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exhaust systems ?

exhaust systems ?

exhaust systems ?

Can anyone tell me where I could find in depth information on the workings,design and manufacture of exhaust systems ie manifolds, cat converters and mufflers(silencers)

Thank you

RE: exhaust systems ?

Most of the information you require is in a book called Scientific design of exhaust and intake systems. It's published by Robert Bentley (http://www.rb.com) and it's ISBN number is 0-8376-0309-9. This is the number for the book in the UK. I have no idea what it is elsewhere. Hope this helps.


RE: exhaust systems ?

I have two more books to suggest:
Theory of Engine Manifold Design (ISBN 0-7680-0656-2)
Design Techniques for Engine Manifolds (ISBN 0-7680-0482-9)

The books talk about both intake and exhaust manifolds. (A good place to find them is www.sae.org/BOOKSTORE)

RE: exhaust systems ?

There is another book:
Design and Simulation of Four-Stroke Engines (ISBN 0-7680-0440-3)

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