Which gas is present in the exhaust fumes of a car engine in a much greater amount than any other gas?
Which gas is present in the exhaust fumes of a car engine in a much greater amount than any other gas? The composition of air is 79% nitrogen.
When this enters a car's combustion chamber, it is mostly unreactive, and passes back out with the other fumes.
Carbon monoxide consists of a single carbon atom and a single oxygen atom linked together (CO), and is the product of incomplete combustion of fuel. Most Carbon monoxide is produced when air-to-fuel ratios are too low in the engine during vehicle starting or when the vehicle isnt tuned properly, ...
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The toxic element or the combustion gases forming the integral part of the exhausts are nitrogen, water vapor and Carbon Dioxide.
Yes there are Hybrids and 100% electric vehicles such as the Tesla, Ford Focus Electric, Nissan Leaf, and others.
The top 5 as of 12/2011 are:1. Michigan 1.6 million vehicles2. Ohio 1.1 Million3. Indiana 890,0004. Kentucky 739,0005. Alabama 698,000
speed is directly proportional to the distance traveled by the body whereas, velocity is proportional to the magnitude of displacement.Since distance, in general, is greater than the displacement, Speed in general is greater than the magnitude of velocity.
it depends in the car it can hold from 13 to 25 gallons (around there)
Of course, there are other possible reasons that your car won't start.
run at it's most efficient on latest fossil fuels it's less harmfull than having a cigarette
Depends on if it is naturally aspirated or not. If it is, then it will always be under vacuum. If it has forced induction (turbo, supercharger), then the pressure could be anything.
Maybe, plants don't breathe the way we do, so maybe it wouldn't harm the plant, but you shouldn't try to purposely do that to a plant.
Possibly both depending on the context of the situation.
It's less protected, unpainted, and more exposed.One word, condensation. But the original equipment exhaust systems are lasting longer these days because they are using better metal.
There are an online site called usecars.com, they are the same as carmax however they are online. There are no other companies that offer used cars that are national.
In a 2000 grand am SE what other reason would there be for exhaust fumes to come into the car if the muffler is ok?
I have the same problem in my 2000 grand am! Have had it in the shop three times and they can not find the problem either. Exhaust system is tight, replced manifold gasket, still fumes. seems to be worse when cold is cold, after stopping from a drive, can smell on drivers side under the hood??? H...
3 major gasses (as checked in an emission test) hydrocarbons, Co. & Nox (oxides of nitrogen)In exhaust gas of diesel engines (at correct fuel mixture) there was 13.8% CO2 (carbon dioxide) and 84.5% N2 (nitrogen).
Is a 40 offset of a car rim bigger or smaller than a 38 off set which will sit in more than the other 40 or 38?
Depends if it is a negative or positive offset.Rear spacing (or backspacing) is the distance between the wheel's inboard edge and its mounting pad. It can be measured by using a ruler and a straightedge set across the backside rim of the wheel.If you have a "positive" offset, the mounting pad is ...
What do cars with petrol engines have in their exhaust system to reduce the amount of carbon monoxide unburned hydrocarbons and nitrogen oxides in their exhaust gases?
The catalytic converter reduces carbon monoxide, as well as unburned hydrocarbons.The EGR system introduces exhaust gas to the intake, creating a lower combustion temperature, and in turn less oxides of nitrogen.There are more advanced systems on newer cars, but these are the basics.................
If the average tank of gas takes 20 gallons, and the average fuel efficiency is 18 miles per gallon (official statistics say about 22 mpg, but 5-6 mpg less if you consider buses and trucks and factor in real life traffic jams in major cities), then the average person can drive about 360 miles on ...
A single car produces an uncalculated amount of pies in a year.
The torque would be the same, as torque measures the rotational force between the two objects, not necessarily the output at either end.
There are many relays in most vehicles and I can't think of any thathave a connection with the exhaust.
SUVs have a higher center of gravity, therefore more pron to rollovers.
It's proven that red cars have 3 more accidents than yellow cars every year.I have heard that one ALL my life, yellow being #2.
