If it's injected, run a diag test. A basic tune-up should help with more complete combustion. Plugs, wires, rotor and cap along with setting the timing. Also, make sure the air filter is clean. Replace it if there is any question. If you're getting too much fuel it could be ther air filter, if it's just not all burning it could be the ignition.
Catalytic converter. A device that use platinum as a catalyst to reduce unburned hydrocarbon emissions from your vehicles exhaust.
Mounted in exhaust system down stream from engine it reburns unburned gases. Object, cleaner emissions.
The emissions are mainly nitrogen, carbon dioxide, NOx, water vapour and unburned hydrocarbons
It superheats exhaust gases and burns any unburned gases to clean up the emissions escaping from the tailpipe.
EGR (exhaust gas reclaimer), it is designed to reburn unburned exhaust gases. It helps clean up emissions.
Your car's unburned hydrocarbon emissions will rise. In many states this is illegal and you can be severely fined.
A catalytic converter is an automotive emissions device that uses heated metal compounds (notably platinum) to remove unburned fuel from exhaust gases.
You can always use green energy resources. You can check your smoke before emitting it.
This question refers to the emissions control equipment used on modern vehicles. A vehicles catalytic converter may used platinum and palladium substrates to bind with CO and NOx to change them into ideally water, carbon dioxide, nitrogen and oxygen only emissions.
No, unburned weed does not smell like that.
because it is a Light Emitting Diode
An air pump pumps in fresh air into the exhaust system before the catalytic converter to help the cat converter burn unburned fuel = cleaner emissions.
Perhaps you mean EGR valve. It stands for exhaust gas reclaimer. It sends some of the exhaust back through the engine to re-burn unburned fumes for cleaner emissions.
Possibly. If your LPG motor is emitting those kind of fumes it is needing repair. They are noted for low emissions.
2 general ways are to avoid emitting things that will be pollutants and promoting things, like trees, that will help remove pollutants. To avoid emitting pollutants you can optimize processes to have lower emissions of everything including pollutants, remove the pollutants before releasing (like filters and scrubbing towers), process the emissions to change them (like catalytic converters), change to processes that do not emit pollutants.
LED stands for Light-Emitting Diode.
because in the process of emitting alpha rays they become stable or change into other elements by emitting gamma particles.
because your emissions need controlling, pretty basic stuff here
Is it because Mt Etna is still emitting smoke?
Fuels burned for cooking are usually burned in conditions of plentiful air and low temperatures so the production of CO and NOx is low. Burning of biomass can create organic emissions as volatiles are boiled out of the unburned material. Carbon dioxide emissions are lowest with methane and highest with coal, peat and charcoal.
Because fossil fuels are not infinite, they will eventually be used up and we shall have to use alternatives. Also we want to reduce emissions of CO2, so it's best to try to use sustainable non CO2 emitting fuels to a greater extent.
The unburned gasoline accumulated in the crankcase is recirculated by the PCV valve to the intake air and burned again. The unburned gasoline in the exhaust reacts inside the catalytic converter, making carbon dioxide and water.
Using renewable energy sources like solar, wind, hydro, tide and wave power, geothermal and biofuel releases no carbon dioxide emissions.
Things like cars. Look at 'what is the government doing about global warming?' It's me answering To make it more clear, it's the act of throwing something out. Emitting can refer to Science a lot of the time, such as the emission of an alpha particle from a nucleus or the sun emitting heat and light. For global warming, pollution is being emitted in the air.