Eksploatacija benzinskog motora i emisija ugljičnog monoksida
The concentration of carbon monoxide in motor vehicle engine exhaust emissions is rather important because it has the highest impact upon its toxic aspects. The emission of CO into the atmosphere from motor vehicle exhaust reaches the figure of 65%. The elements of exploitation on one side are the interchangeable systems of operation and on the other the change of the original drive features. The paper deals with the impacts of speed at different levels of transmission, richness of mixture, air temperature, height above sea level and road incline upon the concentration of CO.
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