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Exhaust - Cars
The exhaust system consists of a rear silencer, middle silencer, front exhaust pipe, exhaust manifold, catalytic converter, EGR valve gaskets and exhaust connections. Typically, these parts of the exhaust system are used to guide the exhaust gas created inside the controlled combustion engine to the outside of the car.
The collector is mounted on the internal combustion engine and is designed to collect the exhaust gas from two or more cylinders into one pipe. The structure and design of the exhaust system depends on the cylinder head, exhaust manifold, turbocharger, and engine power.
Another important role in the structure is the catalytic converter, or as we call it, the catalyst for the reduction of air pollution. The exhaust pipe must be carefully designed for the disposal of toxic or noxious gases from users of the machine. The internal combustion engine can quickly fill an enclosed space with carbon monoxide or other toxic gases if they are not properly vented to the outside.
An important thing to know is that the gases ejected from motor vehicles are very hot and the pipes of the exhaust system must be resistant to heat and should not pass near anything that can burn or can be damaged by heat. For the internal combustion engines, it is important to have the exhaust system tuned for optimal performance. Moreover, the exhaust system must meet the standards for pollution in each country.