Like us on fB, instagram & twitter: links right down here MY OFFICIAL Website : https://www.mechanicalguru.in/ Hello dosto mera name h Ankit Ras aur le k aaya hu appk lia Mechanical Guru ka ek aur latest episode aur ajj hum baat karenge ; contents : Combustion ~ combustion process Exhaust gas composition for complete & incomplete combustion Theoretical & actual combustion exhaust gas analysis Orsat gas analyser ~ working All in hindi in dtail with examples Mujhe ummed h appko Mechanical Guru ka yeh episode pasand aaya hoga aur pasand aaye toh mere video ko like , share aur subscribe jarrur karren kyuki m appk lia roj aisehi acchi videos le k aata rehta hu. Jai javan , jai kissan Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC8NUVyWPZhRVNtU67c86kEg?sub_confirmation=1 Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/MechanicalGuru Like us on fb : https://www.facebook.com/MECHANICALGURUYOUTUBE/ Like us on instagram : https://www.instagram.com/ankit.mechanicalguru/ Like us on twitter : https://twitter.com/mechanical_guru
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Learn how to interpret vehicle emission systems problems using a 4-gas analyser test from EEC - European Exhaust and Catalyst - the UK's largest supplier of aftermarket catalytic converters. For technical support, visit our blog at www.eec-technical.blogspot.com or call +44(0)23 9224 5300.
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Now with Bergwall's latest Online Course, you will learn what many technicians don't know - the art of exhaust gas analysis! This course begins with a look at each of the five combustion gases along with the various controls used to reduce harmful emissions. From there the program gets 'hands-on,' taking you through a variety of diagnostic tests using the gas analyzer as well as an actual case study of an emissions failure. Topics Include: Combustion Chemistry Emission Controls 5 Gas Diagnostics Air Filter Test Air Injection Test EGR Test Carburetor Adjustment PCV Test Dead Engine Test Power Balance Test Combustion Leakage Test Injector Test Converter Oxygen Test Strategy-Based Diagnostics Preliminary Findings Ignition Timing & Emissions Checking Scan Data Checking Fuel Pressure Causes of High NOx Understanding EGR Control Checking EGR Scan Data Testing the Converter Diagnostic Conclusions For More information visit www.Bergwall.com
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Introduces percent excess air for combustion reactions. Made by faculty at Lafayette College and produced by the University of Colorado Boulder, Department of Chemical & Biological Engineering. Check out our Material & Energy Balances playlists: https://www.youtube.com/user/LearnChemE/playlists?view=50&flow=list&shelf_id=8 Check out our website for screencasts organized by popular textbooks: http://www.learncheme.com/screencasts/mass-energy-balances Check out our website for interactive MEB simulations: http://www.learncheme.com/simulations/mass-energy-balances
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downloads Ansys academic student version from Ansys official website https://www.ansys.com/academic/free-student-products Thank you for the support of my channel. for stp file https://www.youtube.com/redirect?event=comments&redir_token=gPLrzH6AbP3Ycz113_nltMGxVvx8MTUyMjczMTA3M0AxNTIyNjQ0Njcz&q=https%3A%2F%2Fdrive.google.com%2Ffile%2Fd%2F173Opv8Nca6SW2LW95begOHOaNBTRzdMx%2Fview%3Fusp%3Dsharing my email id: [email protected]
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Can you remember the last time you used a 5-gas analyzer for anything other than performing a mandated tailpipe emissions test? If it's been a while, you may want to blow the dust off the machine and put it to daily use after watching the June 2014 edition of "The Trainer!" 5-gas analyzers measure the component gasses found in the vehicle's exhaust stream, specifically; hydrocarbons (HC), carbon monoxide (CO), carbon dioxide (C02), oxygen (O2), and nitrides of oxygen (NOx). In the few areas that may still be requiring tailpipe emissions checks, it's the HC, CO, and NOx that is of concern. The level of these gasses, though, can also be a great diagnostic tool when tracking down drivability issues. For example, HC (think raw fuel) values that are high can point to a lack of complete combustion. CO levels are generally an indication of combustion efficiency and the air/fuel ratio with high values typically indicating a rich condition. O2 is also an indicator of the air/fuel ratio being fed into the engine, with high levels generally indicating a lean problem. Understanding the relationship between the different gasses that make up the exhaust stream can provide you with a great way of narrowing down that stubborn drivability complaint. And its use is not limited to the tailpipe. Ever thought about using your 5-gas machine to check for an evaporative emissions leak? That's HC leaking out, right? What about testing for a leaking injector? If raw fuel is leaking into the intake, the 5-gas analyzer will quickly confirm that for you with just a whiff or two. And what about cylinder head gasket leaks? This is more of a problem than you may know, but testing for the presence of hydrocarbons at the radiator can quickly help you nail down a leaker! For more information on the ANSED 5 Gas Analyzer, visit: http://www.anseddiagnostics.com/landing/webinar-6-2014.html Join us April 24-26 for Automechanika Chicago! http://www.AutomechanikaChicago.com Click this link to subscribe to the print or digital edition of Motor Age! http://bit.ly/MA_YT_freesub Pete Meier's uniform shirts supplied by RedKap. For info on RedKap uniform apparel for the automotive industry, visit: http://www.redkapautomotive.com Due to factors beyond the control of Motor Age, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information. Motor Age magazine (Advanstar Automotive Group) assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Motor Age recommends safe practices when working with power tools, automotive lifts, lifting tools, jack stands, electrical equipment, blunt instruments, chemicals, lubricants, or any other tools or equipment seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of Motor Age, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not Motor Age magazine or its corporate parent, Advanstar.