Water is a by-product of normal combustion, especially when using hydrocarbon fuels. It's the hydrogen from the fuel combining with oxygen in the air that releases the energy in the form of heat that drives your car forward. As you well know, two part hydrogen - one part oxygen equals water. Once...
because a 1 to 1 comp ratio would not generateenough power to keep the engine to idle,the higher your ratio the more of a powerful stroke you will have. more power is good.a i c fuel engine will be between 9;1 to 11;1 race motors on hi octane around 14;1
It's really a matter of how much work you're willing to put into it. If it can fit in the engine compartment, it can be made to work one way or another. However, using anything other than the OEM engine is going to be a LOT of additional work.. you'll probably need to replace the ECM, find either...
There are many advantages of road transport in comparison to other means of transport.The investment required in road transport is very less compared to other modes of transport such as railways and air transport.The cost of construction, operating cost and maintaining roads is cheaper than that ...
Steel, Coolant, refrigerant.
Are there any existing non-motorized modes of transportation other than animals that travel faster than a bicycle?
A good inline skater would be able to keep up with an average bicyclist, but would be overtaken by a good bike rider.
The mixture burns when ignited, giving off large amounts of energy and leaving behind water vapor, carbon dioxide and other gases as waste products.The car's exhaust system vents these gases into the air from the tail pipe and they become part of the atmosphere.
black attracts the sun more than any other coloractually.. black absorbs the sunlight. you can only see colour because it reflects that particular colour back to your eyes & absorbs all other light spectums.i.e. if the car was red, it is not absorbing the red light, there fore you see the car...
When they went to TBI, the firing order changed. Some construction feature of the block changed with the transition from carbureted engines to TBI, as well.The Chevy small block went from a 2 piece rear main seal to a 1 piece rear main seal in 1987.
I am trying to understand your question and interpret it as meaning: How does the reaction time affect the breaking distance of a car at different speeds. The simple answer is that the reaction time "thinking distance" does not change, but the distance a car travels at higher speeds changes durin...
The amount of gas a car holds depends on the size of the car.Smaller cars generally have gas tanks that hold 12 gallons worth of gas, while larger cars can hold 15 or 16 gallons.For the purpose of this story, let's say gas costs $3.85 a gallon.
The mean value is the total amount of petrol currently held in all the cars in the entire world, divided by the total number of cars. Good luck with that calculation.The median value would be almost impossible to calculate. The modal value, however, can probably be approximated. We must firstly a...
ahm well you wouldn't measure it in 'thrust', more like 'power' or 'torque', but the car should be able to accelerate faster, and top speed would probably be higherthat depends though, if the top speed is already limited by the gearing then no, top speed will stay the same
Is the demand greater in some parts of the province country world then others for being an automotive mechanic?
I would have to say the answer is yes but really what province country world are you talking about? Antarctica will have fewer than Amsterdam.i was thinkin more along the lines of Canada. but this is a question in a project im doin for school and i wasnt sure of the answer. so really anywhere in ...
No - a small amount will not damage the engine, though may cause it to run badly. However, a larger amount can cause serious damage, and the tank and engine should be drained.
When One valve tip on a cylinder head is much higher than the others. the most likely cause of this?
When an engine severely overheats a valve or valves can "tulip". This condition can cause the valve to seat lower in the valve seat causing the valve to appear higher than normal. Time for the head to be rebuilt.
The exhaust suffers badly for a number of reasons:There is the option of a stainless steel exhaust, which can last 10 years or more, but these are expensive to manufacture, so are generally not used on lower end vehicles.
Every V8 holds at least 5 quarts when changing the oil filter.
Complete combustion from a car results in CO2 (carbon dioxide) and H2O (water) as the byproducts. However, car engines are not perfect converters of fuel into CO2 and H2O. The engine's incomplete combustion results in CO (carbon monoxide) and the other particulates and impurities in the fuel can ...
No, not really. An engine will run without an exhaust (but you may get arrested).The exhaust simply directs waste gasses and quietens the noise. It plays no part in the running of the engine, but can reduce the performance if it causes on obstruction to the gasses.
