we are targeting an overall tailpipe CO2 reduction across the vehicle fleet of 25 per cent by 2014, against our 2007 emissions levels," he said.
The new rules essentially duplicate the tailpipe standards that Oregon, California and the other states had been trying to get federal permission to enforce since the mid-2000s.
For example, the 2006 Hydro Quebec study Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Transportation Options found that transport tailpipe emissions account for 31 percent of total Canadian GHG emissions but more than 50 percent of lifecycle emissions.
Offering zero emissions from its tailpipe, it is the first crash-tested all-electric four-seat vehicle from a mainstream carmaker that will be available in the UK.
Is that the oil burning off of the tailpipe because of the lack of airflow?
Zircotec's plasma-sprayed Diamond Black coating is applied to the exhaust and inhibits heat transfer from the tailpipe protecting heat sensitive components from damage.
The fuels actually burn cleaner than normal gasoline, keeping the injection system of the car cleaner and causing lower tailpipe emissions, Rawls said.
By directly measuring tailpipe ammonia, the sensor allows the injection of urea to be optimized and ammonia emissions reduced.
With new technologies Honda said it hopes to achieve further improvement of fuel efficiency and cleaner tailpipe emissions.
A repair station mechanic states, "This aircraft came to our shop with smoke and oil coming out of the tailpipe. Four hours prior an annual inspection was completed and at that time the starter adapter was replaced with the wrong part.