Exhaust port

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(Steam Engine) the opening, in the cylinder or valve, by which the exhaust steam escapes.

See also: Exhaust

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The Nitro 5 features dual fans, plus Acer CoolBoost technology and a dual exhaust port designed to keep it cool during extended gaming sessions.
After removing the forward muffler (p/n 66894-00) from the #1 and #2 cylinders, visual inspection revealed the muffler baffling had separated, blocking the exhaust port. A similar condition was found in the aft muffler (p/n 66894-02).
The vehicle features off-road tyres, body kit, new exhaust and a roof rack, a black-yellow theme that matches with the exterior, a revised grille along with four rally-style yellow LED lights, a revised exhaust port and rear with a roof rack along with two spare wheels that are placed in the area inside the rear window and interiors with a black-yellow theme, which blends with its yellow, black and white exterior livery.
To help airflow in varying climes, there's a top vent, chin vent, exhaust port and a breath deflector.
The concept involves reducing pressure at each cylinder's exhaust port just before it closes to maximize scavenging efficiency and allow the largest slug of a cool fuel/air mixture to then enter and be combusted.
(2-3) Expansion of steam until the exhaust port is open.
A new approach is presented to modelling wall heat transfer in the exhaust port and manifold within 1D gas exchange simulation to ensure a precise calculation of thermal exhaust enthalpy.
dust exhaust port provides safe dust control during operation; and fork truck and overhead hoist loading capabilities.
- The ECO-SHOCK ES4A can be used for a dry vacuum pump which does not affect performance when making exhaust port under vacuum.
But what they were aiming for - with more focus than Luke Skywalker firing a proton torpedo into a thermal exhaust port - were the brand new toys from Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
A canister of pesticide (including DDT, chlordane and lindane) was attached to the mower and the contents were fed into the exhaust port. Exposed to heat, the solution became a fog, which was expelled through the exhaust system as a dense cloud.