If you take the average miles driven each year (2013) which is 13,500 miles and divide that by the average miles per gallon of cars and trucks which is around 20 mpg you get 675 gallons used each year. Divide that by 52 weeks and you get a weekly average of 12.98 gallons.
Not sure what a small amount of water is, a drop? A couple ounces? A pint? Anything more than a couple drops in the crankcase wouldn't be healthy for the engine.
What describes the position of intake and exhaust valves during the most powerful stage in a four-cycle gas engine?
-intake: exhaust closed, intake open-compression: exhaust closed, intake closed-combustion: exhaust closed, intake closed-exhaust: exhaust open, intake closed
As little as 1% gasoline contamination will lower the diesel flash point by 18 degrees C.This means the diesel fuel will prematurely ignite in the diesel engine, which can lead to engine damage.Gasoline contamination can also damage the fuel pump and mess up diesel injectors.
Yes, even a small amount of water will damage any engine. Water is not a lubricant and as such it will cause damage when mixed with the oil. How much depends on how much water and how long you drove the car in this condition. Antifreeze is even worse than plain water.
What is most common reason for 'check engine soon' appearing on 2003 montero sport other than gas filler cap?
usually a problem in the emission control system - have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
An inclined plane makes it easier to move objects to a higher elevation.Because the sloping surface is always greater than the height of the inclined plane, the ideal mechanical advantage of an inclined plane is always greater than 1.
Why is a car is using more oil than usual and when the engine is revved plumes of blue smoke comes out the exhaust?
sounds like the piston rings are worn.
Their racing history/name, they are like Porsche, way over priced for what you get.
Not as long as you put the proper fluid into the proper place such as, motor oil into the engine, gasoline in the fuel tank, antifreeze in the cooling system reservoir, transmission fluid in the transmission, brake fluid in the brake system reservoir, power steering fluid in the power steering re...
No. Never do this. You risk premature ignition (also known as detonation) in the cylinders if it cycles through.Safer to use kerosene. 10% to 50% kerosene added to diesel depending on ambient temperature.
What colour of the exhaust gas emitted from a petrol engine that is running very rich is likely to be?
Black smoke indicates a rich fuel mixture.
There are multiple avenues, besides ebay, available if you wish to sell your car. Local newspapers will often have a classified area in which you can list your car. There are also car specific papers such as Autotrader which people often use to buy and sell, both in print and online.
the straps should be all that holds the suburban tank in. The tank could be stuck to the top of the strap holder and need to be pulled tightly to get it out.
Exhaust emissions.In theory, you should be able to burn a 'hydrocarbon' fuel (petrol, diesel, gas etc) with air in an engine to produce just carbon dioxide (CO2) and water (H2O).The rest of the exhaust would be the nitrogen (N2) that came in with the air.
The Imperial gallon is larger than the US gallon. You will get more miles per Imperial gallon than you will a US gallon.
What other property is required of a car radiator other than ability to transfer heat energy and being light?
Resistance to flexing and vibration and corrosion and electrolysis.
No, but there was a car buried UNDER 6 in. of ice!
The tires are spinning faster and creating more friction, also, You're heading into the air faster, even if the car is aerodynamic it still causes drag.
Only if you paid him/her to hold the car for a designated amount of time did he/she breach an "option contract". Other than that, it was only an invitation to negotiate and he/she had the legal right to sell to someone else, because you did not have a contract for the sale of said car.
not as far as we know today
The momentum of a 5000 kg truck that is standing still is greater than the momentum of a 3000 kg truck that is also at rest?
A body must have velocity in order to have momentum. The difference is that a 5000 kg truck has more mass and therefore more inertia (Newton's first law). Inertia is the resistance to change in motion and so that's where the misconception of momentum and mass occur.
Does the turbocharged version of the GM 3L-L81 V6 engine used in the Saab 9-5 utilize the same intake and exhaust valves as the same engine without a turbocharger used in other GM cars?
i do believe that the valve radii are the same at the point at which they meet the guides. the length from flat face to camshaft however could be drastically different because the block is the only part that is reliably exactly the same. the cam timing and lift would be different because of the d...
