The emissions are mainly nitrogen, carbon dioxide, NOx, water vapour and unburned hydrocarbons
The exhaust releases about 3 percent carbon monoxide
Engine,Emission Control System,EGR (Exhaust Gas Recirculation Valve),Exhaust system,ECM (Engine Control Module),
carbon dioxide as far as I know.
D. M. Colwill has written: 'Exhaust emission from cars in service' 'The concentration of volatile and particulate lead compounds in the atmosphere'
This will be dependent on the year of manufacture but the idea emission shoild be 1.00
It helps clean up the emissions from the exhaust system before they are released into the atmosphere.
To help clean up the emissions that come out of the exhaust, the result, cleaner air.
to help reduce air pollution
Cars do indeed produce exhaust, but they are not the only source of exhaust which can come form other forms of transport, house boilers and factories.
exhaust fumes of a car
cars over 20 years old
why do cars and trucks have emission control systems. To help keep the air we breath clean now and for future generations.