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exhaust

(Deplete), verb absumere, conficere, consume completely, consumere, debilitate, deflate, deprive of strength, devitalize, dissipate, drain, draw, draw out, empty, enervate, enfeeble, expend, fatigue, overtire, reach the end of, run through, sap, spend, strain, tax, tire, use, use up, waste, weaken, wear out, weary
Associated concepts: exhaust all available assets

exhaust

(Try all possibilities), verb carry to compleeion, complete, exhaurire, finish, follow through, litigate completely, treat thoroughly, use up available remedies
Associated concepts: exhaustion of administrative remedies, exhaustion of remedies, exhaustion of state remedies
See also: complete, conclude, consume, debilitate, deplete, disable, dissipate, emit, expend, outlet, outpour, overdraw, spend
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Due to an elevated exhaust temperature, the exhaust airflow remained at or near the design airflow level for the entirety of the test due to the temperature difference threshold of the operating curve being exceeded.
The calculated exhaust and non-exhaust emissions were distributed in a domain of 50 x50 km with grid cell of 1km x 1km using geographical information system (GIS) for the spatial distribution of these emissions.
The intake and exhaust system of the first cylinder were isolated from the other three cylinders which operated at a fixed low load condition to motor and balance the research cylinder during engine tests.
Figure 2 shows CO concentration assuming multiple ducted exhaust inlets per the CMC, while Figure 3 shows an unducted design with a single exhaust inlet on the side opposite the entry.
According to shops and owners we spoke with, a new exhaust system may or may not make it to the engine's TBO.
The report covers the automotive exhaust systems market globally from 2015 to 2020 in terms of volume and value, segmented by region (Asia-Oceania, North America, Europe, and ROW), by vehicle type (passenger cars, light commercial vehicles, and heavy commercial vehicles), by fuel type (gasoline and diesel), by component (exhaust manifold, engine downpipe, catalytic converter, muffler, resonator, and tail pipe), and after-treatment devices used (DPF, DOC, LNT, TWC, SCR, and GPF).
Mercedes reportedly tried out the new design at a test at the Circuit de Catalunya near Barcelona during which Rosberg did a handful of laps with the exhaust extension in the first hour of running before switching to a conventional exhaust.
Male C57B1/6 mice exposed to full-load exhaust had significantly more lung inflammation, as indicated through heme oxygenase-1 expression, compared with mice exposed to partial-load exhaust.
Each exhaust is in titanium and manufactured using state-of-the-art technology, with laser-engraved branding.
The low-pressure tail end of an exhaust pulse will most definitely attract the high-pressure bow of the following pulse, effectively sucking it along.
After installing a new #2 cylinder and new exhaust crossover pipe, tightening the exhaust flange nuts does not stop exhaust leakage on all studs; on some, the nut bottoms out on the threads.
North Eastern Tyre and Exhausts has invested more than pounds 20,000 in a special exhaust-bending machine at its Brotton outlet which allows them to produce any style of exhaust for any style of car.