It's not hard if you follow the process of elimination. Each cylinder needs fuel, compression and spark. With more info like the year, make, model and engine we could elaborate.
The greater of two consecutive even integers is 20 or more than twice the smaller find the integers?
That is to do with the size of your tank. I can say £30 but your tank might need more.
Meet Sk Mastan Vali, a mechanic at Karkhanagadda in Karimnagar town, who has been operatingthe diesel engine with castor oil instead of regular diesel with simple additional fittings tothe engine to fire the oil to start the engine and run on castor oil. Currently, thistechnology is being applied...
You can push start a car with a standard transmission. Place the car in neutral. Push the car to a brisk speed. Mash down the clutch pedal and place the gear selector in 2nd gear. Pop the clutch, and it should start.
gorilla grip tape ( home depot)
Please ask that more clearly.
No. The owner must sign the certificate of title in order to make the transfer.
The major gas that comes out of cars (internal combustion engines) is carbon dioxide. There are many other gases as well, such as carbon monoxide, nitrous oxides, water vapor, and unburned gasoline.Gas % of the gas in the exhaust fumesCarbon Dioxide 9%Carbon Monoxide 5%Oxygen 4%Hydrogen 2%Hydroca...
The real answer is that there is no standard for automotive oil amount.The amount of oil can vary between makes and models. Generally German cars are known to hold more oil amounts. 5 qts seems to be preferred by many V6 engines. Please refer to your owner's manual.
You can not get any sound other than faded treble through your speakers Where is the amplifier located?
The location of your amplifier is dependent upon the year, make, and model of automobile. Most amplifiers are located in the cargo compartment.
Two cars plus traveled towards each other from a point of 500kmh apart the two cars meet in 4 hours what is the average speed of each car if one travels 15kmh faster than the other?
one car is traveling at 55 kilometers per hour the other is at 70 let x = speed of first car => speed of second car = x+15 knowing that the total milage covered in 4 hours was 500 Km x+(x+15) = 500/4 2x + 15 = 125 2x = 110 x = 55 => car one is 55 Kph => car two is 70 Kph to check wo...
With proper preventative maintainance 500-700,000 miles.
Idle Car 20 Degrees Warmer Than Outside Temperature.While the car is charging overnight in an unheated garage with preconditioning on the inside temperature is about 25 degrees warmer than the outside temperature as noted on the mobile app.During the summer the car fully charges to 231 miles; now...
My car - polo 04 has been flooding a lot recentally. Why is this and does a flooded engine pose any other problems with a car engine?
I am assuming that the vehicle is a petrol injection vehicle and that the vehicle is serviced regularly (new spark plugs etc)? If so then flooding is cause by an excess of fuel in the cylinder that hasn't been burnt prior to turning the engine off.This fuel could be entering the cylinder due to f...
aerodynamics. a car can save A LOT on gas if it has good aerodynamics.
the Bugatti 16.4 Veyron is faster The saleen S7 twin turbo has a 0-60 of 2.8 seconds and has top speed of 227 mph. The veyron has a 0-60 of 2.3 seconds and has a top speed of 253 mph. The fastest production car in the world is the ssc ultimate aero twin turbo. 0-60 is 2.8, but the top speed is 25...
depends on the cc of the combustion chamber
Red is probably the most desirable color and red paint is more expensive than most.
If im not mistaken, during the power stage the intake and exhaust valves are both closed. the intake valve opens pulling air into the cylinder (cycle one) and the exhaust valve opens (cycle 4) to relase the air fuel mix that was ignited.
Which has the greatest amount of kinetic energy a bike a motorcycle a car or a semi-tractor trailer truck?
Assuming that these vehicles are all travelling at the same speed, it would be the one with the greatest mass, the tractor-semi, because kinetic energy is given by mv2, where m is mass and v is velocity.
exhaust is pretty easy to smell.If you smell it, then you likely do, also check the rear end of the car for possible places where the exhaust can get into.a battery powered carbon monoxide detector will also work