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- Liquid nitrogen oxide is very sensitive to detonation even in the absence of fuel, and can be initiated as readily as nitroglycerin.
- In internal combustion engines, exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) is a nitrogen oxide (...) emissions reduction technique used in petrol/gasoline, diesel engines and some hydrogen engines.
- These changes were enacted to drastically cut emissions, notably sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide emissions.
- The levels of nitrogen oxide and respirable particulates generated by exhaust were said to be in violation of Israel's Clean Air Law.
- In December of the same year her engines were upgraded with so-called water-spray technology that greatly reduced nitrogen oxide emissions.
- The pollution in this region is also very high principally due to coal thermal power stations producing nitrogen oxide and sulfur dioxide.
- According to EPA estimates, with the implementation of the new fuel standards for diesel, nitrogen oxide emissions will be reduced by 2.6 million tons each year and soot or particulate matter will be reduced by 110,000 tons a year.
- In addition, it can be used to lower the nitrogen oxide content of the flue gas.
- The 1979 EPA evaluation of the Automotive Cylinder Deactivation System (ACDS), which allowed eight-cylinder engines to be run on four cylinders, found that carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxide emissions were increased beyond the legal limits of the emission standards then in force.
- Silver fulminate also forms when nitrogen oxide gas is passed through a solution of silver nitrate in ethanol.
- However, Chrysler went on to develop a sixth generation gas-turbine engine which finally met US nitrogen oxide regulations, and installed it in a 1966 Dodge Coronet, though it was never introduced to the public.
- International standards to dramatically reduce sulphur content in marine fuels and nitrogen oxide emissions have been put in place.
- Corona discharge on electrical apparatus can be detected by its ultraviolet emissions. Corona causes degradation of electrical insulation and emission of ozone and nitrogen oxide.
- Thus, these models emitted nitrogen oxide at up to nine times the legal limit when the car detected that it was not hooked up to emissions testing equipment.
- Current power plant emissions amounted to 67% of all sulfur dioxide (SO2) emissions (in the United States), 37% of mercury emissions, and 25% of all nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions.
- It used SOFA technology to control nitrogen oxide emissions and FGD to reduce the emission of sulphur.
- Some governments, including those in Europe and North America, have made efforts since the 1970s to reduce the release of sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide into the atmosphere through air pollution regulations.
- The dramatic success to reduce emissions has seen a decrease in diesel particulate matter reduce 72%, sulfur oxides by 93%, and nitrogen oxide by 22% so far.
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