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How to use a flue gas analyzer on #ToolboxTuesday. Mark Parliament of Lennox Learning Solutions teaches how to use the flue gas analyzer and explains the the functions of a flue gas analyzer. Toolbox Tuesday covers how to use tools, accessories, tips, hacks and best practices of the HVAC industry. Learn about HVAC, duct, coil, flame sensor, sequence of operations, electrical, condensate lines, ohms law, air distribution tools and more. Learn more about how to become an HVAC Tech, BuildATech class, HVAC training and HVAC tips and tricks at: https://www.lennoxpros.com/hvac-training Audio licensed through: www.audioblocks.com Video produced through: www.ellevengroup.com
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GoClear, made by Ballance Agri-Nutrients Ltd and distributed by Orica Chemicals, is an additive for use in the Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) process incorporated into modern heavy duty diesel engines. Major engine manufacturers have chosen SCR technology, which uses an exhaust system additive that reduces NOx emissions from diesel engines, breaking the NOx down into harmless components of water vapour and nitrogen gas. SCR technology is becoming the preferred emissions reduction technology for many large truck manufacturers. Reducing exhaust emissions is a key measure for improving our air quality, protecting our environment and ultimately our health. GoClear is proudly made in New Zealand, negating the additional freight component and associated environmental footprint that comes with imported products. For supply inquires phone Orica Chemicals on +64 9 368 2700 www.orica.co.nz
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Using the smell of the exhaust on a vehicle that has a constant misfire can be a good indicator of direction. If the exhaust has a clean smell to it, then there is a good chance the misfire condition is being caused by an injector that is not opening. However there are variables to this test. Some systems will shut down a fuel injector in the presence of an ignition or compression misfire which will lead to a clean smelling exhaust. Use this test as a guide only and not a foolproof test. Here is a video that EricTheCarGuy and I did where I chose to start our troubleshooting process by monitoring tailpipe emissions. - ETCG and ScannerDanner Solve A Misfire (Part 1) https://youtu.be/4yvg6uW8bRE - EricTheCarGuy and ScannerDanner Solve A Misfire (Part 2) https://youtu.be/DylOq484Tws Engine Performance Diagnostics chapter 1 page 13 Topics covered - misfire identification using tailpipe gases - what are Hydrocarbon emissions - no fuel misfire compared to a lean misfire Tools used - 5 gas analyzer Playlist - (Chapter 1) Misfire ID, Compression Tests, Vacuum Leaks, Fuel Trim, Head Gasket, Restricted Exhaust, Low Power, DMM https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL5E3AEC36DB838BB1 Related videos - Chevy 4.8 Oxygen Sensor Test (fixed rich signal P0172, P0175) https://youtu.be/H6lY42u19VM - O2 sensor testing (fixed rich), low power, misfire (Mitsubishi Eclipse) https://youtu.be/ClCuoi3JxEI - Stuck Open Fuel Injector (how to fix) https://youtu.be/jsl531-6q-A For more information on this topic, I have written a “field manual” called Engine Performance Diagnostics which is available at www.scannerdanner.com as an eBook or paper book. Want even more diagnostic training? Whether you are a DIY trying to fix your own car, someone looking to become an auto technician, or a current auto technician that wants to get more into diagnostics, subscribe to ScannerDanner Premium https://www.scannerdanner.com/join-scannerdanner-premium.html There is a 14 day free trial. On ScannerDanner Premium I will bring you right into my classroom at Rosedale Technical College. You will find page for page lectures taken right from my book as well as exclusive classroom type case studies. What is so special about these classroom case studies? I pull live problem vehicles directly into my classroom and we troubleshoot them in real time, using and applying the theory and testing procedures we learn during the classroom lectures. There is no