if you mean blue smoke, the reason why you don't notice any "running" problems with your vehicle is because "oil burning" don't necesarily affects the operation of the engine. that just means that you may have oil getting past you valve seals and is burning inside the cylinders(combustion chamber). it could also be a blown head gasket. there are many causes for the ''hated blue smoke'' but those are the most common. unless you got worn piston rings you're not really going to notice anything wrong other than the smoking,and may be some bad fuel economy. with the worn piston rings you may notice some loss of power.
Car will make when running even if heater core is not burned out.
White smoke in the exhaust means water is being burned in the engine. A small puff of white smoke the first time you start a car in the morning is normal. Water condenses in the intake, and engine and when you firsts start the engine it burns off producing a puff of white smoke. It is nothing to concern yourself with unless the car is constantly blowing white smoke.
It get burned off, idiot!
car exhaust releases carbon dioxide because the gas has burned and it brings out carbon dioxide
It comes out of your exhaust, in the engine it combusts making your car propel forward, the vaporized gasoline exits your exhaust.
Carbon is burned in oxygen.
You may have a problem with the fuel/air mixture. Your engine may be running way too rich. The raw fuel is being dumped into the exhaust manifold and burning there. But I think you may have a burned or leaking exhaust valve or two on one side, or poor combustion due to bad wires, plugs etc.
Petroleum is used for fuel and when it is burned it creates exhaust which releases carbon dioxide which makes up some of the ozone layer. But if not burned completely, it releases other dangerous gases into the air creating pollution.
The number of calories burned running 20 miles depends on the speed and the effort of the runner. This number will vary from person to person.
The name is self-explanatory--it is a valve which controls the release of an exhaust. In an internal combustion engine [autos, gss lawn equipment] for example, the exhaust valve opens after the fuel has burned [combusted] in order for the byproducts of combustion [exhaust gasses] to be expelled into the exhaust manifold and subsequently to the atmosphere.j3h.
if you have blue smoke coming into the exhaust that means your piston rings are bad and are letting oil into your combustion chamber and then causing the oil to be burned with your air fuel mixture and that's why your exhaust is blue from having that burnt oil dumped out of the exhaust valve and out the exhaust
You can burn as many as 300 calories for running 90 minutes. This is if you are running at an average intensity.
One reason your home electric heater is blowing cold air is the heating elements are burned out. A bad thermostat may also be the problem.
he burned his lips on the exhaust pipe
its running around wild after you talk to it in burned tower.
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Valve surfaces start to wear as soon as the engine is first started... what happens is a valves will cause a loss of compression, and when one is "burned" you'll have a "dead" cylinder They almost never ALL go bad at once.. If the engine is blowing smoke out the exhaust in the morning, then the valve seals are going bad, and there are additives to help renew the seals... feel free to write with more on how its running.. dave firstname.lastname@example.org
Impurities in iron could be "burned off" by blowing air through molten iron.
Intake valves are cooled by the gasses passing through them, exhaust valves are heated by the gasses passing through them and can be burned by overheating.
I would say it is the exhaust system.
He burned his lips on the exhaust pipe.
He Burned his lip in the exhaust pipe