How does nitrogen oxide perform in internal combution engines?
There are several different "Oxides of Nitrogen" commonly formed in a internal combustion engine.
In laymen's language: Nitrogen will not normally bond with oxygen.
Modern engines burn fuel and Air at very very high temperatures and pressures. When Oxygen and Nitrogen are subjected to this the Oxides are formed.
The way they stop this is by Adding a little Exhaust gas to the intake air, this lowers the `Peak Burn Temperatures` just enough to reduce this. The diesel truck `DEF` fluid system does this also
If you need a scientist to explain the chemistry state that you need that type explination
Steam engines and steam pumps performed and still perform any jobs presently performed by internal combustion engines, or electric motors. Except aircraft engines, (they and the necessary boilers are too heavy to fly). Locomotives, pumping, generating electricity, automobiles, industrial machinery...etc..
depends what u mean...there r actual modifications for cars called "cold air intakes" in theory, the colder the air, the better the engine will perform bcoz the air is more dense and so more oxygen molecules in it. this is where nitrous comes in.....the actual nitrogen doesnt burn, but it is an extremely cold gas and simply "sprays" in more oxygen
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Yes, a venus fly trap does perform photosynthesis and it does fix CO2. It consumes insects largely as a source of nitrogen. Most plants get nitrogen from the soil - this is the reason we fertilize our crops and apply "plant food" to houseplants. But venus fly traps live in places where the soils are very poor in nitrogen. The insects give them a supplemental nitrogen source.
Bell Helicopter does not nessicarily clean engines. On the helicopters that the company owns it's mechaincs perform a "compressor wash". High pressure soap and water are run through the engine while it is turning to remove carbon and debris from the compressor blades within the engine and from the combustin chamber. Other Bell Helicopter engines owned by others are sent to facilicites authorized by the engine maker to dismantle and clean and repair the engines.