better on-line training of how to troubleshoot automotive electrical and electronics systems anywhere! Disclaimer: Due to factors beyond the control of ScannerDanner LLC, it cannot guarantee against unauthorized modifications of this information, or improper use of this information. ScannerDanner LLC assumes no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. ScannerDanner LLC recommends safe practices when working with power tools, automotive lifts, lifting tools, jack stands, electrical equipment, blunt instruments, chemicals, lubricants, or any other tools or equipment seen or implied in this video. Due to factors beyond the control of ScannerDanner LLC, no information contained in this video shall create any express or implied warranty or guarantee of any particular result. Any injury, damage or loss that may result from improper use of these tools, equipment, or the information contained in this video is the sole responsibility of the user and not ScannerDanner LLC.
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In this video you will learn the basics of how to use our Bridge Analyzers 2 Gas Exhaust Gas Analyzer which analyzes Carbon Monoxide (CO) and a variety of Hydrocarbons (HC). From an introduction to the various components that come with the analyzer to how to zero it in preparation for an actual test, this video will clarify any basic questions you may have about Bridge Analyzers' 2 Gas EGA Analyzer for CO and HC readings. -- A fully infrared carbon monoxide (CO) and hydrocarbon (HC) 2 gas analyzer that you can hold in your hand. Identical to larger machines, uses 30-year time proven NDIR technology for reliable, accurate gas measurement in a modern small instrument. Instant on using vehicle 12 vdc power – pick up, hook up, and go. The Simplest, Lowest Cost Exhaust Gas Analyzer (EGA) for Motorcycle and Forklift Tuning using CO and HC. Fast – stable readings – updates gas readings 4 times per second for fast tuning response. Hydrocarbon fuel selection feature allows for the selection of Gasoline, Propane, or CNG fueled vehicles. Rugged, simple to use . all digital design provides reliability with ease of use. Zero calibrates on room air in 30 seconds by removing the probe from the tailpipe, letting readings stabilize and pushing Zero button. Water trap built into probe – just empty it at the end of gas testing, and you are ready for additional testing. -- For years, CO and HC measurements have been used for performance tuning. The Bridge 900303 is differentiated by its use of modern infrared sensors and an integrated microprocessor. This full featured two gas (CO & HC) analyzer offers unparalleled convenience of a handheld unit with the reliability and simplicity of a modern digital gas analyzer. The size and power of this instrument makes it the simplest and easiest to use performance tuning gas analyzer. Performance you can count on: This EGA analyzer has been in production for over 15 years, and has proven to be one of the most reliable gas analyzers available. It provides accurate gas measurement in a simple, reliable package . a perfect tool for basic gas analyzer based diagnostics and tuning. This 2-gas exhaust gas analyzer has been specified as an analyzer of choice for major motorcycle and forklift manufacturers . and is listed as a necessary dealer tool for performance tuning. Flexible Operation on any engine: The 900303 is a low flow analyzer with superior gas particulate filtering enabling it to be used on 2 cycle or even diesel engines without concern of analyzer contamination. The low gas sampling rate does not mitigate the analyzer response time. It is still one of the fastest response gas analyzers available. Complete and ready for operation: The 900303 includes all the accessories required for long-term operation – exhaust probe and hose, cigarette lighter power plug and cable, vehicle battery clips, spare filter pack, carrying/storage case and manual are included. The analyzer is complete and ready to go as delivered. The optional rechargeable battery pack comes complete as part of model 900323. The 900323 includes all of the 900303 features and accessories with the addition of battery power.
