exhaust gases


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exhaust gases

npl gases mpl de escape
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Contract notice: Fuels used by vessels in the sulfur content of control by measuring the finnish waters of the exhaust gases of the vessels.
BorgWarner's gasoline EGR technologies help automakers reduce fuel consumption by recirculating and cooling exhaust gases to reduce combustion temperatures in the engine.
The new 3 MW electrical output ORC unit exploits a portion of the saturated steam produced and recovers heat from the exhaust gases downstream an EAF at ESF (Elbe-Stahlwerke Feralpi GmbH), one of the Europe's most qualified iron and steel manufacturers, located in Riesa, Germany.
In the future, the Turbo Hydraulic System is to make an effective reduction in the fuel consumption of large-scale engines by recovering the energy from the exhaust gases.
said Monday it will build a new plant to produce ceramics for purifying exhaust gases from large trucks in southern Poland to meet increasing demand for them following tighter exhaust gas controls in Europe.
The system includes a range of equipment to remove harmful substances such as sulfur and nitrogen oxide from exhaust gases.
According to recent road research dealing with the health risks from vehicle exhaust gases the short term (or acute) health effects are: Irritation of the eyes, nose and throat, vomiting, light headedness, drowsiness, tightness of the chest, tingling in the extremities, wheezing.
Catalytic converters for CI engines need larger flow passages because of the solid soot in the exhaust gases.
They've also developed a low-pressure EGR system, which extracts exhaust gases downstream of the particulate filter, then returns them upstream of the turbocharger (as contrasted with the high-pressure EGR, which extracts exhaust gas upstream of the turbocharger and reroutes it to the intake system downstream of the compressor).
The exhaust gases are therefore (for good combustion) 15.
Other companies introduced engines with various forms of exhaust gas recirculation (EGR), a process that returns exhaust gases to the combustion chamber.