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Highly efficient exhaust-gas treatment technology from Bosch is ready to help vehicle and engine manufacturers to stay well within even the strictest emission standards of the future. Diesel cars equipped with this technology are already able to meet the Euro 6 emission standard which comes into force in 2015. At the same time, such technology allows engines to be designed that use less fuel and thus generate less CO2. http://www.ttim.co.th
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FPGA used is XC3S500E of Spartan 3E family. It is secure and can do several process at the same time. 3 Sensors named Oxygen, Carbon Monoxide, Nitrogen Dioxide are used interfaced to ADC & FPGA. Output results for O2 in %, CO in g/km, NO2 in ppm. The system results are compared with existing PUC results of 2-wheel vehicle and founded it almost approximate.
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CFD Analysis on exhaust Manifold for a 4 cylinder engine using Ansys Fluent click on the link below to download the exhaust manifold file.igs http://funmechanical.blogspot.com/2017/10/cfd-analysis-on-exhaust-manifold-for-4.html
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A catalytic converter is an emissions control device that converts toxic gases and pollutants in exhaust gas to less toxic pollutants by catalyzing a redox reaction (oxidation or reduction). Catalytic converters are used with internal combustion engines fueled by either petrol (gasoline) or diesel—including lean-burn engines as well as kerosene heaters and stoves. In this video, CFD analysis of exhaust flow in catalytic converter is done.
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Watch the step-by-step demo of using ANSYS CFD Technology to accurately predict the performance and reliability of Exhaust Gas Recirculation cooler. For more information, visit the ANSYS EGR Cooler Tech Tip page
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In this course, you will learn basics of Thermochemistry. You will also learn about fuels and their properties, emissions after combustion of different fuels in different conditions, emission control, analysis, treatment and remedies. Target Audience: Mechanical Engineering Students, GATE, IES, PSUs, also for Mechanical Engineering Students Combustion of Hydrocarbons (in Hindi) In this lesson you will know why hydrogen burn completely and carbon burn partially when insufficient air is suppied? Also you will learn about, chemical balancing of combustion reaction, stoichiometric combustion reaction, Lean, Rich and Super-Rich Air Fuel Mixture and their chemical equation, composition of air, molecular mass of air. Equivalence Ratio, NOx Emission, Heating Value in Combustion (in Hindi) In this lesson, you will know how classified air-fuel-mixture as rich, stoichiometric or lean by equivalence ratio. Also you will know from this lesson about, NOx Emission, Photochemical Smog, Surface Ozone, Nascent Oxygen, Heat of reaction or combustion, Heating Value in Combustion Hydrocarbon Components (in Hindi) Lower and high calorific value, Paraffins, Olefins, Acetylene, Aromatics, Good Fuels, Octane Number, SI and CI fuels are discussed in this lesson. Alternate Fuel (in Hindi) Alternate Fuels: Alcohol, Hydrogen, Natural Gas, Methane; their advantages and disadvantages; Dual-Fuel CI Engine Emissions and Air-Pollution: Part 1 (in Hindi) This lesson talks about the Emissions and Air Pollution. Emissions and Air-Pollution: Part 2 (in Hindi) Emissions and Air Pollution: Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx), Photochemical Smog, ground level ozone; Particulates: reason and reduction method; SOx (oxides of sulphur), Sulphuric & Sulfurous Acid, Acid Rain. After Treatment of Exhaust (in Hindi) After treatment of exhaust: Orsat Anlaysis, method of reduction of emissions; Thermal Convertors, Two-way Convertor; Catalytic Convertors, 3-way Convertor, Pb (lead) effects; EGR (Exhaust Gas Recycle)
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Hello Everyone, We are sharing our experience of experimenting with a Pre-Combustion Vapor system which allows more energy in fuel to be used to move the automobile with less waste heat. Study thermal efficiency of the internal combustion engine to learn more: Bill Kendricks ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_95v-Ap5esI )(Retired From NASA "National Aeronautics and Space Administration" and a retired Veteran) discovered a way to run any gasoline powered engine without producing air pollution (Verified with exhaust gas analyzer test equipment) including on older model cars and race cars that do not have Catalytic Converters to reduce air pollution (Unburnt Fuel and Carbon Monoxide, a byproduct of incomplete combustion) Billy test the fuel system over a period of 25 years on 7 different automobiles - analyzed the engines exhaust gases with exhaust gas analysis equipment - as well as dyno tested to measure the horse power increase (double engine power measured on Dynamometer Machine) from the reduced waste heat- and increased oxygen availability to the gasoline molecules- maximizing motive force or kinetic energy produced per unit measure of gasoline used to move the automobile. When billy inspect engine internals after long term testing- the engines remain in like new condition similar to running any gasoline powered engine on a CNG (compressed natural gas) conversion in the United States. Research indicates that gasoline powered engines experience less wear and less carbon build up and much lower exhaust emissions when running a fuel in it's vapor state. Study any engine running on LPG or CNG to learn more. The concept: A gasoline vaporization- On Demand- system. Spraying a fine mist of fuel at high pressure (90 PSI To Fuel Injectors Works Well) onto a 700F to 800F (staying below gasoline's autoignition temperature of 950F) and the white vapor produced will run a gasoline powered engine without harm to the engine- with less waste heat ie engine exhaust system remains warm to the touch rather than very hot- and produces zero HC and zero Co from the exhaust system- even on automobiles without the use of Catalytic Converters in the exhaust which clean up (reduce smog production) the exhaust. This is a clean- smog free fuel system concept which introduces the idea that gasoline can burn clean even at cold engine startup temperatures. Research indicates that the automobile emits more smog when the engine is cold, and less so when warmer (but still producing smog when warm) if the catalytic converters are working proper (all catalytic converters go bad over time and thus permit greater levels of air pollution to pass into the air). Some automobiles(as well as some off road vehicles and race vehicles) remove or do not use Catalytic Converters. With this fuel system- the automobile will produce less smog because this system permits more efficient and more complete combustion of gasoline molecules within the engine combustion chambers. The white vapor fuel system is a zero exhaust emissions (See Exhaust Gas Analyzer Testing Equipment) fuel system concept- which billy experienced lower combustion temperatures- and a doubling of horse power- on two different dynamometers. This system produces a gasoline droplet size of 1 micron (study micron droplet size of steam) (Note: Automobile Fuel Injectors Spray Gasoline Droplets The Size Of Approximately 50 To 65 Microns. The Smaller The Droplet Size, The More Oxygen is Permitted To Mix With The Gasoline Molecules- See Stoichiometry). Thoughts: Can a gasoline powered engine be converted to run on a vapor fuel such as natural gas- without damage to the engine. when I talked to many experts in the field of CNG conversions from Gasoline to CNG 100% of the specialist note engine runs cleaner, engine oil stays clean longer, engine internals remain clean, and much less exhaust emissions and less engine wear as well. CNG (Also See The Honda Civic GX CNG Vapor Car) is approximately 85,000 btu's (Per Gallon). Gasoline is approximately 115,000 btu's (Per Gallon) Gasoline vapors thus have more energy density compared to natural gas, thus producing sufficient engine power for automobiles. If carbon monoxide comes from a lack of oxygen molecules mixing with gasoline molecules, then how can one expand the gasoline giving more space for oxygen to make contact with more of the gasoline molecules- thus reducing the poisonous carbon monoxide gas. Billy found that flash vaporizing gasoline at a temperature of over 700 F but less than 950 F (gasoline's autoignition temperature) will produce a white vapor which mixes the gasoline molecule's with needed oxygen molecule's- sufficient (See Stoichiometry) to produce zero carbon monoxide as well as zero hydrocarbons from the exhaust system of any gasoline powered internal combustion engine. It's an interesting concept and billy found a practical application for his accidental discovery :)
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What is FLUE GAS? What does FLUE GAS mean? FLUE GAS meaning, definition & explanation. Flue gas is the gas exiting to the atmosphere via a flue, which is a pipe or channel for conveying exhaust gases from a fireplace, oven, furnace, boiler or steam generator. Quite often, the flue gas refers to the combustion exhaust gas produced at power plants. Its composition depends on what is being burned, but it will usually consist of mostly nitrogen (typically more than two-thirds) derived from the combustion of air, carbon dioxide (CO2), and water vapor as well as excess oxygen (also derived from the combustion air). It further contains a small percentage of a number of pollutants, such as particulate matter (like soot), carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, and sulfur oxides. At power plants, flue gas is often treated with a series of chemical processes and scrubbers, which remove pollutants. Electrostatic precipitators or fabric filters remove particulate matter and flue-gas desulfurization captures the sulfur dioxide produced by burning fossil fuels, particularly coal. Nitrogen oxides are treated either by modifications to the combustion process to prevent their formation, or by high temperature or catalytic reaction with ammonia or urea. In either case, the aim is to produce nitrogen gas, rather than nitrogen oxides. In the United States, there is a rapid deployment of technologies to remove mercury from flue gas—typically by adsorption on sorbents or by capture in inert solids as part of the flue-gas desulfurization product. Such scrubbing can lead to meaningful recovery of sulfur for further industrial use. Technologies based on regenerative capture by amines for the removal of CO2 from flue gas have been deployed to provide high purity CO2 gas to the food industry and for enhanced oil recovery. They are now under active research as a method for CO2 capture for long-term storage as a means of greenhouse gas remediation, and have begun to be implemented in a limited way commercially (e.g. the Sleipner West field in the North Sea, operating since 1996). There are a number of proven technologies for removing pollutants emitted from power plants that are now available. There is also much ongoing research into technologies that will remove even more air pollutants.
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Author Ratan R. Tatikonda1 , Vinayak B. Kulkarni2 1 Department of Electronics, MIT Academy of Engineering,Alandi(D),Pune, University of Pune, India. [email protected] 2Senior Assistant Professor, Department of Electronics & Telecommunication, MIT Academy of Engineering,Alandi(D),Pune, University of Pune, India. [email protected] ABSTRACT This paper presents the exhaust gas emissions analysis of automotive vehicles which is a quick and accurate way to determine the running conditions of an engine. The main aim of the paper is intended to read the data from Sensors such as Oxygen & Carbon monoxide (CO) interfaced to FPGA board to get emissions gas information and to carry out its analysis. The Xilinx ISE timing simulation along with MATLAB waveform results are presented. The final observed concentration for CO gas detection is found to be 287 ppm. The basic principles regarding why and how exhaust analysis carried out is briefly discussed for better understanding along with different methods of gas analysis. This is a very effective reason for designing such a safety system Aspire Research Foundation The International Conference on Data Engineering and Communication Technology-ICDECT will be held during March 10 -11, 2016 at LAVASA, Pune. ICDECT, is to bring together innovative academics and industrial experts in the field of Computer Science and Electronics Engineering to a common forum. ICDECT will provide an Excellent international forum for sharing knowledge and results in Computer Science and Electronics Engineering. The aim of the Conference is to provide a platform to the researchers and practitioners from both academia as well as industry to meet the share cutting-edge development in the field. The primary goal of the conference is to promote research and developmental activities in Computer Science and Electronics Engineering. Another goal is to promote scientific information interchange between researchers, developers, engineers, students, and practitioners working in and around the world. The conference will be held every year to make it an ideal platform for people to share views and experiences in Computer Science and Electronics Engineering and related areas. All Accepted & Registered Papers will be published in AISC Series of Springer http://www.springer.com/series/11156 ** Indexing: The books of this series are submitted to ISI Proceedings, EI-Compendex, DBLP, SCOPUS, Google Scholar and Springerlink ** Aspire Research Foundation http://aspire-research.org/ ICDECT 2016 http://icdect.com/ Aspire Team http://aspire-research.org/innerhome.jsp?page=our_team.html Advisory Commitee http://aspire-research.org/innerhome.jsp?page=advisory_commitee.html -- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Regards Ganesh Khedkar Director Aspire Research Foundation Email:[email protected] http://aspire-research.org/
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An exhaust manifold is a series of connected pipes that bolt directly onto the engine head. It is an integral part of the exhaust system. Hot exhaust gas from the exhaust ports on the engine’s cylinder head is funneled through the pipes and into a single collector pipe. From there, it is sent to the exhaust pipe. Generally, most of the exhaust manifold is made of iron, stainless steel materials by casting. But the life of these materials is low due some factors. The main factor that affects is the cracking of manifold in both casted manifold and welded manifold. So that we have chosen the high carbon high chromium steel to manufacture the exhaust manifold because of its durability and has melting point more than that of casted iron. Generally, the exhaust manifold is manufactured by casting process but exhaust manifold can also be manufactured by machining process. Here we are going to fabricate the exhaust manifold by machining process because it is suitable for mass production and also to reduce the cost.
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Nauticlean is an exhaust gas purification system which is developed and manufactured by Hug Engineering AG, Switzerland. The animation shows a Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) and Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system for reducing PM and NOx emissions of diesel engines on ships and yacht. http://www.hug-eng.ch
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MEXA-ONE The 1960's. The progress of motorization, helped develop Industry, resulting in advanced social infrastructure. However, the problem of air pollution remained. How is this issue to be resolved ? The answer is MEXA. For over a half a century HORIBA has been targeting this issue. Alongside the automobile,we have continued to grow stronger and develop technology that matches this ever-changing and challenging market. MEXA is so advanced that it can now analyze the exhaust gas of an automobile while driving. That is not, however, the end goal. On to the next dimension. The opening up of a new era. That is the demand of the global automotive industry. The evolution of MEXA considers the demands of the automotive manufacturing world ... High precision analysis ... High-speed response ... Excellent scalability ... The new MEXA has been designed to meet all of these. And now, in the pioneering spirit of the original developments, MEXA has evolved ... This is MEXA-ONE. A culmination of technology, MEXA developed over half a century, and, forecast future needs. A new era is born. The future of MEXA-ONE is extremely high precision analysis, high-speed response,and excellent scalability. To derive superior performance, core components have been manufactured completely in-house. AIA-ONE is one of these core components. Specifically designed filters ensure that the correct infrared wave is transmitted through the sample gas to the detector. The production of AIA-ONE is completely performed in-house. In order to deliver the precise accuracy required, a perfect mirror finish is achieved using advanced techniques. Detection accuracy is determined by the optical filter. For this reason, it is a culmination of know-how, something impossible to make outside of HORIBA. In-house parts and processing, enable a short lead time from prototype to completion, while maintaining high accuracy. The secret of unbeatable high-speed, high-precision analysis. Trained eyes don't miss even the slightest cloudiness or scratches. Skilled workers are our source of stability and reliability. The creation of MEXA-ONE, a true expression of fine craftsmanship. A new, legendary curtain has opened.
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CFD Analysis, using Fluent, of a pulse flow of the exhaust gases in a vehicle catalyst converter.
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The Bridge Analyzer 5 gas analyzer analyzer measures exhaust emissions, specifically, Carbon Monoxide (CO), Carbon Dioxide (CO2), Fuel Dependent Hydro Carbons (HC), Oxygen (O2) and Nitric Oxide (NOx). The analyzer comes in a hard case with all accessories as a complete, ready-to-use gas analyzer. Turn on the power switch, connect the hose and probe, push the Zero button. When the Zero is complete, the analyzer is ready to measure exhaust emissions gas. There are three power input options which will recharge the internal batteries. Accessories include a stainless steel probe assembly, easy storing sample line, and a built-in water trap and particulate filters to protect the internal infrared optics of the analyzer. This valuable tool in the hands of your technicians will pay big dividends in allowing your business to tune and confirm a properly functioning engine. This portable 5 gas analyzer is loaded with features and options. Analyzer features that will make your work easier include: Battery powered and self-contained infrared gas analyzer Small, lightweight, and rugged with easy to read LED display Instant On – fast warm-up and fast gas readings. Fuel selection: Allows HC to be measured and displayed as Hexane for Gasoline, Propane for LPG, and Methane for CNG. Real time Lambda/air fuel ratio display using HC (Fuel dependent values are used), CO, CO2, O2 and NOx gas measurements. Real-time Combustion Efficiency display using HC (Fuel dependent values are used), CO, CO2, O2 and NOx gas measurements. Single Button Zero calibration. Automatic back flushing empties the water trap/separator. Gas calibration automatically adjusts for use of propane. No PEF number calculations are required. Includes complete sampling system. Operator accessible and maintainable filters. PC compatible RS 232 PC interface and supporting software. Serial Printer (Optional) support for hardcopy gas data. Full-featured portable 5 gas analyzer that you can hold in your hand. Measures CO, CO2, O2, HC, NOx. Five Gas Analysis technology of larger machines in a small, modern design – uses time proven industry standard NDIR and chemical sensor technologies for reliable, accurate exhaust emissions gas measurement. Perfect for propane and/or natural gas powered forklifts. Self-powered on its own internal battery pack – 2 ½ hours roaming capability. In production for over 15 years, it has proven itself with hundreds of customers in automotive, forklift, ice resurfacing, performance tuning, motorcycle shop and off road vehicle applications. Fast – data available in 30 seconds – updates 4 times per second. Real time diagnosis of exhaust emissions – Lambda/AFR and Combustion Efficiency. Digital Analyzer with serial (RS232) PC/printer interface built-in.
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